Carnivorous plants aren’t as cool as you think

But their evolutionary history is Wikimedia Commons An unsuspecting bee wanders into a pitcher plant. Carnivorous plants seem like the ultimate flora. Not content with wavin’ around in the breeze collecting daylight, they also devour tasty insect flesh. They’re carnivores and they’re plants. They’re redefining what it means to be greenery. Right? It turns out that…

One Response to Carnivorous plants aren’t as cool as you think

  1. William Hicks February 8, 2017 at 9:38 am

    Right up my alley. Although I’m not a Botanist, I consider myself a modest Horticulturist. I had a Vocational Agriculture Major in High School and an Agri-Bssn.(Horticulture) major in College. I grew Venus Flytraps and Sensory Grass while in High School and my Teacher was fresh out of College and had no problem teaching High School students at any level, clean up to a College level.

    This article brings back some fond memories.


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