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Dionaea Muscipula "Biohazard 2" Carnivorous Plant Tissue Culture Venus Flytrap Carnivorous Plant

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Tissue Culture Plants?

Here are some simple steps on how to properly plant and care for your Carnivorous plants.

Tools you might need:

  • Bowl of room temperature water
  • Scissors or krafts knife
  • Tweezer
  • Fungicide
  • Soil blend (50/50 peat moss/perlite)
  • Distilled or rain water 


STEP 1: remove the plants gently from the container.

STEP 2: prepare bowl of room temperature tap water.

STEP 3: wash of the nutrient  gel/liquid gently and completely of the plants.


plants can also be rinsed off and washed of in a small strainer.

STEP 4: you might need scissors or crafts knife to divide plants in smaller portions.

STEP 5: use tweezers to plant in soil and cover the roots and bottom portion of the plants.

STEP 6: make sure plants are in a enclosed container with good  humidity for two weeks and after two weeks gradually open and close the container lead over another two weeks and after that acclimation process is complete.

Carnivorous Plant Tips*** : 

  • never use fertilizers or potting soil with nutrients.
  • never use tap water.

NOTE: plants are living organisms and they need to receive required nutrients, light, temperature and humidity to thrive. 

Introducing the Carnivorous Plant Venus Flytrap \"Biohazard 2\" Tissue Cultured, perfect for those interested in unique and fascinating plants. This specimen belongs to the genus Dionaea and is commonly known as a Venus Flytrap, featuring HYGRONATURE brand. It is a carnivorous plant, making it a great addition to any collection.

The plant is sold as a healthy and cultivated specimen, ready to be cared for and nurtured by its new owner. It will arrive in its optimal state, with leaves that can trap small insects and close around them. Considered a remarkable plant, it will bring a touch of exotic beauty to any space.

International Carnivorous Plant Society CP Names Database

Cultivar: Dionaea 'Biohazard' C.Klein
Publication: Bailey & McPherson, Dionaea:182 (2013)
Synonym: =Dionaea muscipula Soland. ex Ellis
Originator: C.Klein, S.Glied , C.Paul, M.Stoeckl, DE, 2008
Nominant: C.Klein, S.Glied , C.Paul, M.Stoeckl
Registrant: C.Klein, S.Glied, C.Paul, M.Stoeckl, 14.05.2013
Horicultural comment: Registered 15. 5. 2013 {JS}
Standard: Bailey & McPherson, Dionaea:182 & 183, Figs. 144-146 (2013)
Propagation: rhizome division or leaf cuttings
Etymology: after unsettling appearance
Description: Bailey & McPherson, Dionaea:182 (2013)
"Dionaea ' Biohazard ' C.Klein produces leaves that are up to 8 cm long. The summer foliage is mainly erect, while leaves produced in spring and autumn are decumbent. Most leaves display greatly deformed trap lobes. The margins of the lobes are variably bent and often undulate. The lobes are fringed with marginal lashes of different lengths, some of which are partially fused, and the traps possess many trigger hairs, but usually are unable to close properly. When exposed to direct sunlight, the traps of Dionaea ' Biohazard ' C.Klein develop variable red colouration across the inner surfaces of the trap lobes. The margin of the lobes usually stay green and the lashes are often whitish. The mutated characteristics are not very stable as specimens may sporadically lose their distinctive trap morphology and produce typical leaves. Offspring grown from seed consistently fail to inherit the mutated trap structure, and consequently, propagation must be achieved through rhizome division or leaf cuttings."


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