I'm doin' a little research on the Venus Fly Trap, and I notice that it's rather difficult to germinate. I think I have an idea for a good process to use. Let me know if you think it would work.
1: put the seed in a shotglass full of water, and put it in the fridge to imitate the winter season.
2: take it out of the fridge after a couple months and put it in a window sill that gets a lot of sunlight.
3: wait for the taproot to show and put the seed on top of the soil to grow.
Just an idea that might speed up the gerination process a little. If that wouldn't work, I guess there's nothing wrong with just puting the seeds on the soil, keeping them warm and humid, and waiting for them to grow themselves. I heard that the winter period of germination needs to be moist also, so that's why I thought of using the fridge and a shot glass for that.