Venus flytraps are not unlike that expensive sports car. They may look good, but require a lot of maintenance. Here’s a list of dos and don’ts for making that Venus flytrap grow.
Venus Flytraps only grow in wetlands in southeast North Carolina and northeast South Carolina. The carnivorous plants trap bugs to survive. They are protected, and poaching them was made a felony in North Carolina in December 2014.
Venus flytrap growing carnivore herbaceous of the genus Dionaea also known as Dionaea muscipula, Venus flytrap perennial evergreen used as ornamental plant, can grow in subtropics, mediterranean or temperate climate.