Display your Venus Flytrap in a bright spot with indirect sunlight or LED grow light. The proper temperature range is 50 - 90ºF.
Good Job! You just finished setting your very first Venus Flytrap!
Now you are a Bloomify certified Venus Flytrap Explorer!
Once your Venus Flytrap fills up 80% of your glass (this takes 3 - 4 months), it's time to transplant!
Remove the plastic seal and the cork on top of the glass jar.
To take out your plant easily, use a blunt tweezer to smash the gel and then lift up your Venus Flytrap gently.
Notice that you may lose some leaves while taking out the plant, but that's fine. Your Venus Flytrap is tough!
Dispose of the remaining blue gel in the glass jar. Rinse both the glass jar and your Venus Flytrap with distilled water only.
Trim any black leaves if there are any on your plant!
Soak 1 soil peat with distilled water for 10 minutes (save the other one for future). Fill the cylinder glass jar with hydrated soil.
Plant your Venus Flytrap into the soil and give it some distilled water. After that, put this potted Venus Flytrap into the bigger container and cover with lid.
Display your Venus Flytrap in a sunny spot!
Well done! You transplanted your
You're entitled Venus Flytrap Ninja.
Now it's a waiting game. Your Venus Flytrap takes time to adapt to the new environment. And you're going to help your plant!
Take off two stickers on the lid every week for 4 weeks!
During these 4 weeks, water your Venus Flytrap with distilled regularly to keep the soil moist!
Remove the lid after the fifth week!
Awesome job! Your Venus Flytrap
is acclimated to the new environment!
You're a Venus Flytrap Guru for sure!
This is the last stage! Once your Venus Flytrap grows too big to fit in the cylinder glass, it's the time to repot your Venus Flytrap to a bigger container!
Soak the other peat soil (you saved earlier) in the bigger container with distilled water for 10 minutes.
Add some distilled water to your Venus Flytrap for 10 minutes to soften the soil.
Lift up your Venus Flytrap gently with a blunt tweezer. Also, keep the soil!
Fill the bigger container with the soil your left in the cylinder glass.
Plant your Venus Flytrap into the big container, and add some distilled water!
This is the final step! Find a "great spot" to display your Venus Flytrap and let it catch flies!
Congrats! Your Venus Flytrap
You're Venus Flytrap Master without a doubt!