kevinqwe wrote:If you cross pollinate, could u use like for example a rose or like any flower i see in the park?
No, I don't think so. I'm not a geneticist, but I don't think that plants or animals are often fertile outside of their genus. For example, you can cross-pollinate (aka hybridize) many (all?) species of Nepenthes, all species of Sarracenia and many (all?) species of Heliamphora. But you can't cross-pollinate a Dionaea with a Drosera or any other genus. One exception I know of is orchids. Some genera of orchids are able to be crossed, but I think this is pretty rare.