Venus Fly Traps at FlytrapStore.com

These Venus Flytrap cultivars (cultivated varieties) have been officially registered at the International Carnivorous Plant Society a list of which can be seen here: ICPS Registered Cultivar List. We also maintain a list of Dionaea muscipula cultivars at the FlytrapStore.com sister website, FlytrapCare.com: Official Venus Flytrap Cultivars at FlytrapCare.com

FlytrapStore.com currently grows and offers most of the registered cultivars and has several of the remaining registered cultivars under development and in propagation.

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

Registered Cultivars

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  1. Schuppenstiel I
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    Schuppenstiel I, which means "scary stalk" in German, is a Venus Flytrap with extreme scaling, or cresting, on the leaf-bases. The scaling gives the leaves a "rough" look similar to human skin when viewed up close! It can also develop bright red attractive coloration on trap interiors. Unique and scarily beautiful! Learn More
    As low as $29.95
  2. Alien
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    'Alien' is a Venus fly trap clone originating from Europe that has extremely elongated traps and unique looking teeth that give it the appearance of the terrifying alien from Ridley Scott's famous film. Its traps can grow surprisingly large, and it is a very hardy cultivar. Learn More
  3. G16
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    Also known as "Slack's Giant", G16 is a giant Venus flytrap clone with excellent deep red coloration on the interior of the traps, and nice upright growth. An absolute stunner of a plant! Late in the year this flytrap always draws our eyes to it with the excellent coloration and extremely large traps. One of our favorite flytraps here at the FlytrapStore, G16 is highly recommended for any flytrap collection! Seasonal note: G16 develops its coloration variably, and more obviously during the active growing season as the summer progresses. Fun to watch! Learn More
    As low as $33.95
  4. Coquillage
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    'Coquillage' is the french word for "shell" and refers to the shape of the trap which resembles a seashell, especially when closed. Nothing else can be mistaken for Coquillage, as it is extremely unique. In addition to its unique beauty, Coquillage is also extraordinarily hardy and grows very well. Learn More
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  5. Bohemian Garnet
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    Bohemian Garnet is distinct most notably for its striking deep red coloring and its unique saw-like teeth. It is also unique for its red-leafed compact petite size, with mature plants typically only reaching 2 to 3 inches in diameter, bested only by Petite Dragon in this category. It was first bred in the Czech Republic (Bohemia), and named after the beautiful gem, garnet. The Bohemian Garnet multiplies more than average, with many baby flytraps. This Venus Flytrap has the distinction of being an officially registered cultivar. Learn More
  6. Korean Melody Shark
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    Korean Melody Shark is a very unusual and rare Venus Flytrap. The petioles (the long part of the leaf that supports the trap) of Korean Melody Shark lack flanges, and therefore resemble jungle vines, sometimes curling around in squiggly shapes. The traps are uniquely shaped like music notes, and are colored a pleasing light tangerine color. The cilia are even unique, with a jagged sawtooth-like pattern. Overall, about as unique of a flytrap as you can find, and really out-of-this-world looking. Learn More
    As low as $29.95
  7. Wacky Traps
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    It doesn't get much more unique than this one! Venus Flytraps are already unique and rare, but Wacky Traps is truly an awesomely wacky Venus Flytrap, sporting jagged traps that goes this-way-and-that, never what you expect. It is made of uniquely thick plant tissue, giving it a cactus-like feel, and providing hardiness against the elements. It can develop cool spotted red-toned coloration on the trap interiors. Wacky Traps used to be almost impossible to get until Matt obtained it from overseas. A collector's item for sure; quite a find. It is a genetically smaller plant than the "giant" flytraps, instead putting its energy into its wackiness! Learn More
    As low as $34.95
  8. 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
  9. Big Mouth
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    The Big Mouth Venus Flytrap is prized for its large traps, deep color and neat growth habit. Unlike most Venus Flytraps that grow taller and thinner during the summer and can look a little "leggy" and unkempt, Big Mouth's leaves grow prostrate in a neat rosette close to the ground year round. Learn More
  10. B52
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    B52 is known as the famous "World's Largest Traps" Venus Flytrap. Though it may be dethroned from this title by the newly released DC XL Venus Flytrap, it is nonetheless without question one of the most impressive Venus Flytraps that exist, developing huge wide traps, and often exhibiting striking bright red color on its trap interiors. It is truly a superior Venus Flytrap, in a class of its own. Learn More
  11. Fused Tooth
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    The Fused Tooth Venus Flytrap has marginal spines that are fused together in various and fascinating ways, giving it a very distinctive and otherworldly appearance. It is definitely one of the most unique Venus Flytraps, and can also develop beautiful red coloration on the trap interiors. 'Fused Tooth' is an officially registered Venus Flytrap cultivar. Note: Interestingly, the fusing of the marginal spines of Fused Tooth is variable and seasonal, most fused in Summer and early Fall, least fused during late Fall, Winter and early Spring. Learn More
  12. 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
    As low as $24.95
  13. Jaws
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    A favorite of everyone at FlytrapStore.com, Jaws is a vicious looking large-trapped Venus Flytrap, the result of a cross between Dentate Traps and a vigorous unnamed Flytrap. In addition to the traps being extra-large, they are often a deep, bloody red, especially into the Summer. Jaws is an attractive upright grower (when not Dormant). Note: Interestingly, the saw-tooth development for Jaws is seasonal, showing up most strongly in the Summer. Learn More
    As low as $26.95
  14. Purple Haze
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    Purple Haze is an offspring of the cross 'Low Giant' and 'Akai Ryu' produced in 2005. It grows low to the ground year round, can get larger than average, and will stay dark purple in coloration if grown in good light. It is a genetically somewhat smaller plant than the "giant" flytraps. Learn More
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