Butterfly Habitat
November 13, 2020

Dionaea Muscipula - The Venus Fly Trap

Did you know that the Venus Fly Trap is a native plant to South Carolina? For the more adventurous at heart, you can learn all about insect-eating plants with a visit to the Museum’s Carnivorous Plant Bog Garden. The Garden displays three different kinds of carnivorous plants found in the Lowcountry, including Venus, Sundews, and several species of Pitcher plants, each with their own unique method of trapping insects. Along with a visit to the Camellia Garden, this unique attraction should top your list of Hilton Head Island learning experiences.

Dionaea Muscipula - The Venus Fly Trap

Did you know that the Venus Fly Trap is a native plant to South Carolina? For the more adventurous at heart, you can learn all about insect-eating plants with a visit to the Museum’s Carnivorous Plant Bog Garden. The Garden displays three different kinds of carnivorous plants found in the Lowcountry, including Venus, Sundews, and several species of Pitcher plants, each with their own unique method of trapping insects. Along with a visit to the Camellia Garden, this unique attraction should top your list of Hilton Head Island learning experiences.

VISIT
THE BOG GARDEN

Learn all about insect-eating plants with a visit to the Museum’s Carnivorous Plant Bog Garden. The Garden displays three different kinds of carnivorous plants found in the Lowcountry. Did you know that the Venus Fly Trap is a native plant to South Carolina? Sundews and several species of Pitcher plants are featured in this garden. Each of these plants traps insects with a unique method. Along with a visit to the Camellia Garden, this unique attraction should be among your Hilton Head Island activities and learning experiences.

VISIT
THE BOG GARDEN

Learn all about insect-eating plants with a visit to the Museum’s Carnivorous Plant Bog Garden. The Garden displays three different kinds of carnivorous plants found in the Lowcountry. Did you know that the Venus Fly Trap is a native plant to South Carolina? Sundews and several species of Pitcher plants are featured in this garden. Each of these plants traps insects with a unique method. Along with a visit to the Camellia Garden, this unique attraction should be among your Hilton Head Island activities and learning experiences.

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