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Thread: N. Judith Finn - red...or too red

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    Thanks for the help - it hasn't been growing well beside my other highlanders (ventricosa and sanguinea) on a windowsill, hence the move to higher humidity. For posterity (or something), here's some pics that will hopefully work:

    http://cpforums.org/gallery/v/adrian/DSC02572.JPG.html
    http://cpforums.org/gallery/v/adrian/DSC02569.JPG.html

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    It looks perfectly fine to me. Some times in higher light intensity the plants tend to "tan."
    Trying to rebuild. Feel free to PM me with questions.

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    Does anyone else have problems getting this plant to pitcher in lower humidity?

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    my judith finn is even darker than that! its in a been in a very bright window all winter. its not very humid in my house and its making pitchers fine

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