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    Doing it wrong until I do it right. xvart's Avatar
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    lol. DM, I was looking at your picture and I thought, "wow, that D. adelae in the back looks awfully like the one in the front." After analyzing the flower stalk I finally realized it was simply the reflection!

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    wow DM, do you have a top on that tank? does it cover the whole top? i would love to get mine looking like that even if it means becoming a shelf plant with artificial light.

    ~b

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    Mine are in a west window and get a little late afternoon sun. As you can see they are blooming now.

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    yeas I use a lid on my tank,my D. adelae are in a sealed ten gallon under a flourescent fixture.
    I don't know why but there are more experienced cp growers who have trouble witht his plant but I find it very easy to grow.
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    Wow Tommy!

    Those are great! Nice dewy and green, and flowering!

    My adalae are always reddish/rust colored (too much light) and mine have never flowered.

    I'm taking them from my growrack and moving them into a windowsill; see if that perks 'em up a little.
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    Looking real good.

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    looks great tommy!

    one question,
    is the rippling effect on the leaves a symptom of something wrong?(ph?). i see alot of pictures where the leaves look perfect but mine kind of shows the rippling as yours does...

    thanks,
    ~b

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    nice plants dudes

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