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plantaddict2588 wrote:I'm in Phoenix, it's too dry to put any of these outside anytime of the year. I have a bigger tank I'm going to move everything to then i was thinking of using the smaller tank for the dormant plants.Many people grow these in the desert. You just need to provide enough water under it in a tray to maintain the media moist at all times or find a spot where they won't get beat up at the hottest part of the day. You could even make a small greenhouse or buy one, although they should be okay. Some just use plastic tarps that block sunlight a bit and make it less intense in cases like these. It's hard to keep them very healthy indoors since they need full sunlight.
plantaddict2588 wrote:I'm in Phoenix, it's too dry to put any of these outside anytime of the year.As Dematerialize already mentioned, there have been many people over the years this forum has existed who have grown flytraps outdoors in Phoenix and other parts of southern Arizona. They don't need high humidity levels to do well as long as the soil stays damp.
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