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By albertoburrito
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These are my lowes rescues. Also do you think the divisions can wait until winter?
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By albertoburrito
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Theres at least 2 divisions
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By MaxVft
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Nice rescues!
I would definitely leave it, if you separate them now the smaller one will have a slimmer chance of surviving, as half of my Jaws cultivars baby divisions dried out and/or died when I split them.
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By Panman
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If you divide a flytrap and it doesn't have many roots, you might consider keeping it in a plastic bag for a couple of weeks to give the roots a chance to establish themselves while preventing a lost of moisture through the leaves.
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