Venus Fly Traps at FlytrapStore.com

Which Venus Flytrap should I buy?

We offer a lot of different Venus Flytraps at FlytrapStore.com. It can be confusing for new enthusiasts to determine which to buy, so each of us has made a top-ten list of our own favorite Venus Flytraps to consider. List of favorite Venus Flytraps

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  1. Sawtooth
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    The Sawtooth, a striking and colorful Venus Flytrap cultivar, has rows of eye-catching highly-serrated saw-like "teeth" gracing the periphery of its traps. It grows sturdily upright with nice large traps, and develops beautiful red coloration on the interior of its traps. Sawtooth also reproduces more easily than other flytraps, producing more baby flytraps than usual. It is a very hardy and vigorous cultivar, great for a beginner, and a must-have for collectors. Learn More
  2. Fuzzy Tooth
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    Like Fused Tooth, a Venus Flytrap in which some or many of the marginal spines are fused together. Learn More
  3. Low Giant
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    The Low Giant Venus Flytrap clone is a spectacular plant that produces very large traps (rivaling even the B52) with broad leaves that grow prostrate (near the ground) year round in dense rosettes. It often develops a very deep red color in the traps. Learn More
  4. BZ Razorback
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    BZ Razorback, a colorful, ragged, short-toothed Venus Flytrap, was originally a plant produced from seed contributed to the Flytrap Store by longtime carnivorous plant grower Bob Ziemer and selected for propagation in the FlytrapStore tissue-culture lab. Learn More
  5. Green Dragon
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    The Green Dragon is a mutation of the Akai Ryu (Red Dragon) Venus Flytrap. Green Dragon is a very vigorous grower, unlike most red-leaved Venus Flytraps, and can produce remarkably large traps with very striking coloration. Learn More
  6. Dutch Delight
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    Voted the best commercial Venus Flytrap in the Netherlands in 2005, Dutch Delight matures into a large plant with big traps! Learn More
    As low as $19.95
  7. Royal Red
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    Royal Red bears large traps on long and graceful petioles, deep dark red with strikingly contrasting lime-green borders on the traps. It is an officially registered cultivar. Learn More
  8. Clayton's Red Sunset
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    Clayton's Red Sunset is a dark red Venus Flytrap that grows slowly, often has relatively thin leaves (petioles) and develops its best color in strong light. Learn More
  9. Justina Davis
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    Justina Davis is unique in that it is an all-green Venus flytrap, which is rare for a Venus flytrap. It will not develop any red coloration. It is a nice upright grower, with slender stalks and fully-functioning menacing traps! Learn More
  10. Bristletooth
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    As we walk through the greenhouse, it is Bristletooth that every time will catch our eye first. With its extraordinary bright red trap interiors with a striking contrasting trap margin, and its many very short and irregular "teeth" (the traps' marginal spines or cilia), it is a very striking Venus flytrap indeed. It is also quite vigorous, producing many offspring. Learn More
  11. Grun
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    Grun is a very hardy (one of the absolute hardiest) all-green Venus Flytrap cultivar, that grows upright with large traps and uniquely vivid green coloration only. Great Venus Flytrap for beginners. Learn More
  12. Creeping Death
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    The Creeping Death Venus Flytrap clone develops very long leaves terminated with above-average sized traps. Learn More
  13. Spider
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    Spider has extra-long leaf blades (the stems that the traps are attached to), so the leaves arch upward and then toward the ground like a spider's legs. Learn More
  14. UK Sawtooth II
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    The "UK Sawtooth II" is an awesomely colorful and bright Venus flytrap variety, with unique forked "teeth" similar to the well-known 'Sawtooth' Venus fly trap and 'Dentate Traps' varieties, with cilia that varies between those of these two varieties. The bright-red coloring of the UK Sawtooth II trap interiors really stands out. The UK Sawtooth II Venus Fly Trap is also a good parent plant, producing more natural divisions than many other types of Flytraps. Learn More
  15. Crested Petioles
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    Originating from Australia, the Crested Petioles Venus Flytrap can develop bumps, ridges and serrations in the upper part of the petiole where its flanges are widest and most prominent. Additionally Crested Petioles has a long, thin "stem" which joins the trap to the leaves, making the traps stand out more than on an average flytrap. Learn More
  16. Polish Dracula
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    "Polish Dracula" originates from an unknown grower in Poland. "Polish Dracula" has short, pointy teeth that often develop a red coloration which are reminiscent of blood-stained vampire fangs! It's an upright grower (when not Dormant), a beautiful vicious Flytrap! Note: Interestingly, the saw-tooth development for Polish Dracula is seasonal, showing up most strongly in the Summer. Learn More
    As low as $34.95
  17. Pygmy - Neotenic Clone D
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    Pygmy, also called Neotenic Clone D, is a Venus flytrap sourced from long-time carnivorous plant grower Bob Ziemer. It can flower at very small sizes and normally produces a single flower on a small, abnormally shaped flower stalk. In our care, Pygmy has grown into fairly normal sized specimens with excellent coloration and abnormally long teeth (cilia) similar to Phalanx. Learn More
  18. Dracula
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    'Dracula' originates from Trev Cox in Ireland. Trev created this beautiful flytrap by cross-breeding Dionaea "G14" and 'Dentate Traps' and selecting this wonderful plant from the resulting 200 seedlings. At this time, we do not stock 'Dracula' from Trev Cox, but do carry "Polish Dracula", a plant with very similar characteristics. Learn More
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  19. FTS Yellow
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    A FlytrapStore original clone raised from seed that was harvested in 2009, FTS Yellow is an amazingly colored banana-yellow flytrap! There are other Venus fly traps in circulation under the name "Yellow" but they all appear to be mostly green. "FTS Yellow" is definitely a true yellow flytrap! Learn More
    $39.95
  20. BCP Z11
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    BCP Z11 was declared the "best" Venus flytrap produced by Best Carnivorous Plants (BCP) tissue culture lab in Europe. BCP produces an exceptionally high number of Venus flytraps, so if this is one of their best cultivars, it has got to be a winner! We like the big trap potential (of course), and the nice vigorous upright growth. We also like that BCP Z11 can develop awesome coloration by the end of the summer growing season. A truly handsome addition to your collection. Learn More
  21. WIP Big Red Snapper
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    One of 4 plants in the WIP family of flytraps, selected by long-time carnivorous plant grower Bob Hanrahan, WIP Big Red Snapper is a larger-than-average Venus flytrap that is capable of getting good coloration on the interior of the traps. Learn More
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