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By kuurocats
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Joined:  Sun Oct 25, 2020 8:20 pm
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Hi everyone, I recently got a VTF a while back in September and it was doing really well for a while in the small pot it came in. About a week ago I moved it from a small pot into a larger deeper pot but hadn't realized I needed to prepare the soil. I'm pretty sure it got stressed due to the new conditions and lack of water initially. A lot of the heads died off and these 3 bulbs were what was left afterwards. I just wanted some advice from anyone here if it still looks like it would be able to regrow. The rhizomes all still feel firm when I touch them but I wanted some second opinions. I'm just worried since this is my first VTF and I don't want to have ruined it.
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By sanguinearocks101
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The soil it’s planted in looks to be a bit too dry. Is the media safe for CPs(nutrient free)? Other than keeping the media a bit more moist keep doing what you’re doing and it might pull through.
By kuurocats
Posts:  2
Joined:  Sun Oct 25, 2020 8:20 pm
#367932
I got an organic flytrap soil and always keep distilled water on hand. I'll water it tomorrow morning but thank you for the help! I feel really guilty but am also very new to this.

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