Hey all, I've got a D. adelae which has grown fine all summer on my windowsill. However, with temps and light levels dropping for fall I've noticed that the plant has begun producing extremely tiny leaves and isn't growing vigorously at all. I keep it a yogurt cup with a clear container, so it gets 100% humidity and I eliminate all fungus problems immediately. The thing that troubles me is that D. adelae isn't supposed to undergo dormancy and I fear I might be killing it somehow.
The only things I can think of are:
1) I had its roots completely inundated in water for about 1 1/2 weeks--perhaps it drowned?
2) I had green fairy moss (azolla spp.) growing in the pot, which I've since removed. I heard it was a nitrogen fixer and could have poisoned it.