Carnivorous plants may seem a bit daunting as a houseplant choice. But with the right conditions and care they can thrive, plus they’ll also help reduce the numbers of gnats and flies in your home without using chemicals.
Nepenthes, also known as the pitcher plant, makes a striking impact in the home. The pitchers are in fact modified leaves, containing sweetly scented digestive fluid designed to lure, trap and feed on small insects.
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