Absolutely, get a pet 'Venus Flytrap'.

I have never bought plants from petflytrap, but for sure the quality is extremely bad.
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Venus Fly Trap pictures are fascinating, wondrous, and scary! These plants are absolutely amazing, and pictures can hardly capture how unique they are. Check out our gallery of venus fly trap pictures and dream of your own fun pet plant. All pictures are taken of My Carnivore plants that are ready to ship to you!
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"It's like having a pet," he says. "You have to watch them. You only need to repot them when they get overcrowded. If you put a dead fly in a flytrap, you'll have to massage the hairs to get them to close." This week we interview Stephanie and Mike Howlett of Pet Fly Trap about Carnivorous Plants.
Photo provided by FlickrDid anybody buy a nepenthes ventrata from petflytrap, if so how big is the pitcher and was the shiping good, was the pitcher were still intact?
Photo provided by FlickrUse the RESCUE!® POP! Fly Trap outdoors near household garbage bins, compost piles, dog kennels and other pet areas.
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Purchase Venus flytraps in bulk for significant savings. Our bulk flytraps come ready for resale and are great for school fundraisers, garden centers, pet shops, and florists. to see our bulk Venus flytrap purchasing options.Contrary to popular belief, the Venus flytrap doesn't originate in the Amazon or another far off place of mystery. These interesting carnivorous plants are native to parts of North and South Carolina, and they're found forsale in garden centers and retail stores across the US. Many people want one of these intriguing plants, because to some, owning a Venus flytrap is like owning an exotic pet.

Most people don't have long-term success with Venus flytraps sold in stores. They take home the little plastic-domed container, pop off the lid, and play with their new insectivorous pet. The plant doesn't respond as expected, and it slowly dies due to lack of appropriate care.

Venus flytraps purchased close to fall are sometimes entering their dormant period. Not long after purchase, the traps begin turning black, and the plant appears to be dying. Many plants are thrown away when they were simply entering dormancy.pet crane-fly?Feeding a live bug to your plant is a little easier. It can be a little frustrating, trying toherd the bug into the trap. But your labors are more than paid back when the plantgoes snap! (You ghoul, you.)Once the leaf has closed, the plant will complete the task without your extra help.Flytrap for catching fruit flies to count .
Thread fitting for PET Plasticbottle .
The bait in the bottle is a mixture of 1/3rd redwine and 2/3rd apple vinegar
The openings have 30 ° slope to prevent ingress of rainwater .
At the top of the cap is a hole to attach a cord as a hanger .Choosing the right pot for your Venus fly trap is an important process. It can mean the difference between a small plant that struggles most of its life and a large, robust, healthy plant that flowers to produce a lot of seed and divides regularly. While Venus fly traps can get by in a wide variety of pot sizes and shapes, they prefer to have a pot with good vertical depth so that their roots have room to grow. Venus fly traps can be grown in anything from short 2 inch pots all the way up to pots as big as they come. I find that pots between 4 inches and 5 inches in depth are a good comprimise for space while still providing enough depth for the roots of the Venus fly trap. But in general, the deeper the pot, the better it will be for your pet Venus fly trap.To the left you will see a photo of a pot of young, but very hungry, Venus fly trap (Dionaea muscipula) seedlings. Of course, feeding my young pets is my very personal method, and a big nursery cannot take the time to do this for all of the plants they grow. Should they choose to augment the nutrition of their Venus flytraps, most will probably use foliar fertilizing (spraying or misting the traps and leaves) or very light doses of fertilizer added to the soil to increase nutritional upate by the roots.