Flypaper Plant

Flypaper Plant

Flypaper Plant

Flypaper Plant

Flypaper Plant (Pinguicula gigantea), an alternate to Mosquito Repellent, GO GREEN.. Call them opportunists, but butterworts – also known as flypaper plants – will grab hold of anything that lands on their leaves and immediately start digesting it.

How trapped by flypaper plant

How trapped by flypaper plant

The flypaper trap is based on a sticky mucilage, or glue. The leaf of flypaper traps is studded with mucilage-secreting glands. The upper surface of the plant is covered in sticky digestive enzymes to trap victims like mosquitoes and gnats, but it can also absorb nutrients from pollen.

If you want to buy this plant, contact with your nearest gardener.

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