it is ok to let your venus flytrap to flower IF it is three years or older if it is younger i would advise cutting it odff if it is two years or younger.
If you do cut the flower stalk as close to the bulb as possible and plant it,it will produce a young VFT!
Last edited by green1; 05-24-2012 at 11:53 AM.
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Flowering is a bit iffy from what I've read. If it's growing in marginal or less than ideal conditions, flowering will probably kill it. If you take marvelous care of it and it's nice and healthy, you could try, but growing flytraps from seed is impractical. They take years to mature.
EDIT: Speaking of Venus flytraps flowering, I was pleasantly surprised yesterday to notice a very dense clump of green stuff in the center of my plant. After five minutes of poking, using a magnifying glass, and more poking, I determined that--surprise!--my flytrap is going to bloom in a few weeks.
Last edited by Plant Planter; 03-30-2013 at 07:51 AM.