Definitely going to keep that in mind
GreenOhio wrote:I also notice that I tend to get bigger rhizomes in winter orders where they just take off in Spring with no setbacks.
Haha, yeah, Leah always choose huge plants to send as "starters" when they're dormant in order to avoid people who don't understand how small flytraps are during dormancy writing us to complain about the size of the plant!
Your DC XL looks great!!
Keep it a FlytrapCare forum secret!!! Seriously though, Leah pretty much always dramatically undersells our larger inventory in the spring as starter and young plants, when they're actually young-adult or mature plants. That's part of the reason we often can't offer larger plants at all. The busy season starts in March and, due to the late spring here at our northern latitude, our plants are still almost entirely dormant and don't look that impressive. So, to avoid any complaints, we sell plants that are typically at least one size up from what the customer paid for.
Leave the meat for our pet plants