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    Can vft seedlings be transplanted during dormancy?

    Is it possible to transplant seedlings during dormancy I have 85 seedlings at the moment in there winter dormancy they are hardened off with good colour into there 2nd year. I want to tranplant them is now ok? I can put them in a terrarium 4 a while to get over the shock of transplanting. I can wait till spring but I have the time now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinabalufan View Post
    Is it possible to transplant seedlings during dormancy I have 85 seedlings at the moment in there winter dormancy they are hardened off with good colour into there 2nd year. I want to tranplant them is now ok? I can put them in a terrarium 4 a while to get over the shock of transplanting. I can wait till spring but I have the time now.
    I would wait until the end of Winter. The only losses I have ever experienced with flytraps came from futzing around with them during dormancy . . .
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    oh ok maybe you are right patience is not a virtue many associate with me. I just know they always grow a bit faster after being transplanted. here is a photo anyway:

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