Venus Flytrap, one of the wonders of the world. The plant characterised by its teeth-like structures on the leaf called cilia, while the inside has red pigmentation that attracts insects. They do well in bright day.The plants loves to be in moist soil . The Venus Flytrap plant is not considered toxic to pets or people.
It comes in 100mm nursery pot.
BRIGHTNESS - Place the plant in the brightest spot you have.
WATERING - you can quite easily leave it sitting in an inch of water in a drip tray from time to time.
FEED - Never feed a Venus Flytrap with fertiliser. Being carnivorous they gather all the nutrients they need from the flies and other small insects they trap and digest.
REPOTTING - The general rule is that, you should look to repot once in a year or every two years in Spring or Summer. Unless your plant has outgrown its existing pot there is no real need to upgrade to a new size.