Carnivorous plants use specialized foliage to attract and trap their prey, such as insects and small animals.
Your Venus Flytrap prefers bright indirect light. It will tolerate lower light, but growth may slow.
Water when the top 25% of the soil is dry, do not allow the soil to dry out completely. Water until liquid flows through the drainage hole at the bottom of the pot and discard any water that has accumulated in the saucer.
Your Venus Flytrap will greatly benefit from added humidity. You can add humidity for your Venus Flytrap by misting them, adding a humidifier nearby, or using a pebble tray.
Your Venus Flytrap will thrive in average room temperatures between 15-25 degrees.
Your Venus Fly Trap does not need any fertilizer, as it gains nutrition from the insects it traps and digests. Using fertilizer can actually harm it, as it is not used to living in nutrient-rich soils.
Your Venus Fly Trap is mildly toxic and may cause digestive issues if ingested.
If you do not have many insects in your home and want to give them a little treat, you can feed them a recently dead or live insect such as a fly, roach, or spider once every month. Make sure that the insect fits into their traps easily.