All of the photos of both plants ended up in the Asmodeus folder and I just realized my mistake yesterday (July 10th), so I'm starting this new thread to set the record straight
So here are a few photos of Carnivoria Crusader (NOT Asmodeus)!!
ChefDean wrote:Are these traps functional? Or just showy?Definitely functional! Both Crusader and Asmodeus have caught a number of bugs this year despite it being a poor "hunting" year for the flytraps. We've not had many flies yet and I'm not sure why. Last year by this time most of our flytraps were feasting. I guess it might be due to how dry it has been this summer?
Panman wrote:If you want flies, get a cow. I thought horses were bad, but cows travel with their own swarms.I guess I need to get a couple of pet cows
Matt wrote: ↑Tue Jul 12, 2022 7:50 pmWe've not had many flies yet and I'm not sure why. Last year by this time most of our flytraps were feasting. I guess it might be due to how dry it has been this summer?Maybe because it is dryer, but I have my plants in close proximity to the garbage can, so they get fed. The Sarrs filled up early this year with carpenter bees, but my flytraps are still looking at about a 50% filled rate vs about 80% last year.
Matt wrote:I guess I need to get a couple of pet cowsLeah would never let you turn them into steaks, but then again, you could just not tell her.
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