venus fly trap

Venus Fly Trap

Venus Flytrap Care

– Grow them in a plastic pot with good drainage.
– Water them with distilled water or rainwater, not tap water.
– Give them 12 hours of direct sunlight.
– Feed them small insects if they appear unhealthy.
– Give them less water and sunlight during dormancy.
– Repot them as they grow.
– Prune dead or dying flytraps.
– Don’t let the flytraps flower.
– Resist poking the traps.

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The Venus flytrap (Dionaea muscipula) is a carnivorous plant native to the bogs of North and South Carolina. In these regions, they grow in sandy soil that is high in moisture and acidity but nutrient-deficient, thus, the evolution of its insect-eating ability. Flytraps, like all plants, get their food from the soil and through photosynthesis, but they also eat insects to supplement their nutrient demands. The ability to live in unforgiving soil and catch their own food makes Venus flytraps one of the easiest plants to care for.