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 Are venus fly traps multicellular?

Answer Venus flytraps, like all higher plants, are multicellular organisms that use photosynthesis to fix carbon into sugar molecules. However, Venus flytraps--and other carnivorous plants--supplement the... Read More »
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Venus fly traps?

They produce seeds and offsets which can be removed and planted separately... I know its a strange or exotic plant but dont waste your time growing one... They live less than a year inside a tereri... Read More »
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How do I look after Venus fly traps?

Keep the growing medium for your Venus fly trap moist at all times with distilled water, and keep the cover on it to promote humid conditions. From early spring to late fall, keep the plant in brig... Read More »
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What do Venus fly traps eat?

A Venus flytrap eats insects that are lured into its jaw-like traps. The traps secrete a sweet-smelling substance to lure the insects, and the traps close when the trigger hairs are stimulated. The... Read More »
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Where do Venus fly traps come from?

Venus fly traps (Dionaea muscipula) originate from North and South Carolina. They grow on the open plains without competition from trees and bushes. Venus fly traps sink their roots into peat bogs ... Read More »
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