Nice Great looking plant too. Leads me to wonder though; why isn't your flytrap dormant this time of the year?
I've thought of forcing a couple of my flytraps to grow in winter and go dormant in the summer, but never got around to trying it out yet. Is that what you're doing with your flytrap, or is this just a VERY early spring for it...Or have you skipped dormancy altogether (*bad idea*)?
Just wondering...Cool pics though!
I received the plant in November so rather than move it to dormancy I decided to keep it going and let it rest next winter. Placing diluted orchid fertilizer inside the traps gives it a big boost and I will be taking daily pictures to show the results of the latest victim. My typical form flytrap is the nicest looking of the three I have with this B52 being second.
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Venus flytraps: 1