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transplanted dormat, is it dead?

Posted by flytrapqueen California (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 10, 13 at 22:22

I got my vft for x-mas, I left it in its cup it came in for like 2 weeks it was doing great! New growth green and vibrant. I transplanted it and it seemed to need sun. So I read and for
my climate it said I could leave it outside. I left it outside for one night and it looks like its dieing.
Did I make my vft go dormat? Did I shock my vft ? Did the difference in climate (indoor to outdoor )(then now its inside).I need help I don't want to loose my vft.

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RE: transplanted dormat, is it dead?

All plants need to be SLOWLY acclimated to outdoor conditions. Your plant may be a bit shocked. Post a photo if you can.

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