Location: Charlotte, NC USA
Joined: Sat Aug 15, 2015 8:13 pm
Artchic528 wrote:My apologies for not clarifying. I live in Charlotte, NC about 3 hours away from the coastal peat bogs that flytraps grow in the wild. So Zone 7a. The seedlings are about a year old from time of germination. The reason they look so sunken in is because I’ve had to constantly tip the pot to drain excess rain water off the top. The pot drains poorly so whenever it rains, (which has been a lot this past summer) the pot turns to peat soup. On the plus side Mother Nature has taken care of the watering for me so I rarely have to!If you don't mind damaging the bucket, you could punch holes through the sides to facilitate drainage and keep the pot from getting past a certain water level. I'll do that with 1020 trays holding my Sarracenia pots.
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