Dionaea muscipula ‘Venus Flytrap’
The Venus flytrap is a flowering plant best known for its carnivorous eating habits. The “trap” is made of two hinged lobes at the end of each leaf. On the inner surfaces of the lobes are hair-like projections called trichomes that cause the lobes to snap shut when prey comes in contact with them. Venus flytrap’s flourish in nutrient-poor soils.
Light Requirements: Full sun.
Water Requirements: Prefers moist soil.
Toxic to Pets? No