sanguinearocks101 wrote:I highly doubt flytraps could survive outside in -25C without being very heavily mulched.
That's probably true, but I've seen people post in years past about growing flytraps outdoors year-round in Canada where temperatures get very cold. They were planted in a bog garden at ground level and then mulched over the winter. They survived year after year in those growing conditions.
idwaneo - where in Russia are you located? Can you show the current weather forecast? A windowsill will work in the short term, and giving natural sunlight is always better than artificial lighting, but it is best to get it outside if at all possible. On days when it is above freezing, the plant can be moved outside in to full sun.
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