Dionaea muscipula, commonly called the Venus Flytrap, is surprisingly adaptable. It makes an excellent house plant with supplemental lighting or near the window.
Place your Venus Flytrap under bright and direct sunlight. It can tolerate indirect sunlight, but we recommend at least six hours of direct sunlight every day for it to do well.
Water moderately every 3-4 days and mist occasionally to keep humidity high and the soil constantly moist. They prefer to dry out a little between each watering. Overwatering your plant can cause water beds, and this will result in root rot. A promising sign of overwatering would be a layer of white mould forming on the soil's surface.
If the plant is not catching its food, feed it in the traps with live insects or moistened fish food. If not using live insects, stimulate the traps by touching the inside until full closure.
* Kindly take note when you're purchasing a matching pot, the diameter has to be larger than the rootball size.