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www.flytrapcare.com/feed-a-venus-fly-trap

Feed a Venus flytrap! To actually feed a Venus flytrap, simply put the little meatball on the tip of a toothpick and then stick it in the trap to be fed and gently move it around inside the trap. The trigger hairs will be stimulated, and the trap will snap shut! On seedlings, the traps often close more slowly, so have patience when feeding ...

homeguides.sfgate.com/feed-venus-flytrap-besides-flies-74368.html

The Venus flytrap's modified leaves look like hinged green clam shells with long teeth and nectar glands along the edges. Insects attracted to the nectar enter the open trap to feed, activating ...

www.carnivorousplants.co.uk/blog/what-should-i-feed-my-venus-flytrap

If you want your Venus flytrap to be happy and grow big colourful traps, there are lots of things you should do before thinking about what to feed it for dinner. It might sound boring, but your little plant will be much healthier with proper watering, lots of bright sunlight, and - in the longer run - a cold winter dormancy than with bits of ...

www.thecarnivoregirl.com/the-venus-fly-trap-food-guide-feed-those-hungry-mouths

Feeding your flytraps is fun, but should be done with proper care and technique to ensure the plant is not damaged or stressed out. If you read my Five Venus Flytrap Facts post, you know that feeding is not a necessary part of flytrap care. However, I know some folks really get a kick out of watching the traps go, so I’ve put together this guide on Venus fly trap food and proper feeding ...

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www.bhg.com/gardening/houseplants/care/grow-venus-flytrap

What do Venus flytrap plants eat? The name says it all: The Venus flytrap eats flies (or other small insects). The prey must be alive when caught. Dead flies won't work in Venus flytrap feeding; the insect must move around inside the trap or the trap cannot consume and digest it.

dengarden.com/gardening/Hungry-Venus-10-Things-On-How-to-Care-for-a-Venus-Fly-Trap

The Venus flytrap (Dionaea muscipula) is a carnivorous plant native to the bogs of North and South Carolina.In these regions, they grow in sandy soil that is high in moisture and acidity but nutrient-deficient, thus, the evolution of its insect-eating ability.

venusflytrapcenter.com/venus-flytrap-feeding

Venus Flytrap feeding is based around the trapping and digestion of insects. But Venus Flytraps are not meat eaters. They are insect digesters! Venus Flytrap plants really don't need to catch many insects to maintain their nutrient levels. One large insect will supply a Venus Flytrap with enough nutrients to sustain the plant for a long time.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=XjiRh2dmPgM

Sorry the outer circle of the macro lens showing! Kinda hard to see the LCD screen with the brightness in my eyes :P Still, quite a nice video I think :) If you like what you see and want your own ...

www.wickedbotany.com/care-guides

Venus flytraps must have distilled water, reverse osmosis water or clean rain water (not collected from an asphalt-shingled roof). A Venus flytrap’s soil must be kept moist at all times. Normally, this is done by keeping the pot in a shallow dish of water. A cheap, $2.00, 2-gallon jug of distilled water will last a single flytrap a very long ...