- Sun Jun 26, 2022 2:37 am
I live just 40 miles west of the flytrap's native range, and it's pretty warm here, too. We've hit 100 or 101°F a couple times this month (unusually warm; we should top-out at 88-90°F). As long as my plants have sufficient water, this temperature doesn't bother them. And your plants are on the east side of the house, so that keeps them out of the sun during the hottest part of the day.
Are you sure that nothing was reflecting or concentrating light on that plant? I'm discovering that these Low-E windows are hell on plants in the yard. They reflect a lot of infrared light, and it can be pretty damn hot (I've gotten hit by reflections from my neighbors' windows; not a pleasant experience).