A single species living in South and North Carolina and cultivars obtained recently. Traps jaws-shaped. Capture by rapidly and dramatically closing. Prey: insects, molluscs, small vertebrates. Digestion: enzymes. Assimilation through glands. Active carnivorous plant.
Description of M Rice in 2006. Cultivar whose entire foliage stays green all year, no pigmentation.
Obtaining of Mr Blancquaert in 2007. Amazing cultivar which can form double traps or secondary traps, sometimes only partial, on the inner or outer faces of the main traps. Flowering: 3/4, white flowers.
Obtaining of Mr Ziemer in 2006. Cultivar with red leaves, differing from Dionaea 'Akai Ryu' by a reduced size, rosette of 6 cm in diameter. Flowering: 3/4, white flowers.
Close to D. muscipula "prostrated", but garnet coloration at the center of the leaves.
Obtaining of M Carow in 1989. 8 cm in diameter. This mutation differing from the type plant by truncated lashes appearing like some triangular teeth as for a handsaw. Flowering: 3/4, white flowers.
Cultivar registered by Mr B. Rice in 2006. The whole appearance is very amazing due to an incomplete trap development, lobe margins have a very irregular indented shape without teeth. Flower is also different by its very lanceolate petals, almost filiform.
Type from from North Carolina in USA. Perennial plant, 15 cm in diameter. Erected leaves jaws-shapped whose center is slightly pink. Very rapid closure movement. Flowering: 3/4, white flowers. Active carnivorous plant.
Horticultural sélection of Mr P. D’Amato. Plant is apple green in spring, inner sides of the trap turn on a nice orange coloration in summer end and autumn, with redish margins.
Horticultural selection. Plant caracterized by its elongated, few opend and relatively numerous, close with each others.
Horticultural selection. Spectacular giant and filiform plant, traps havec an average of 3 cm length, they can reach 5 cm and supported by some 10 cm long petioles, reminding a spider shape to the plant.
Horticultural selection characterized by its large size and a nice bright red coloration of the inner side of the traps, extended onto the tooth. Lobes margin can have a red line. Flowering: 3/4, white flowers.
Obtaining of M Bily in 2008. This selection is aptly named since its traps seem to have melted, with a varaible presence of teeth on the edge lobe. The traps are mobile but capture often fail. Flowering : 3/4, white flowers.
Horticultural selection which differ by the lenght of the junction between petiole and trap, which can reach 2 - 3 cm long. Flowering: 3/4, white flowers.
Form close to the former, differing by the prostrate rosette in summer. Leaves are commonly over overlapped, the center is brightly red colored.
This horticultural selection of Dionaea muscipula with erected leaves, is characterized by its traps coloration. Inner and outer jaws are bright red coloured, except at the hinge and the external margin, at the teeth base, which remain bright green. Flowering: 3/4, white flowers.
Different from Dionaea muscipula by a rosette of erected leaves in summer with thin petioles, strap-shaped that can reach 6 to 8 cm tall.
Perennial plant, 15 cm in diameter. Erected leaves in summer. This crossing differs by the bright dark red colours of the inner face of the traps and lashes. Flowering: 3/4.
Obtaining of Mr Leonhardt in 2008. Cultivar with traps close to the Dionaea 'Cupped Trap' ones, differing by short and fused teeth and prostrated leaves. Flowering: 3/4, white flowers.
These Dionaea come from cuttings of our mother plants. These plants were not subjected to crossing with our stock of other Dionaea from different origins. The origins : the mother plants were purchased at the beginning of the 80's. At this time, Dionaea was not controlled by CITES and our batch came from a nursery in North Carolina in the USA. At our...
Obtaining of M Sbra in 2000. All red variation of Dionaea 'Sawtooth'. The rosette is smaller than other venus fly trap but it divise more importantly. Flowering: 3/4, white flowers.
Cultivar selected and registered by Mr S. Leonhardt in 2013. Caracterized by crestation in the petiole upper part. Inner side of the trap turn dark red on intense sun lights.
The provided plant came from unselected stock. The innocent hand of the person who prepares your order allow you at the reception to be surprised by discovering the variety sent (warning: the plant is labeled Dionaea. muscipula). To name it, you will have to compare to the venus flytrap pictures from our website.