ejderuby
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What are the challenges of growing Venus' flytraps in India?
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Venus' flytraps need a dormant period for 3-4 months during the year. During this period they need cooler temperatures and less water. There are various different methods that you can research, but ...

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Why won’t my Venus flytrap eat its wax worms?
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Venus' flytraps bought from big stores commonly are mistreated, so when you buy them it's likely they're unhealthy. That may be why the traps are not functioning. Carnivorous plants should only be ...

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Roses in clay pot started to go bald
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"Looks like garden soil in those pots. ... Looks like a lot of clay, can't really tell, but watering every day is probably too much. Gotta have proper chemicals with which to do photosynthesis or ...

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Why would my citrus tree have dying twigs, burrowing insects and black scale?
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"Looks like the vascular system has been compromised and only a bit is left to function. The scraping bit is worrisome, the black might just be honey dew, bacteria growing on insect excrement and ...

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Orange seedling leaf browning, curling, slowed growth? Please help!
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"Water less (citrus is a plant of dry places), and give it also real sun. (so open windows or put them outside on sunny days): windows block sun." "I do not think you should repot (I ...

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My Venus flytrap’s mouths won’t shut
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Sometimes Venus' flytraps' leaves will turn convex when they don't get enough sunlight during the day. They need as much sun as is physically possible. Keeping them outside from sunrise to sunset is ...

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How long does it take for a Nepenthes vine to grow?
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From all the research I've done on the internet, Nepenthes take 5-10 years to become fully grown, so it takes about the same amount of time to begin growing like a vine. To speed up growth, there ...

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What are these white blades in my lawn?
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Grass renews itself quickly, and these white blades of grass appear to just be old grass that has been replaced by new grass. This is usually more noticeable when the grass was dry, such as when it ...

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Venus flytrap is yellow, growth stagnated
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My guess from what you wrote is that maybe it got too much sun too fast. Windows block UV rays, so putting it directly outside after sitting inside behind a window would expose it to too much UV that ...

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