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By BumpyEvergreen
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Hello all, after a long hiatus I have gotten back into growing. While I still had my plants, I had paid less attention than previous and am now back on the grind.

This thread will mostly be to document the growth and changes to my plants and setup. This will also give me more storage space to do with as I please.
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After repotting my bloody mary it started growing again whereas before it had gone through a dry dormancy, good to get it going again. My sibuyanensis x ampullaria also got a repot and pouted for a bit but they are both on the road again. Off to the right is edinensis x bicalcarata.
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I decided to take some cutting of my lanky ventricosa and ventrata, but I had mistakenly placed them in my cooler and they didn't appreciate it at all. I had to quickly move them to my warm tank.
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The move from peat to lfs helped save the stalled capensis.
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My sumatrana is doing very well making leaf jumps nearly twice as big as the last leaf.
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Binata multifida pink came back from the roots and is the only successful leaf prop currently.
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Since I got the cooler the undulatifolia, peltata(seedgrown), tenuis and spec anipahan have slown growth but I assume are happier.
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By BumpyEvergreen
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Undulatifolias first picture in my care looks pretty good. It's not as dark as the other one, so I assume it can take more light than peltata tenuous and anipahan.
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Tenuous is also coming along better off now that I have my cooler. It's a lot more vigorous and it's pictures fully form now that it is cool.
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Primuliflora living up to it's name.
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All the sundews have now recovered from their prolonged dormancy.
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