Dionaea ‘Phalanx’

What makes Dionaea ‘Phalanx’ stand out is the well-defined colors, and of course the elongated bristles, where it got its name from. They give the plant some kind of elegance. I immediately liked this cultivar when I came across photos of it on a forum.

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July 2018

I bought this very healthy young specimen from a French flytrap enthusiast. It will grow alongside Dionaea ‘Dracula’ and Sarracenia leucophylla var. alba.

Dionaea 'Phalanx' in July 2018
Planting the little Dionaea was made complicated by the layer of pozzolan, but it went well.
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