Is this color normal for Cycloseta in the winter?

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Is this color normal for Cycloseta in the winter?

by Dionaea Masukippa » Fri Dec 27, 2019 4:54 pm

It has a dark blue-green hue and the pictures I've seen online of its succulent phase have bright green leaves.
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Re: Is this color normal for Cycloseta in the winter?

by Bob Beer » Wed Jan 01, 2020 12:45 am

It looks like it needs more light but yes it does generally go lighter in the winter. Here’s a photo of some of mine; you can are some remnants of older leaves as the larger plant started switching late. Image


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Re: Is this color normal for Cycloseta in the winter?

by Dionaea Masukippa » Sun Jan 12, 2020 12:46 pm

Bob Beer wrote:It looks like it needs more light but yes it does generally go lighter in the winter. Here’s a photo of some of mine; you can are some remnants of older leaves as the larger plant started switching late. Image


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Thank you. Apparently my pings prefer my blurple lights over my T5. Pirouette started showing color and mucus and Cyclosecta is putting out new light green leaves. But only under the blurple lights.


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