Common Name: Venus Fly Trap.
Description: Rosette of toothed, folded leaves.
Light: Bright, indirect or direct light.
Water: Keep pots in a shallow pool of water. Provide humidity.
Origin: Native to subtropical wetlands of North Carolina.
Interesting Facts: Charles Darwin called the Venus Fly Trap "the most wonderful plant in the world". Venus fly traps attract their prey using sweet nectar. Once two trigger hairs are touched, the trap closes and locks the prey in. Digestive enzymes will dissolve the victims soft tissues and the trap absorbs this nutritious soup.