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    So it appears a leaf is about to open up on the one I really thought I've lost. But the same thing is happening to the one I was for sure I saved.



    Let me know what you all think. Leave the dead stuff on the first plant. And just let the 2nd keep growing as is right?

    Chris

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    I would leave the dead stuff. You risk damaging the new growth

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swagalotus View Post
    I would leave the dead stuff. You risk damaging the new growth
    True I wouldn't wanna damage any new growth. I'm excited to see what is gonna pop up right next too the really well recovered one. I don't think I've seen anywhere about anyone's plants popping up two growths right on top of each other. Unless I've created some mutation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nauz View Post
    I don't think I've seen anywhere about anyone's plants popping up two growths right on top of each other. Unless I've created some mutation.
    Sundews will sometimes do this if the original crown is badly damaged but the meristem tissue inside is intact. I have occasionally cut off the main crown on stem-forming species, rooted that and had the roots form multiple new crowns. I don't recommend this unless you are willing to possibly lose the whole plant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemax View Post
    Sundews will sometimes do this if the original crown is badly damaged but the meristem tissue inside is intact. I have occasionally cut off the main crown on stem-forming species, rooted that and had the roots form multiple new crowns. I don't recommend this unless you are willing to possibly lose the whole plant.

    Great info bluemax, I think I'll leave it be and let it continue what growth it's doing on both plants. So I guess my healthiest one will have two crowns. The other one I thought I lost will grow back. That's cool.

    Chris

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    here's mine

    when i first go it



    and now

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    Quote Originally Posted by ps3isawesome View Post
    here's mine

    How old is your plant? It's a beauty!

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