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The Dionaea Muscipula is the main icon of carnivorous plants and it’s native from North Carolina and South Carolina in the USA.
Demineralized water (rain, water from a dehumidifier / air conditioning, osmosis etc.)
Lots of sunshine / LED or CFL light (color 6400 Kelvin)
Soil: 50% peat moss, 50% perlite
Also, the Dionaea is a plant that can live up to 20 years if we meet the criteria above.
In order to optimize its growth and longevity, this plant must go dormant for 3-4 months per year.
How to provoke dormancy?
Pretty simple, just leave it outside under a bell, its growth will resume in the spring.
Otherwise, if you want to control the dormancy, simply place the plant in a cool place between -10 and 10° C and give it demineralized water in a very limited way.