Alright, I'm starting to feel a little better! thanks Gill, and everyone! Ill just leave them be for now and see what happens
Again, not an expert. Just going by my own experiences.
Thanks again Dash! i really appreciate it... although...they are still under the same amount and kind of t-5 bulbs that they have been under, but they are under a 4 bulb fixture instead of two 2 bulb fixtures...even a little farther away (maybie a couple inches)
Ok here is the breakdown of what I see is going on
The red dots- do not worry about those, they are more than likely blocked nectar glands, think of them as plant pimples, I see this very frequently.
Red leaves on the tujuh singalana, you are correct, light increase will sometimes redden a plants leaves, this is normal, and is fine.
The red leaves on the spect x truncata. Spectabilis is notorious a red leaved species, it makes since that it's hybrids could have this trait, no cause for concern there...
Your plants look healthy and fine, if you have any other issues bring it up, someone can answer it I'm sure.
Are you foliar fertilizing? Could be fertilizer burn.
Grand Hotel... always the same. People come, people go. Nothing ever happens.
I was comparing it to this on mine...
Looks pretty similar, just a lot more of it on mine. Perhaps something different though.