Joshuamarshall792 wrote: ↑Fri Jul 24, 2020 8:54 pm
And yes you want to put the plant outside in the spring so it can get slowly used to the temperature outdoors and slowly get used to the sun, it is also fun to watch
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Brilliant. Spring in BC is still cold and rainy but I'll keep that in mind. Thank you!
Matt wrote: ↑Sat Jul 25, 2020 12:21 am
No need to cut off sunburned leaves. Just let them be so the plant can reabsorb as many nutrients and energy from the leaf as possible as it sheds it naturally.
Also, I would definitely recommend waiting until late spring to repot. Repotting during dormancy is probably the worst time to repot a flytrap. The best time to repot is just as they break dormancy in late February or early March.
I'll keep sun burnt leaves attached then. I was under the impression dying leaves should be cut to save the plant's resources so it can focus growth and energy on other leaves.
I'll have to wait for next year to repot then
I want to repot because 1) it hasn't been repotted since I first got it 1+ years ago, and 2) the top of the soil/moss is cracked, dried, and has moldy bits.