The Dionaea Flytrap (Dionaea muscipula) is a plant that requires a substrate free of mineral salts, therefore it needs rain water, being osmosis or distilled. If not, the salt weakens its development in excess. Neither should be fertilized. Do not feed, it hunts for itself. Origin: It grows in North America, Northern Peatlands and South Carolina.
Its range includes almost the entire eastern seaboard of the United States, the Great Lakes, and south eastern Canada, making it the most common and broadly distributed pitcher plant, as well as the only member of the genus that inhabits cold temperate climates.