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Hi James, Is the flower on this one truly as blue as it looks in the photo? There is a strain of P. agnata called "True Blue" and this might be one. What kind of light is your plant getting? P. agnata
Hi Michele, That wilted look is a sure sign of root rot, and if the plant was sitting in water for long periods, it will definitely cause that. It doesn't look too far gone, so I would keep the soil
Hi Cheri, Could you do a follow-up to this question and include a photo of what you are currently doing with your plants. I'm confused by your description of what your current set-up looks like.
Hi Major Scott, Thank-you. We really try to make them useful. I'm sad to say that our little Max dog with the mohawk passed away a couple years ago from congestive heart failure. :( I think you
Hi John, Start at 12" away from the plant, then watch how it does. If you are getting lots of dew, and the leaves are red, you've got it. If they are staying green, then move closer. With T-5 you