A five-step guide to caring for Snapper, your very own Venus fly trap
Venus fly traps are a marvel of evolution. Named after the Roman goddess of love, the plants have adapted to live happily in nutrient-poor environments, such as bogs and wetlands, where they’ve evolved unique mechanisms to capture and digest insects.
These carnivores play a crucial role in maintaining the delicate balance of their natural ecosystems. By controlling insect populations, Venus fly traps help ensure the survival of other plant species and contribute to the overall health of their habitats, essentially serving as guardians of their native environments.