Venus Flytrap - Big Mouth

$12.95

Ease to Grow: Easy to Moderate
Dormancy: Required
Native Range: Cape Fear River Basin, North and South Carolina
Zones: 6 to 9 (5-10)

Venus Flytrap Big Mouth is true to its name. It is a low growing plant with large gaping traps on short petioles. It tends to stay compact and does not typically express long upright petioles. It shows nice winter traps. It is an excellent and showy plant. It is an unofficial cultivar introduced by Tony Camilleri.

Plants are shipped bare-root, wrapped in damp sphagnum moss. In it's dormant season, it will be shipped as a dormant corm. Photographs are representative of the cultivar, and not the specific plant shipped.

Height: 1"-5"
Plant Type: Perennial, warm temperate
Bloom Time: June to July
Bloom Color: White
Soil: Upper Bog Mix or All-Purpose Mix
Light: Bright indoors, full sun to partial sun outdoors
Water: Consistently moist
Use: Grows well in the bog garden, greenhouse and indoors. It is an excellent subject for terrariums.

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Cute little plants, that arrived healthy!

They arrived bare root & I potted them in some soil in a container that holds water, to try to keep them going. So far, so good. (Almost a month, and they're still green!)

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Roger Elliott
Bigmouth fly trap

Received the Big mouth flytraps in good shape. I immediately transplanted into my (seepage) bog garden. Only one survived, but it seems hardy

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Vickie

Very nice, strong little baby fly trap; packed securely. Already has nice red traps.

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Corrado Alicata
Great quality

It took a second but finally saw my trap close once! In good spirits, great packaging, thanks!

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Mark A Bauer, MD
Want one of the most popular carnivorous plants?

If grown/raised properly, a venus flytrap is entertaining and always draws attention. I like them because they are low growing in general and fit in well with the taller pitcher plants, more or less filling visual gaps from the slender stems. In this larger version, I hope to show the small rod-like excrescences from each side of the open traps. This should do it. I received this plant ready for dormancy and it was placed in the frig with my usual/other plants for a few months (here in Wisconsin where we currently have freezing temps.

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