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Good light and cool conditions seem to be conducive to colouration. The best colouration I've seen is on plants in the cooler months.

If you take a look on my website linked below, you will find a couple of clones with really deep colouration. These were growing in a climate which is very hot in the summer but gets cool in the winter.

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On 5/9/2020 at 9:58 PM, mobile said:

Good light and cool conditions seem to be conducive to colouration. The best colouration I've seen is on plants in the cooler months.

If you take a look on my website linked below, you will find a couple of clones with really deep colouration. These were growing in a climate which is very hot in the summer but gets cool in the winter.

Good knowledgeable website you have

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