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Dionaea In Dormancy

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I just want to show everyone what I'm doing with some of my spare Dionaea for Winter Dormancy. I have then outside, against the wall, wrapped in bubble wrap and covered with pine needles. They have been this way since we got our first frost in late September. So far so good! The plants don't look too good because they are in a deep dormancy but they are surviving.  I live in zone 6 Northern Arizona  and our nighttime temps get into the low teens and that is why my Dionaea are wrapped in bubble wrap and covered with pine needles.As the months progress, it should get into the single digits and I hope my Dionaea make it? I have 6 typicals and 2 Red Piranhas in the pot. Giovanni


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