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FAQ about VENUS FLYTRAPS

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FAQ about VENUS FLYTRAPS

Venus Flytraps are one on the most recognized carnivorous plant on the planet. We even see them influence pop culture (think Mario Bros and Little Shop of Horrors). They have a reputation for being picky and difficult to care for but most of that comes from a lack of knowledge. Once you understand what the plants need and what they are telling you, you can grow them for years to come! First things first: Basic Care Watering: This is one of the most important pieces of information. They like to be moist and never dry out. Typically I like to...

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GIVEAWAY TIME!!

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GIVEAWAY TIME!!

Time for a plant giveaway!  I have two separate carnies that need a new home, one tropical and one temperate. All you have to do to enter is purchase $20 worth of plants between now and 8/19 and you will be entered to WIN! Here is how it works: I will put everyone's name in a bowl and draw out one winner. I will contact you and you get to choose which plant you would like. Then I will pick another name for the next plant. Make sure when you place your order to include contact information like an email address or...

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How to divide and repot Sarracenia

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How to divide and repot Sarracenia

I know that repotting can be a bit daunting but there really is no need to fear! Generally speaking the best time to repot temperate species (which includes all sarracenia) is at the tail end of winter/ beginning of spring. This way the plant is still dormant, easier to work with and you aren't disrupting its growing season.  I have this overgrown Sarracenia purpurea that I have been wanting to divide for a while now so I though this would make a good subject to show beginners how to divide a clumpy pitcher plant. All Sarracenia grow from rhizomes that...

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