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FlytrapStore.com

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We have been growing thousands of Venus flytraps and carnivorous plants for many years and can help provide any sort of care guidance for Venus flytraps and many other carnivorous plants.

Christopher Littrell

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I am capable of answering questions about the most common carnivorous plants found in cultivation. I have no personal experience with Byblis, Drosophyllum, Aldrovanda, and Heliamphora. I have not cultivated gemmae forming pygmy sundews nor tuberous sundews. For information regarding those aforementioned species, I would suggest contacting other experts. I can answer questions regarding most species of Nepenthes, tropical and temperate Drosera, Mexican Pinguicula, Sarracenias, and Dionaea. I have some limited experience with growing Utricularia, Cephalotus, and Darlingtonia.

Sarracenia Northwest

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If your carnivorous plant is showing poor growth, discoloration, abnormal leaves or possible infestation, the expert growers at Sarracenia Northwest can help! They have a great depth of experience dealing with diseases, pathogens, and abnormal growth in carnivorous plants.

Before submitting your question, please read their care guides on their main website. Many issues can be addressed by simply adjusting your growing conditions as recommended in the care guides. Click here to read the care guides.

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2016-09-23 Bloodmeal:

No, I wouldn't recommend this because it can burn the roots if you use too much of it.  Besides, we haven't tested it with our plants, so it's not something I can readily recommend.    The primary nutrient

2016-09-22 Too crowded?:

Your plant looks perfectly fine.  That's how they grow.  They will remain short and compact for the first few years.  When they mature, they will enter a vining stage.  Truncata is the slowest growing

2016-09-22 N. x Fancy Fish - flowers?:

Sometimes it takes a while for Nepenthes to acclimate to their new home.  Some Nepenthes I've purchased from other growers have taken up to a year to produce a set of new pitchers.  This is especially

2016-09-20 Zone 6a winterizing:

Hi Rob,    In general, all flytrap handle the same temperatures since they are native to a zone 8 climate.  In zone 6, you will need to take special precautions on all plants, regardless of the variety

2016-09-19 Mealybugs:

Hi Jason,    Acephate works quite well.  Following up with the Talstar is probably a good plan since that will help kill crawlers too, and has good surface residual activity.  Be sure to coat leaves well

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