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My vft  has been in the fridge since 15 November. The leaves are still green and have not turned black or died. Is this normal? Am I supposed to cut them back?:roll:

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Hi! Don’t cut anything, it is all ok... do you live in Wales? Why don’t you put outside your plant? 

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Dormancy can be a state of suspended animation with some clones, not a complete die back.

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On 1/5/2020 at 7:44 AM, Steve.g said:

My vft  has been in the fridge since 15 November. The leaves are still green and have not turned black or died. Is this normal? Am I supposed to cut them back?:roll:

It's totally normal to have some stay green. I'm waking mine up the past 2 weeks from fridge dormancy. Been doing it for over 12 years now with no problems at all.

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