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Where can I find more information about Venus fly traps?

Where do Venus flytrap seeds come from?

  • These Venus flytrap seeds originate from southeastern North Carolina. The wild-growing Venus flytrap parent plants of these seeds are tended to and cared for on a private property of a licensed Venus flytrap seed seller.

How do you take care of a Venus flytrap?

  • Keep moist at all times, rainwater or distilled water are preferred. Plants should not be fertilized (so therefore should be separated from your other plants). The insects it catches provide natural nourishment. Select a sunny window for your Venus Flytrap. In replanting only use sphagnum! Peat moss will do in a pinch.

What is a bimbo Venus flytrap?

  • The leaves and traps of Dionaea 'Bimbo' are among the largest of all Venus flytrap cultivars. Traps are up to 5cm in length and are borne on leaf bases that may be 10cm in length or more. In addition to its impressive size, Bimbo is also capable of attaining extremely dark red coloration on its trap interiors.

Where can I find more information about Venus fly traps?Where can I find more information about Venus fly traps?

Hope you enjoy the site, and welcome to the Venus Fly Trap world! To learn about Venus Fly Traps and other carnivorous plants and how to grow them, visit our companion site, FlytrapCare.com and join the discussion at the FlytrapCare Forum. Legally-harvested Wild Venus flytrap seed now available!

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Will Bone Dry Kill a Venus Fly Trap plant?Will Bone Dry Kill a Venus Fly Trap plant?

I bought this plant at my local B&Q last week. When I bought it it was bone dry, which can kill venus fly traps. It's a good thing I did some online research before following the care information, as the information given would have killed my plant.

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Are there wild Venus flytrap seeds available?Are there wild Venus flytrap seeds available?

Legally-harvested Wild Venus flytrap seed now available! We are excited to offer for the very first time this year (2021) legally and sustainably harvested, wild Venus flytrap seed !! These Venus flytrap seeds originate from southeastern North Carolina.

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What is a bimbo Venus flytrap?What is a bimbo Venus flytrap?

The leaves and traps of Dionaea 'Bimbo' are among the largest of all Venus flytrap cultivars. Traps are up to 5cm in length and are borne on leaf bases that may be 10cm in length or more. In addition to its impressive size, Bimbo is also capable of attaining extremely dark red coloration on its trap interiors.

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