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Venus Fly Trap: Growing And Care Of Venus Flytraps [8 Tips & More]
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Venus Fly Trap: Growing And Care Of Venus Flytraps [8 Tips & More]

The Venus Fly Trap plant (Dionaea muscipula) is a carnivorous plant native to the United States.In the western US, you will find them in sandy areas. On the east coast, you find these exotic plants in the savannas and swampy areas of North Carolina and South Carolina.Because the soil of their natural habitats is typically lacking in nutrients, flytraps obtain their nutrition elsewhere – they eat bugs.

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Venus Fly Trap: Growing And Care Of Venus Flytraps [8 Tips & More]

The Venus Fly Trap plant (Dionaea muscipula) is a carnivorous plant native to the United States.In the western US, you will find them in sandy areas. On the east coast, you find these exotic plants in the savannas and swampy areas of North Carolina and South Carolina.Because the soil of their natural habitats is typically lacking in nutrients, flytraps obtain their nutrition elsewhere – they eat bugs.
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Venus Fly Trap Turning Black – Why?

Venus fly trap (Dionaea Muscipula), as its name suggests, is a small carnivorous plant.Featuring hinged leaves lined with teeth around the edges, the plant is known for its unique characteristic of catching and eating small insects.The plant is native to the subtropical wetlands of North and South Carolina and is the only member of the genus Dionaea, from the Droseraceae or sundew family.
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Pitcher Plant Care: Learn To Grow The Carnivorous Nepenthes

The “Pitcher Plant” Nepenthes nee-pen’-theez is perfect for those with green thumbs.Nepenthes tends to be a bit of a challenge to grow. It’s a carnivorous plant type with a unique look requiring special care.The strange “pitchers” growing on the ends of Nepenthes leaves gives the plant its common name of “pitcher plant.
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Cape Sundew Plant: Learning To Grow and Care For Drosera Capensis

The Cape Sundew, Drosera capensis (Dra-si-ra Cap-PEN-sis) is a carnivorous plant found only in the gardens of true plant lovers.The species belongs to the Droseraceae family and Drosera genus. More commonly known as the Sundew plant, and it never ceases to amaze.It lures, captures, and digests small bugs and insects (like the Venus flytrap) using its sticky leaves, which are covered with brightly colored tentacles.
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