\"The plant grew. It\'s resoruces were taken away. He was forced to evolve. He struggled and pushed and grew, until finally one day it sprouted a trap. A bug landed in, he was a little to noisy and got himself locked in. The plant now had resoruces, and he grew happy as a VFT for years.\"
I am currently doing the same thing and I had a question. DOes it have to have indirect sunlight for only a bit? Or can it go without light, yet not in a dark place??
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I would go for the bright indirect sunlight to help the leaf photosynthesize food. *The weaker the light the less efficiently it can make food.
You can also use artificial light (fluorescents).
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OK. I hope I got the right PeatMoss. I just grabbed the only thing Wal-mart had last night at 11[img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/wow.gif[/img]0 so it will have to do.
It is called: Shultz Canadian Sphagnum Peat Moss.
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Ok. I am happy now because I wasn't sure. Thanks.