I have a few Sarracenia and Drosera that are hardy in my zone. I must admit I am chomping at the bit to get them outside and in the ground. I am also out of window space and forgot I ordered plants last fall that will be coming in the very near future. Has anyone in the upper midwest begun to relocate any of their plants outside to their permanent locations yet?
This week has been unseasonably warm. *Day temps in the 60's. I realize this will not hold as these are the average temps for early June. Yet on the other hand, I'd like my plants to get the full range of light provided by the sun. And, well... I need to reclaim some space it at all possible real fast.
When is a good time to begin transplanting outside for people from Wisconsin? I am actually in Illinois but am only a mile from the border so my area is most comparable to Wisconsin.
One last thing, some of the plants I have were originally grown in greenhouses and some may have been grown outside. I can't differentiate between the two but all have been in my home in front of windows with supplemental lighting.
Thanks much, Laura