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Monday, August 8, 2011

Double headed Venus fly trap.

Have been growing Venus Fly traps for a number of years. Never having seen this happen before it was a surprise to find that this plant had produced two "mouths" on the same stem.


4 comments:

  1. Woopra broke ya blog!

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  2. Fascinating plants. Is that very unusual?

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    1. Not sure. On first noticing it seem to remember doing a google search on it without turning up anything. Having grown them for a number of years now this is the first time it has happened. Think they had a bad check due to cold which might have caused it.

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  3. Hey, im from Brazil and one of my venus fly trap leaf has 2 traps too. I wish i could make all leafs have 2 traps, but i don't know if it's possible. Like, i was going to try propagate this leaf by "leaf pulling" but my plant is too young, might not work...
    :P

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