Descriptions: Uniquely shaped unusual
plants with either pointy "teeth or hair"
like structures or large "pitchers".
Size: Flytraps grow from just a few inches
tall to pitcher plants that grow up to 48 inches
Symbolism: The flytrap symbolizes duplicity.
Grow Details: Flytraps have a reputation
for being difficult to grow.
Soil Type: Nutrient-poor
Soil PH: PH 4 to 5
Water: Moist to Soggy
Light: Full or Filtered Sun
Grow Zone: 8, 9, 10
Height: 4 inches to 48 inches.
Flower Colors: White, Pink, Purple
Red, Chartreuse Green
Blooming Period: May to June
Type: Pernnial - Carnivorous Plant
Herbal Remedy Properties: The Venus Fly
Trap contains a powerful immune modulator "naphthoquinone
Native Area: Flytraps are native in North
and South Carolina in the United States, specifically
within a 60-mile radius of Wilmington, North Carolina.
Other: North Carolina designated the venus
flytrap as the official state carnivorous plant