- Wed Mar 03, 2021 6:11 am
I definitely misunderstood what you had said. The plant is fine. I suggest watering from above if you're keeping it inside but they'll do much better outdoors. The plant will likely become stringy and etiolated indoors unless you make accommodations for it. Traps will die back and regrow over time. They could have closed for any number of reasons but acclimation is no doubt a factor. Its trap speed will be pretty slow because it isn't getting a lot of light though the plant itself appears healthy. Looking at its growth, it has "summer" leaves. Check out the links on flytrapcare for good ideas on how to take care of the plant.
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