winstont wrote: ↑Thu Jun 17, 2021 1:30 pm
I'm also looking to repot the two smaller vft into one bigger pot. They look a little too small in the pot that came with the plants.
Flytraps don't mind being crowded. They don't grow roots as lavish as some other plants so you don't need to worry about them becoming root bound. I wouldn't repot them unless you just want to change the look of the pots. If that is the case, then I would try to slip pot them, which is when you remove the plant from the pot and keep the soil intact. Then you slip it into a hole made in the soil of the new pot.
Remember, when you repot to use a media that is safe for flytraps. The most common is straight sphagnum moss or peat/perlite 50/50.
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