So to get to the point, my flytraps look like crap during this time of year. I live in Central Florida, and the the temperature is around the mid 90's most days this time of year, and my plants are certainly despising it. A few of them look like they're on the verge of death.
My sarracenia get watered every morning and seem to be really taking off, though I don't water my flytraps nearly as often since I was under the impression that they didn't like to be kept as wet. But since they're in full sun under this sort of heat, should I also top water daily? Will that help them grow better and keep them a tad cooler?
Any overall tips on keeping them looking and growing decent this time of year will be greatly appreciated!
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