dionaea muscipula, commonly known as the venus fly tap, is a carnivorous plant native to subtropical wetlands on the east coast of the united states in north carolina and south carolina.

dionaea muscipula, commonly known as the venus fly tap, is a carnivorous plant native to subtropical wetlands on the east coast of the united states in north carolina and south carolina.

Venus Flytraps are very easy to grow. The more light they get, the more colorful they become. The less light, the less color, but they grow bigger. Peat moss, distilled water, and warm temps are all that are needed.

Venus Flytraps are very easy to grow. The more light they get, the more colorful they become. The less light, the less color, but they grow bigger. Peat moss, distilled water, and warm temps are all that are needed.

Still haven't gotten creative enough to create a pretty terrarium with my CPs. This one is nice.

A nerdfest about 5 carnivorous plants -- including one you can grow today

Still haven't gotten creative enough to create a pretty terrarium with my CPs. This one is nice.

better looking than a bug zapper! Carnivorous plants will be doing the work in my garden this summer.

better looking than a bug zapper! Carnivorous plants will be doing the work in my garden this summer.

Kokedama pitcher plants to tackle insect problems within the home :) Having in wash sector in this way ensure it gets passively watered via moisture/humidity in air

Kokedama pitcher plants to tackle insect problems within the home :) Having in wash sector in this way ensure it gets passively watered via moisture/humidity in air

Tired of gnats around the kitchen sink? Or just feeling adventurous? Grow carnivorous plants and never struggle with flies again.

4 fly-eating plants to grow indoors (and how to keep them happy)

Tired of gnats around the kitchen sink? Or just feeling adventurous? Grow carnivorous plants and never struggle with flies again.

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