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Venus Flytrap is a small carnivorous herbaceous perennial that is best known for exhibiting motion to actively trap its prey with its notable leaves. It can be grown indoors or outdoors. Venus flytrap can be healthy in poor and acidic soil but still has good drainage. It loves being in high humidity. Therefore, keep the soil moist but don't let the plant stand constantly in water. It needs a minimum of 6 hours of direct sunlight, but avoid placing them in direct sunlight in summer. If growing it indoors, keep 4 to 7 inches away from fluorescent lights. Moreover, fertilizer is not needed for this plant because it gets nutrients from its prey.
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The Drosera Spatulata, also known as “Sundew” is a hardy carnivorous plant. It has a multi-lobed petiole. There is a fancy drop tubercle at the tip of its plate-shaped leaves which is the origin of its name. The mucilage in the crystal blisters is used for trapping insects. Taking care of the Drosera Spatulata is simple. Be careful not to expose it to direct sunlight as the Drosera Spatulata did not prefer direct sunlight. Nutrient-rich soil is recommended for carnivorous plants. Use demineralized water and constantly water when the soil dries out. Just follow these steps, and the Drosera Spatulata will grow happily and healthily.
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"Nepenthes" is one of the famous Carnivorous Plants. It is an ancient plant since the Greek period. The name Nepenthes comes from the word 'ne' meaning 'not' and 'penthes' meaning 'sorrow'. Therefore, it means that there is no suffering. Unlike other plants, this unique carnivorous plant does not have leaves because it has adapted its leaves to be like a pot and lures insects with vibrant colors like burgundy or pinkish red. With the ability to trap insects, people like to plant it for decorating their homes. Most Nepenthes prefer 50-80% light and should receive at least 5 hours of sunlight per day. Besides, it is a moisture-loving plant, so it is essential to keep the soil moist at all times.