Houseplants Size Chart
Short, sword-shaped leaves arch outward from a central rhizome. Foliage is tipped with toothy, sometimes red-mouthed, moving spring-traps. Grows vigorously in a bright window or outside in morning or filtered sun. In spring, white flower clusters bloom atop tall stems.
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- Mature Size: 1"-6" tall, 4"-6" width
- Light Requirement: Morning Sun or Very Bright Light
- Water Needs: Very High
- Growth Habit: Rosette, Arching
- Growth Rate: Moderate
- Attributes: Evergreen, Pet Friendly, Cold Hardy
Green Thumb Guide
Must be grown in low nutrient soils such as a peat moss/sand mixture. Keep pot sitting in at least an inch or two of distilled or rain water at all times. Do not allow to dry out. Flytraps usually need at least 6-8 hours of direct sunlight a day. Always slowly acclimate your new plant to intense light. Cannot tolerate temperatures over 90° or their sensitive roots will die. From October to February, plant enter a dormancy where most of the traps will turn black and die. Flytraps are best overwintered outdoors to ensure this dormancy. Keep soil wet during this period, but not sitting in water. New leaves will spring to life around March when the weather warms and days get longer.