How to Label the Parts of a Venus Flytrap?

Answer The Venus flytrap, Dionaea muscipula, native to North Carolina, bears the distinction of being the world's fastest-moving plant. A flytrap snaps shut in a fraction of a second, closing its spiked j... Read More »

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How big is a venus flytrap?

The carnivorous plant Venus Flytrap ranges in size and height according to environment. Flower stalks can reach 14 inches and the leaves up to 4.5 inches, including the trap of up to 1.5 inches.Sou... Read More »

How do I grow a Venus flytrap?

PlantingPlant your Venus flytrap (Dionaea muscipula) in a large aquarium filled with a soil mixture that is 2/3 sphagnum moss and 1/3 sand, with a layer of gravel at the very bottom. Place a large... Read More »

How do I care for a Venus flytrap?

Simulated EnvironmentSimulate a healthy environment for your Venus flytrap by providing high humidity, plenty of moisture, bright light and acidic soil. Terrariums, old aquariums or even jars make ... Read More »

Roots of the Venus Flytrap?

Venus flytraps grow in poor soil types, often in bogs in the southern United States, and they are very easy to grow both indoors and outdoors. The roots of the Venus flytrap serve to anchor the pla... Read More »