Wisteria Leaves Vs Light

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leftswerve

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Upper new vs lower old leaves in pic. Which is grown with more light? Or is there another reason for the difference?
I know it has nothing to do with emersed growth.
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I think he's asking for about the rather large new leaves as opposed to the tiny thin originals. I only see some glare/slight focus issue from the camera lens around the edges, I don't think there is any damage.
 
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I think he's asking for about the rather large new leaves as opposed to the tiny thin originals. I only see some glare/slight focus issue from the camera lens around the edges, I don't think there is any damage.
Here's the original pic. Pretty sure It's a lighting issue. The broad new leaves are less light. Thanks for the help
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I think it may be a combination of less light, and that's just how they grow. With moderate/high light, my new growth is almost all coming out with pinnate leaves, but temp/light changes I've read can create the broad leaves in new growth. They should develop into pinnate leaves eventually. New growth = good!
 
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