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    i bought a venus fly trap from home depot about a week ago. *i thought it was one plant, but it looks like 2 or 3 plants potted together. *i was thinking of seperating them and planting them in a bigger pot. *is it hard to do? *i heard they had fragile roots and im worried that i might damage some when i seperate them.. *so how would i do it?

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    I would leave them together for now.They have not had the best growing conditions and are already stressed. I have several that are growing together and it does not seem to hurt the plant. If one starts to die you may want to seperate them then, but I would not do it if they are all healthly.

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    i would leave them as well... *infact here at **********.com *i see there is the option to have 2 plants in one pot... it is a option available durring purchase process on some plants. *so i am confident that if that was not a good thing, these guys wouldn't do it *[img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]
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