If there was ever an official mascot for carnivorous plants, the Venus Flytrap would be it. Naturally occurring in North and South Carolina, the Venus Flytrap grows in peat bogs and catches its prey using a "snap trap" method. Tiny hairs are triggered within the traps causing the 2 sides to close together.
Because Venus Flytraps are native to North and South Carolina they will require a winter dormancy. This is very easy to replicate so do not fear! These plants are beginner friendly and each plant comes with a care sheet.