- Tue Nov 16, 2021 4:59 am
Well it might be buried a little too deep, the peat looks like it's falling into the growth point on the third one. If it gets in too deep, the plant struggles to get the leaves out. 6b would definitely be dormancy weather. You'll want to watch out for it getting too cold. A lot of people in the colder climates bring them into the garage or a fridge to avoid it freezing to death. The former would be a better option. A lot of people use lights on a timer and bring it back out when it's habitable again. Dormancy is definitely a factor but from what I can see, the plants don't look unhealthy (in my opinion anyway). Keep an eye on temps and bring it in if it's being subjected to freezing temperatures. People try to aim for 40 but in the 3 days a year where my plant has been subjected to under 30, they did fine. Make sure you don't overwater them and let them do their thing. See if you can scrape off a bit of the top layer to where just the rhizome (the white part) is covered.
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