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Dancing lady leaf question

This is a discussion on Dancing lady leaf question within the New Growers: Ask the Senior Members forums, part of the New Growers category; the leaves were bought this way...i was just wondering what happened and if i should ...

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    the leaves were bought this way...i was just wondering what happened and if i should be concerned

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    Don't be concerned. Some of it is mechanical damage from moving the plant around. It looks like a large critter took a couple of bites out of it also but, what ever it was, it's probably no longer on the plant.

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    Wonderful thank you! the flower looks amazing otherwise so great that makes me happy.

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    Agreed. Looks like it got beat up a bit, no worries.

    cheers,
    BD

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    Poor babies....thanks guys also.....how long should your standard Zygo blooms last?

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