Dionaea muscipula La Grosse à Guigui stands out with its robust and impressive growth, showcasing larger traps compared to typical Venus flytrap specimens. The traps of Dionaea muscipula La Grosse à Guigui often exhibit vibrant shades of green, complemented by striking red pigmentation along the inner surfaces.
Chances are you’ve heard of this botanical wonder even if you are new to carnivorous plants. Native to the Carolinas, the Venus flytrap (Dionaea muscipula) is easy to grow outdoors or in a sunny windowsill in most of the USA.
The Venus flytrap grows alongside other carnivores in boggy, open savannahs. For many years, misinformation spread that stated flytraps were hard to grow or required very stringent horticultural requirements. Fortunately, this couldn’t be farther from the truth! The Venus flytrap is a hardy plant, capable of being grown outdoors in nearly every state in the USA (some winter accommodation may be required for harsh northern winters and for desert summers). Our plants grow outside in the burning Texas sun year round and have even taken cold fronts down to 15 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter with no ill effects. See our Venus flytrap growing guide for more information.
Bare-root rhizome plants are recommended for experienced growers only. Please see the terms associated with them.