Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
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Panman wrote:Pictures would really help. I am south of Atlanta, GA and have my pitchers, flytraps and sundews in full sun. I think it is probably about 6 hours of morning, midday sun and then shade the rest of the day. I water them daily. Flytraps are the hardest because I have shallower pots and can't sit them in too much water. It also depend on the species. My flava have about had it for the summer.Sorry about the bad quality.
Panman wrote: ↑Wed Jul 15, 2020 8:43 pm I would say the biggest thing you can do to help your plants is to get them sitting in trays of water. The pitchers should be in deeper water than the flytraps. I would say 3 inches of water for the pitchers and 1 inch for the flytraps. They are bog plants and want to be constantly wet. Sitting them in water is the best way to keep them that way. The tips of some of the pitchers look a little crispy but I think that is probably lack of water. That is my 2 cents. Hopefully others will chime in if they see something different.I agree, with the summer heat right now in my zone my VFTs and Sarracenias would be toasted without a tray of water to put them in. The water evaporates and cools down the plants. In fact, the largest problem I have right now with my cephalotus is heat since water trays will rot it.
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