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    I was checking on alot of my sundews , outside , in terrariums and in my greenhouse , and when thing i notcied was there was a ton of dew on the leaves , especially the sundews with long leaves like d. capensis , i guess the climate has made them want to produce accesive amounts . another thing i noticed was that the leaves were bending over due to the accesive weight of the dew . does this happen to your plants sometimes , i know this is not a problem but i just thought it was cool .

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    You're lucky. My sundews don't have all that much dew![img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/wink.gif[/img]
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    What conditions are you keeping your dews in? I just picked up a couple of the half living sun dews from lowes. They all had dew on their leaves until I transplanted them from their cube box to a pot. DO you think it might just need to take a bit of time to adjust to the different humidity?

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    Absolutely. A change in enviroment almost always entails a loss of dew for a few days to a week.

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