How Does the Venus Flytrap Reproduce?

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A Venus Flytrap can reproduce in two ways. If your plant produces flowers on a tall stalk then those flowers will produce tiny seeds. A Venus Flytrap can also reproduce via the rhizome. You can find more information here: http://www.botany.org/bsa/misc/carn.html
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The Venus flytrap (Dionaea muscipula) not only consumes insects for food, it also needs insects for pollination to make a new generation. In order to attract the insects, the mature
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The venus fly trap needs insect for pollination to make a new generation.
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1. Buy a Venus flytrap bulb. The most common, and easiest, way to start growing a Venus flytrap is to purchase a bulb (or several bulbs) from a company that specializes in growing
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How Does the Venus Flytrap Reproduce?
The Venus flytrap (Dionaea muscipula) not only consumes insects for food, it also needs insects for pollination to make a new generation. In order to attract the insects, the mature Venus flytrap will grow a very long stalk so that the insects won't get... More »
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