Recently i visited a fellow carnivorous plants grower, Bob Ziemer and learned an interesting way of Dionea propagation. He had cut off the flower stalks of the plants and inserted them into sphagnum moss. In many of the pots, small plantlets were visible. I am unsure if this technique only works with stem pieces with the flower buds, or if the stalk can be cut into multiple segments. I know many growers cut off their Dionea flower stalks because they believe they will slow growth. This flower stem propagation method would be a great use for those cut stalks.