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By bananaman
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#346957
I was repotting my flytraps a while back, and thought I’d share this photo of their nice, long roots.
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This is why I always recommend deep pots — I grow mine in standard 1 gallon nursery pots, and kind of wish I had deeper ones.
By bananaman
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Joined:  Sat Jan 01, 2011 2:54 am
#346963
m80torpedo3 wrote:wow nice what soil mix do you use?
I use a peat:perlite mix and grow them on the drier side. I like using a peat based mix because I find it gives me a little more flexibility with respect to watering than LFS. I really like LFS as a medium, but it’s expensive and I find it’s a little more finicky with watering in the summer here.
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