- May 27, 2007
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Another quick question...I recently discovered that in the wetland part of our property next to our neighbors house there are a lot of spots where sphagnum moss is growing, a lot more than I thought I would ever find around here actually. Anyways, I have a few Sarracenias and Venus fly traps that I want to try to plant in the moss to naturalize there and I was wondering what the hardiness is of both are. I already have a native sundew planted there and just moved a sarracenia rubra or minor, I think rubra, there. They are really small ones that I think I got at lowes. I had the pitcher plant in with a Nepenthes but I know that they need a dormant period so I decided to put it down in the moss. I just hope it makes it through the winter. So what does everyone think, that they'll make it or not?