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ive noticed that the babies of schizandra and adelae look very much alike(by baby i mean the little plants that popped out of the roots). wierd, cuz, in time..they all cjhange into the adult looking plants. any reason y?
You can add to these two a third Queensland species: Drosera prolifera. These are all humidity loving species, doing best at 80-100% humidity. I have the best success with lower lighting, and have them at the ends of the grow lights (the ends of the flourescent bulbs have a lower output: heep the higher light loving plants in the center) These species prefer to be left alone once a suitable place has been found.