A classic carnivorous plant that makes a great gift for children, or anyone with a fruit fly problem! Native to the coastal bogs of the Carolinas, this variety can also be kept as an indoor plant, requiring direct light and consistently moist soil. To avoid drying out, keep the plant just barely submerged in a saucer of purified water. Keep away from vents and drafts, as these coastal plants thrive in humid conditions. It is normal for venus fly traps to go dormant for winter – keep in a cool area between November and February, and they will come back to life at the first sign of spring!