Carnivorous House Plants
Carnivorous plants use their gorgeous, exotic and capricious appearance to catch small spiders and insects. Which means that they provide their own food and only need water. The most famous carnivorous plant is the Dionaea Muscipula, or Venus Fly Trap, which uses trapping leaves that close very fast. The Sarracenia and Nepenthes catch their prey in a sort of cup, and the Drosera has leaves with tentacles that insects stick to. Place carnivorous plants in the sun, in a pot or behind glass, and enjoy this ruthless beauty.