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    any one know how to get a d regia to flower,how big it has to be ,light period, dormancy ect

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    mickey, personally, i would not find ways to force flower it...most likely, it is a response to warmer temperatures and a longer photoperiod after a cold winter season. if you want to encourage flowering, feed it heavily during the growing season, and it will flower during or on the next growing season. best of luck.
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    wasn't looking to force it just wanted to give it the conditions it required to flower if different that just to grow

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    it shouldnt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MICKEY View Post
    any one know how to get a d regia to flower
    Grow a mature plant.
    Mature plants are flowering size.

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    how big it has to be
    I'd say when leaf length is above 8" (20 cm) you have a mature plant.

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    light period, dormancy ect
    Keep with lower temperatures and less lighting period in winter as during summer.
    Flowering time is in spring.

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    that should be easy the leaves are around 6" now and it is under t12 for the winter, and will get sun in summer and spring, and my house is around 65f during winter
    sounds great
    thanks

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