Dionaea muscipula B-52
Sample of Venus Flytraps For Sale in the Marketplace
Unique biology of a B-52 Venus flytrap
When exposed to bright sunlight, traps of a B52 Venus flytrap have bright red interiors, and green exteriors. The most noticeable characteristic is the huge trap – one of the largest Venus flytrap traps. This makes the B52 a highly desirable addition to any grower’s collection.
Other notable characteristics
Other Venus flytrap varieties, subspecies & hybrids
Venus flytrap ‘Gremlin’
As the name suggests, this Venus flytrap cultivar divides like gangbusters! It's definitely one mogwai you'll want to give water and feed after midnight because mo' 'Gremlin' Venus flytraps are mo' better.
Dionaea ‘Big Mouth’
Sometimes a name says it all. This Venus flytrap produces large, red-mouthed traps that cluster at ground level like a bouquet of death.
With its menacing teeth and snapping jaws, it’s no surprise that the Venus flytrap has become the poster-child of carnivorous plants. This famous plant’s animalistic appearance almost makes it feel as though it is a thinking, calculating predator.
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Dionaea muscipula ‘King Henry’
Dionaea muscipula 'King Henry' A monster of a Venus flytrap, Dionaea muscipula 'King Henry' is a cultivar first bred by Don Elkins of Mesa Exotics. It was selectively bred for its large size, and [...]
Not named for the massive B-52 bomber, but might as well be, the B-52 flytrap is a massive traps surpassing 2 inches in length.
Dionaea muscipula var. Dentate Dentate Venus flytrap cultivars are known for fuzed teeth which appear shorter and more triangular than normal flytrap teeth. The word "dentate" (den·tate/'dentat/adjective) means having a toothlike or serrated edge. - A [...]