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Venus' Flytrap, Venus Flytrap, Venus's Flytrap, or Dionaea muscipula
... Venus' Flytrap, Venus Flytrap, Venus's Flytrap, or Dionaea muscipula Dionaea muscipula, the famous Venus' Fly Trap. What is the correct common name, anyway? While there are many ways to spell "Venus's", ... s" for simplicity. Other plants named after Venus (the Goddess) include: Venus' Looking-glass (Specularia) Venus' Comb (Scandix) Venus'-Hair Fern (Adiantum) "Venus Fly Trap" is not really correct as ...
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Venus' Fly Trap, Venus Flytrap, Venus's Flytrap growing
... Venus' Fly Trap, Venus Flytrap, Venus's Flytrap growing Caring for the Venus' Fly Trap - Dionaea muscipula. This amazing plant is native to a small region in ... . You can use a sharpened stick or dibble to make the hole. Grasp the flytrap in one hand and gently fold the leaves upward, so that the pale part ... push it back in and firm the soil more. Water thoroughly after planting. Return to Flytrap Page
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Venus's flytrap, Venus Flytrap, carnivorous plant, Akai Ryu
Venus's flytrap, Venus Flytrap, carnivorous plant, Akai Ryu Dionaea 'Akai Ryu', or 'Red Dragon', an all-red selection of Venus's Flytrap, developed at the Atlanta Botanic Garden by Ron Galliardo. Return to Flytrap Page
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Venus' Fly Trap, Venus Flytrap, Venus's Flytrap, Dionaea, carnivorous plant
... Venus' Fly Trap, Venus Flytrap, Venus's Flytrap, Dionaea, carnivorous plant Here's a close-up inside the jaws of a Venus' Fly Trap, Dionaea muscipula. These trigger hairs signal the trap to close when two ... have to look closely. This trap design makes the Venus' Fly Trap one of the most fascinating and famous carnivorous plants. Return to Flytrap page. Return to Home, Go to: Sarracenia, Nepenthes ...
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Bog Garden, Bog Plants
... garden. This design, especially good for Pitcher Plants (Sarracenia), hardy Sundews (Drosera), and the Venus's Flytrap (Dionaea), is intended for outdoor use in USDA zones 6 and warmer. Other plants that ... not needed outdoors. Enjoy the show! Return to Home, Go to: Sarracenia, Heliamphora Nepenthes, Sundews, Venus's Flytrap, Botanical Gems
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Sphagnum and Polytrichum mosses
... -800-556-7885, item#17392-B974. Return to Home, Go to: Sarracenia, Nepenthes, Heliamphora, Sundews, Venus's Flytrap, Botanical Gems
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Sarracenia, Pitcher Plant, Carnivorous plants, native plants, wildflowers
... season are combined in this fine hybrid. Return to Home, Go to: Nepenthes, Heliamphora, Sundews, Venus's Flytrap, Botanical Gems,
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Heliamphora, Marsh Pitcher, Venezuelan Pitcher Plant
... and cool conditions. Care information for Heliamphora Return to Home, Go to: Sarracenia, Nepenthes, Sundews, Venus's Flytrap, Botanical Gems
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Nepenthes, Pitcher Plant,carnivorous plants
... periods. An old and well-loved hybrid. Return to Home, Go to: Sarracenia, Sundews, Heliamphora, Venus's Flytrap, Botanical Gems
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Venus' Flytrap Flower
... Venus' Flytrap Flower The Venus' Flytrap, Dionaea muscipula, makes attractive flowers, as do many carnivorous plants. The flowers open to about ... , seedlings usually appear in 4-8 weeks. It can take several years for a seedling flytrap to reach maturity. Raising flytraps from seed is difficult, requiring patience and a lot of ...
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