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    I just saw that comment about dormancy. Personally I agree with TREE T. It's only June, more than enough time for it to recover if it's going to. I'd let it go dormant when fall get here. I'm pretty sure you'll have more success if you do.
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    Well if it`s a sick\cutting\seedling plant then you can skip dormancy.
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    thx for all your insight, guys. i really appreciate all the feedback. well, i think the heat got to this plant cause is looked a little...um.... crispy? it's a tiny plant; not even 1/4 the size of my others, plus it has been traumatized several times. The worst occasion was being mutilated by a baby, and i've also moved twice already this year plus when BobZ mailed it to me... *sob*...

    how long should i keep it under my cruddy bulb for inside? it doesn't get all that bright, but it's all i've got.
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