The most famous carnivorous plant out there: who isn't captivated by the idea of a meat-eating plant? A unique adaptation to surviving in super-low nutrient habitats, those tiny toothsome traps can devour all manner of tiny creatures. Attracted by a sweet nectar, various bugs and small crawlies will wander in and trigger the tiny hairs inside each trap. Snap!
These swamp-loving plants need to be constantly moist: place their pot into a dish or container with 1cm of water, and do not allow them to dry out. We recommend purified or rainwater.
Requires direct sun for healthy growth. Place your flytrap in the brightest location that you have. A South or East-facing windowsill is ideal. In low light they will become pale and spindly.
No known toxic effects to cats, dogs, other pets or humans.
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