FlytrapCare Carnivorous Plant Forums

Sponsored by FlytrapStore.com

Ask questions about how to grow and care for Venus Flytraps

Moderator: Matt

By itsacatten
Posts:  3
Joined:  Thu Oct 22, 2020 6:10 pm
#367762
I bought one of those Venus Fly Trap/Pitcher Plant growing kits from Lowe’s a few weeks ago and I’m finally seeing some traps starting to grow. Problem is, the fly traps are completely bleach white. I think I might have over watered them, but I’m not sure. Does anyone have any care suggestions, or are these traps a lost cause?
User avatar
By Panman
Location: 
Posts:  659
Joined:  Wed Mar 04, 2020 8:41 pm
#367763
Can you attach a picture? There really isn't any way to know what is going on without looking at it.
By itsacatten
Posts:  3
Joined:  Thu Oct 22, 2020 6:10 pm
#367764
I’ve had a lot of weird things happen with fly traps but I’ve never had a plant turn this color before.
Attachments:
image.jpg
image.jpg (2.41 MiB) Viewed 404 times
By oval
Posts:  235
Joined:  Thu Jul 19, 2018 8:36 pm
#367765
It's probably been so starved for light in that cube for weeks and weeks. Was it greener when you first bought it? It should get greener when it gets more accustomed to the light.
By itsacatten
Posts:  3
Joined:  Thu Oct 22, 2020 6:10 pm
#367766
It was dormant in the cube when I got it. I took it out of the cube and planted it in some soil with moss on top. It’s been kind of cloudy here, but hopefully once it gets a little sunnier it’ll get some color back. I checked the roots and the rhizome. Some of the roots are brownish, but the rhizome is still mostly white, so I think it should recover with a little less watering and some more sunlight.

In answer to your specific questions, it will be O[…]

I got another Mars Hydro light and attached it to […]

nike femme

Voici un nike femme aperçu d'un év[…]

womens nike trainers

Show some respect womens nike trainers when an O[…]

Gibberellic Acid

PPM of that GA3 is 1100 to 1200. Just remembered t[…]

Highland Nep help

Those D. Alba look neat. I'm starting to want some[…]

I think those plants grow so slow that once it g[…]

Double pitcher Cephalotus

Interesting stuff. I feel personally that the pitc[…]

Support the community - Shop at FlytrapStore.com!