If you have a Venus Flytrap in your home, you need to know how often to water it. It needs moist soil, but not soggy.
One way to water it is to place it in a tray and water it about an inch deep every day. Make sure the soil is damp around the plant’s roots, and add water as needed. This will keep the plant’s roots healthy and prevent the soil from drying out.
Because the Venus flytrap is native to damp, swampy areas, it can be tricky to determine how often to water it. Overwatering can cause root rot and puddles can destroy the plant’s petioles. Even worse, underwatering can cripple its function, so keep the humidity high. Besides that, the plant’s small surface area makes it sensitive to mineral sediment and chemicals.
Depending on the size of the plant, you can either give it less water or more water depending on the type of water. Remember that plants lose water to the atmosphere frequently, which is why they need water. Whether you choose rainwater, reverse osmosis, or tap water, your Venus flytrap will thrive and reproduce if it has adequate water. Because it feeds on insects and arachnids, it needs water to stay alive and thrive.
A Venus flytrap needs water daily in the spring, summer, and fall, but it doesn’t need water during dormancy. When this occurs, the leaves turn black and die, and are replaced in time. In the winter months, the plant stops growing and the mechanism is no longer functioning. Watering your Venus fly trap less than twice a month during this time is a good idea. As long as you’re careful, it won’t rot if left unwatered.