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Grow your own Venus Fly Trap
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Help to keep your home insect free with our fantastic GrowYourOwnVenusFlyTrap! Here is your chance to grow a carnivorous and mysterious tropical plant.Inside the ingenious box is everything you need to get growing, including plant seeds, a compost pellet and a terracotta pot. Presented in an attractive, brightly coloured gift box, it's a simple matter to add a little water to the special compost in the mini-flower pot, plant the VenusFlyTrap seeds and then let nature take its course.
GrowYourOwnVenusFlyTrap: Learn Care and Feeding of a Carnivorous Plant!
Enter the mysterious realm of a true oddity-a carnivorous plant. The book that comes with this kit leads you on an absorbing journey from a contemplation of how the flytrap works without muscles or nerves to the care and feeding of the plant. Scientists as well as everyday gardeners are fascinated by this natural wonder, which-despite its primeval exoticism-is actually indigenous to the southern U.S. The kit contains Venus Flytrap seeds, mini planter, peat pellet, sand, sealable plastic bag for a...
Can also be used as a foliar spray for pests above ground.. Some pests don't live in the soil and need to be targeted overground. Wait until you can see your targets (caterpillars) or at least signs of their activity (thrips, sawfly). Then spray all the infected areas, aiming directly at the targets. Contact with the pest is essential. As you are not going to hit 100% first time around, and as more might hatch out, it is important to do more than one application. Three applications...
GrowYourOwnVenusFlyTrap, no we're not kidding. There are very few examples of veg being able to get its own back against all of us fauna, and the VenusFlyTrap is probably the most famous. It may seem strange that of all the meat a VenusFlyTrap chooses to eat, it picks flies, yuk, still we guess they're easy to catch. You don't often see a plant bringing down a bounding gazelle now do you - even if they do taste better. Their natural home is South Carolina in the USA, and they can be a challenging...