Hmmm, well, I live in north Texas. Here lately we've been seeing temperatures of up to 110 degrees. I am a little concerned about my poor little flytraps. They stay on my balcony where they get direct morning sun, which is not that hot, but remain in indirect sunlight during the remainder of the day (when it's the hottest). This is because the balcony sits right behind a huge hill. They seem well adapted and are doing extremely well under these conditions. My concern now is that it is now August, and sometimes the temperature in the shade has been reaching 103 degrees or so on really hot days. I'm afraid that if I bring them inside for this hot spell, they might get shocked, but on the other hand, I don't want them to burn up to death. Like I said, they are currently doing well, but I'm wondering if this extreme weather will have any ill effects on them in the future. Does anyone have any advice or think that they have adapted to Texas heat well enough to handle it?