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venus flytrap

Posted by stacey022188 none (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 14, 12 at 14:42

i bought this venus fly trap from lowes it had 2 bulbs in it so i planted them the way it said i now have two plants that i thought were going to be venus fly traps but it only seems like one is.i'm not sure if the long one i have is a venus fly trap or not because it hasn't grown any fly traps but the other one has but is alot smaller. is it a venus fly trap?


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RE: venus flytrap

The small one on the right is a VFT
The long tall one on the left is a Sarracenia


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RE: venus flytrap

that's not a sarracenia its a darlingtonia, or cobra plant. i can't really tell from the picture but it looks like one to me. does it have 2 little "fang" leaves coming from the mouth of the traps?


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RE: venus flytrap

I agree with "detchcheez" The long one is a Saaracenia AKA north americnan pitcher plant, & the small one is a VFt.

Boy these two plants are starving for light, they need to be places under full sunlight!


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