Friday, 2 April 2010

Caring For Carnvivorous Plants

Caring for carnivorous plants is far simpler than many would realize. Most complicate the process and to that end, many venus flytraps, pitcher plants and sundews fall foul of our otherwise well meaning attempts at caring for them.

All you need to do is replicate the conditions that nature already created for these stunningly exotic meat eating plants. A same kind of water (rain), bright but indrect light (sun) and a moist environment (most thrive in bogs) - and yu're halfway to owning a flourishing venus fly trap.

Carnivorous plant care really is that easy - so now you can buy and grow your own venus fly traps!

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