Many first-time growers are surprised to learn that the Venus flytrap is a cold hardy perennial. this plant is native to the Carolina coastal plains of the United States. Small populations occur within a 90-mile (145-km) radius that encompasses Wilmington, North Carolina. And yes, it snows there in winter and gets very hot in summer.
We grow all flytraps outdoors at our nursery in Oregon. They slowly emerge from winter dormancy in April and May. Plants will be in full growth by mid-June. By late September, they cease all new growth and drop many of their leaves in time for winter dormancy.
All cold hardy plants are dormant for the season.
New growth will emerge in spring.
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