My flytrap is growing well. It has seven healthy-looking leaves. But none of those leaves have traps on them. It's been this way for at least a month, since I repotted it. I repotted it immediately after buying it, because that pot was three-inches tall. I got it into a four-inch one [still too short, I know, but what I could find, and it's a pretty small plant now], potted in a mixture of peat moss and dirt from outside. It seems happy? It immediately shed its existing leaves and started growing new ones, which it's been doing for a while now. But none of those new leaves have traps.
I've been subirrigating with rain water, keeping some water in the saucer at all times. It's been getting about ten hours of filtered sunlight each day. It's too cold to put it outside.
So I have two questions:
1) Is there anything I can do to encourage trap growth?
2) Is the lack of traps harmful to the plant? Can I just keep growing it like this?
Sorry if this is an obvious answer. I haven't been able to find anything on the internet about a problem like this.