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By Panman
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I really need some advice on this guy. It is seed grown from seed I got from the seed bank in 2020. All of its siblings and all of the other filiformis that I have are hunkered down in tight little hiberniculum. This wise guy is still throwing up new leaves. Do I treat it as a tropical and bring it inside under the lights or leave it outside and hope it goes dormant?
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By MikeB
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Yeah, it looks like that one has a good dose of Florida Red in the mix. I would flag it as "subtropical" and bring it indoors.
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By ChefDean
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Even the tropical ones will go dormant given the right conditions, they have just evolved to not need it. They'll resist, but they'll eventually go dormant.

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