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    Nice Dodec,

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Ohhhhh, so nice. Dodec, my plants have done hardly a thing since I got them last season. Do you think I should try a different medium? I have mine in LFS. Maybe I am keeping them too wet?
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    wow I'm speechless

    That is awesome.

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    Tamlin. No. Leave them as they are. As long as they aren't actually dead, they are probably okay. The plant grows very slowly, and most of the time seems to do nothing at all. Are the leaves still green?

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    The couple leaves that are there are green: one small cluster a few cm long, but that's it. I will remain patient.
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    This is about the most stubborn plant in my collection. I agree with Dodec that most of the time it doesn't actually look like it is doing anything. It is though, underground, where you can't see it.
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