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Increase the venus fly trap: this is how it works by dividing the roots, cuttings and sowing


The Venus fly trap is very special. After all, it is a carnivorous plant. Here's how you can multiply them.

Venus fly traps multiply themselves There are several ways to multiply the Venus fly trap. Healthy plants, for example, reproduce by themselves if they are kept in the best possible way. You won't notice that at first glance, but it is a sure sign that your plant is doing well. You can also use cuttings to multiply the carnivorous plant. Another option is seed growing, but this does not always lead to success.

Share root ball:

If the plant is healthy and has enough space in the pot, it will multiply by itself every year. You can leave the Venus fly trap in the jar until it gets too tight. A good time to repot is after hibernation.

To do this, carefully take the plant out of the pot and divide the root ball. With a bit of luck, the parts will separate themselves if you pluck the plant apart with a little sensitivity. You can also split the root ball with a sharp knife. Each section must have its own rhizomes and leaves. The divided plants must then be placed in new planters and the Venus fly traps then maintained as usual. The pots should be bright for the first two to three weeks, but not in the blazing sun.

Remove cuttings:

Leaf cuttings with a piece of rhizome are well suited. Carefully break or cut off the selected leaf and put it in a pot with a mixture of peat and sand. You can also use a special carnivore soil. Then put the jar in a bright place and water regularly with lime-free water. Additional spraying does no harm, as this increases the air humidity.

Propagation via root cuttings works in a similar way. When repotting the plant, you just have to remove and insert a few root parts.

Increase the venus fly trap by sowing:

To do this, you must dust the flowers yourself with a brush during the flowering phase. The ripe seeds then form after flowering. For the harvest, put a paper bag over the inflorescence and shake gently until the seeds fall out. Keep the ripe seeds cool and protected from light until sowing. Alternatively, you can buy seeds.

Sowing is then at the beginning of March. To do this, sprinkle the seeds on well-moistened soil, which consists of one third sand and two thirds peat. However, do not work the seeds into the earth, because the Venus flytrap is a light germ. The pot must therefore be bright and sunny. Then a film or a glass pane is placed over the pot to create a warm, humid climate. The earth must not dry out. It is therefore best to use an atomizer to always keep the substrate evenly moist. After about 20 days, the seeds germinate. Here you can find out how to always properly care for the Venus fly trap.