The Venus Flytrap is a carnivorous plant that lives all over the world, but it is native to boggy areas in South and North Carolina.
Like other plants, Venus’ Flytraps collects nutrients from gases in the air and nutrients in the soil.
They live in poor soil and are healthier if they get their nutrients from insects.
Venus Flytrap, scientific name: Dionaea muscipula is one of the few carnivorous species of plant within the plant world.
Accordingly, people wonder about the biggest creatures they can lure and eat.
The Venus flytrap has evolved so that it can digest insects and grow traps appropriate to its prey.
It is, suggested that the best care for the Venus flytrap it to keep the environment humid, the soil moist, do not let the plants continually stand in water.
They should be, grown in a pot with drainage holes. However, If you have a Venus flytrap terrarium, be sure to place gravel below the soil to enable extra drainage.
Good air circulation is essential in the growth of the Venus flytrap.