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    Hey you guys were saying that you never heard of growing petiolaris sundews in humidity as low as 25% but I came across this forum thread he claims that his plants are thriving in low humidity. http://www.flytrapcare.com/phpBB3/dr...ng-t21844.html
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    I think with the coloring on the traps not only has to do with the amount of light it gets, like you said, but it probably has to with the over all health of the plant, and most importantly the genes the plant has, determine the color more than anything I'm sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robster_24 View Post
    Hey you guys were saying that you never heard of growing petiolaris sundews in humidity as low as 25% but I came across this forum thread he claims that his plants are thriving in low humidity. http://www.flytrapcare.com/phpBB3/dr...ng-t21844.html
    I notice that the evening peak in humidity is higher but that is still surprisingly low!
    - Mark

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    Petiolaris Complex Update,

    The D. Paradoxa is finally growing bigger leaves now that I removed it's off-shoot.


    You can see the leaves that grew when the plant was growing the plantlet were smaller than the previous leaves...


    Here's a quick comparison as to how much it grew since I had it...


    Now...


    Here's the falconeri as of now, I took some pullings of the old leaves, I'm not sure what the black dots on the Lamina are but, they don't seem to be harming the plant so I'm not worrying( It might be soil from when I removed the old leaves).


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    Oh, and an update on the Paradoxa division!


    and Its already rooted!

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    What a cool little plant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radagast View Post
    What a cool little plant.
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    The little paradoxa looks great. It says a lot about your conditions that it rooted and began to grow so quickly.
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