No you don't need to put them in a shaded area. If they were in a non-shaded area before they should be perfectly fine.
As SSS said, no need to keep them shaded and better for them to have sun. Lucky you, no sign of spring weather here yet, snowed last night. My flava are sending up flower stalks though. Can't wait to see your pics.
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Thanks for the replies. Now I don't have to move them like crazy before leaving for work.
I got the photo's off the camera last night into folders on my computer before falling asleep. (For me that's an accomplishment) I'll get them up on Photobucket so I can post here tonight or tomorrow.
I have begun putting the photo's up on the Photobucket account.
Here are my Sarracenia's on the day I brought them home from the greenhouse, 2-25-12.
More to come.
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Tarnock after pruning off the dead ends on March 17, 2012:
Tarnock bare root 3-17-12:
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Do these plants have root hairs which get destroyed during repotting?
I removed some photo's of my other Sarracenia's and VFT because they are off topic here. Need to start a new thread.
Last edited by jerrysmith; 03-28-2012 at 08:30 PM.
I did re-pot the Tarnock that I felt was not growing well on March 17. It did grow well this year. I need to get out and clean up the plants and take a photo before we get a frost. Thanks to all that gave me encouragement to re-pot.