cool, I have relatives in Ft. Erie ...
i have some more newbie questions :P
- if i plan on putting it in a chilly room next to the window during the fall&winter months, do I need to trim the leaves down and cut off the traps?
- if I plan on putting it in the fridge should i remove all traps and maybe even trim the leaves as well to prevent fungus growth? I've read through scottychaos' post about the 'fridge method' and am afraid to trim down the leaves as much as he did.
(i guess am just scared that i might end up killing it :P. i just bought the plant from a local plant nursery)
- last one (for today, well ... maybe ), i've noticed that some of these traps close really slow, or doesnt close at all when a live insect is placed in the trap. I'm thinking that maybe this is due the approaching dormancy period and the plant is no longer as active. am i correct? I think the plant is doing alright because when i bought it home it will complete green and now after a couple of days, some of the traps are starting to display a light shade of red