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    Yea!!! I think my babies survived the dormancy okay. I was nervous because I've been known to kill plants ( I haven't got a clue most of the time when it comes to plant care) plus, this was my first dormancy with them. (I'm new at this.) I kept them outside in a shaded portion of the balcony the whole time and they seem alright. (I live in north texas) I just made sure their soil didn't dry out.

    When can I expect them to start growing vigorously again?
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    Mine usually start growing within a couple of weeks (10 to 14 days) after I put them where they can get some direct sun.

    Congatulations on getting them through your first dormancy![img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/Skin/Default/PostIcons/icon14.gif[/img]

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    Gee, Steve, doesn't T's post sound like something I would say - except for the north Texas part?

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    [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/laugh.gif[/img] I knew it sounded familiar!

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    Well congrats if they survive. It took me two years of killing vft durning dormancy before I had any survive.
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    To borrow a Tamlin phrase, "You grow, girl!" All four of mine survived dormancy (Rachel, named after my daughter, and Larry, Daryl, & Daryl). I'm just waitin' for their prospective scapes to show up!

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    Thanks for the support, guys! woo-hoo! now i want to get more becuase the way i figure, if i'm going to have to invest the time to care for two plants, why not use the same amount of effort and take care of several?

    i'm looking to get a red dragon variety. i didn't see any here. anyone know a good place to get one of those?
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    Pft sells the "green dragons" wich are basically a improved `red dragon' at a fairly reasonable price .
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