Joined: Mon Oct 19, 2009 10:44 am
So, what do you think about this order?
Looks like it gonna die, even if the rhizome is OK.You can't pronounce a Flytrap dead until spring. I've seen some remarkable recoveries.
prpl_trtl wrote:It is surely frost bitten,because it was moisten when I unpack it. And if I can remember now the rhizome wasn't looking dead.OK, that's great news! I'd bet that it will recover with good care. Please keep us updated
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