- Fri Sep 24, 2021 6:47 pm
Hi all, my Neps and Sarracenias are all healthy and thriving in my current home, in a South facing window with lots of air flow most of the year (they hang out in the yard on rainy days or mornings I'min the yard, I fried one years ago by leaving it out in the afternoonin DC)... I'm moving to a row house in Baltimore with an East facing porch and east/west facing windows. Trying to determine the best way to move them in November. Should I move them all to a darker room for winter and let them adapt to next season on the east facing porch? Will they be OK in a west facing window if they don't respond well to the porch?
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