My challenge is my backyard gets lots of full sun. Probably 6-7 hours. I was hoping to find a solution where some of my plants could be under the shade for some of the day. I know each CP has its own needs. For example, I may just keep the Nepenthes on the covered part of the pool patio, so they could get a few hours of direct sun (filtered through the screen) each morning, and then indirect light the rest of the day.
I think the sundews and VFT should be OK with plenty of sunshine. Also the Sarracenia.
But say I was trying to cut down on the hours of direct sun, is there a way to use some sort of shade fabric at a given angle so that when the sun appears at a certain place in the sky, the plants switch from direct sun to 30% reduced (i.e. 70% of the light gets through)?
Eventually, I’ll probably study the backyard more, and find where trees do this for me naturally, but I would also need to keep the animals away.
Ideas and suggestions are very much appreciated.
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