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By ChefDean
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Officially a typical, and I'm about 80% confident that the color is due to just coming out of dormancy and will change, but I'm liking the shape and the length of the petiole. It's out in the sun now, and I'm kinda hoping the color stays and is stable. Fingers crossed.
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It does look interesting. But, I have a question... You have sun up there? I put three small plants outside several days ago and haven't seen the sun since!!! :|
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Intheswamp wrote: Sun Mar 03, 2024 2:06 pmYou have sun up there?
Periodically. But interspersed with a lot of rain and clouds this time of year.
andynorth wrote:Coloring is quite cool. Most of my VFT's that are currently dormant are either green or black.
Most of mine as well. But I have two that have this coloration, one much more than the other, so I'm just assuming lack of sunlight until now has caused it. We'll see.
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