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Mini Cats Need to Bloom

This is a discussion on Mini Cats Need to Bloom within the New Growers: Ask the Senior Members forums, part of the New Growers category; Good growth on them , I agree a little more light (slowly ) Gin...

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    Good growth on them , I agree a little more light (slowly ) Gin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gin View Post
    Good growth on them , I agree a little more light (slowly ) Gin
    Yes, I agree.

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    Yep. A bit more light.

    The Hawaiian Passion 'Carmela' blooms in the spring/summer. I'm not sure about the other hybrids.

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    You've got a lot of good new growth on these; but definitely more light. Their leaves are just too dark green

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    I put the pics in my other posting call New Additions.

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