I've noticed the Dionaeas look a bit leggy and wide and had to nib some early flower stalks. They're slow but are they dormant (enough)?
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tracieh wrote:I feel like mine are exiting dormancy as well. They have new growth sticking straight up and not close to the ground. They went dormant in early October so I am debating just bringing them up under a grow light a little early because they have been in the basement 9ish weeks now (I think 8 is the suggested minimum). Maybe it's just time they come out of dormancy?Mine went from an outside windowsill to this in about late october, early november as well.
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Awesome okay sounds great! Thanks again
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