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    how hard is it to cross breed plants

    Also if this is possible to cross breed a Sundew with a Venus Flytrap that would be absolutely awesome looking I mean you would have like a freaking bug killing machine. except get one of the sundews that would curl around the prey ya know what I mean and then get like a green dragon VFT. that would look absolutly amazing.

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    you can't cross 2 different genus of carnivorous plant.

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    It would be cool but it can't be done. I don't know how to explain it but it's the same concept as crossing a hampster with an elephant. Now that would be cool. A hampster sized elephant.

    You can cross most plants of the same breed. Like you can cross any pitcher plant with each other, just like you can breed diffrent breeds of dogs.

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