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by Andy B on December 05, 2006 03:06 AM
I am a novice gardener and have several venus fly traps. i appreciate they are currently dormant but on one plant there are growing two long stems. One is about six inch and the other about ten. Will they flower? What do I do as they are growing rapidly? Is this normal?
Please help a wet behind the ears gardener on the right path.
by TomR on December 06, 2006 08:56 AM
You could cut them off if they are dormant but I'd maybe leave them alone. It won't kill them. How long have they been dormant? You can cut them off if you want. Either way they should be o.k.

Tom

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