5 Bug-Eating Plants, Up Close

Look out, insects! These carnivorous plants mean business.

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Carnivorous Plants Arranged in Container Garden
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The threadlike tendrils of the sundew (center) snares insects with its sticky tips resembling tiny water droplets. Sundews grow best in acidic, boggy soils and bright light.

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