Dionaea FFT Stegosaurus

Dionaea ‘FFT Stegosaurus’ (Dionaea ‘FFT Estegosaurio’ in Spanish) differs from other Dionaea sawtooth-type cultivars by its teeth pattern; the cilia consist of one long tooth in between two smaller teeth. Traps are green, but turn light red when exposed to direct sunlight. The foliage is lime green, the leaf petioles do not become thin during the summer, and maintain part of the leaf blade.
The foliage does not grow upright during the summer, but remains relatively close to the ground as other low growing cultivars.

FFT stands for the name of my nursery, “Fayetteville Fly Traps”.

Email: Fayettevilleflytraps@gmail.com

City: Fayetteville, AR