Pink “teeth”

I’ve had this particular Venus fly trap for several years.  This is the first time I have ever seen the “teeth” turn pink.  That was new, and interesting I thought.

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We’ll have to be moving them back inside for the winter again soon.  But I’ll let them get a few more frosts.  Going into a dormant period is good for the long-term health of the fly trap.  But we have too many long stretches of very cold weather, to be able to leave them out year-round.  We are a bit colder than their native state of North Carolina.

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