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    Sorry Stefano but its day 6 and it's still not showing any signs of color! except maybe green jejejeje Is this normal?
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    hmm, thats odd, maybe put it in more sunlight?

    mine just opened a new pitcher too yesterday or today, so ill see
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    Also keep in mind Stefano's plant is much smaller with less surface area to color up so the result is faster coloration. Andenes plant is much larger so a larger area to color up resulting in slower coloration.

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    I thought you weren't suppose to give the judith finn sun light.... The sun here at PR kills so im not quite sure to give it some sun light...
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    it gets about 4-6 hrs of morning sunlight,

    if it were 4-6 afternoon hours sunlight itd be like 8 hrs morning sunlight,


    and thanks for the rpely nep g
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    OK Good new Stefano, my judith finn is finally getting some coloration after i aranged it so it could havo some sun.
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    The pitcher in the back left corner has some nice coloration already! Purty!

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    LOL Well Snowy Falcon, thats becauz its the only one it had when I bought it Right now all it has are two new pitchers and the last one looks superve! But its still green So I'll just wait till it gets red
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