- Fri Oct 16, 2009 11:23 pm
Yeah, I'd just put it outside right away. It still has a few weeks to get into dormancy mode, which should be enough. And yes, their care requirements are basically identical to VFTs. Don't keep them too wet during dormancy.
As far as too cold of temperatures, I think that most Sarracenia are actually hardier in cold temperatures than VFTs are. In general, if you can keep them from freezing, that's best, but they'll also take freezes pretty well, especially if they're larger plants with a good sized rhizome.
Leave the meat for our pet plants