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The heterodoxa is also known as the "all green". It has similar characteristics to that of the typical dionaea. Lacks coloration and the entire plant is pale green despite full sunlight exposure. Usually forms rosetted ground hugging petioles year round.

Full sunlight is still advisable for healthy growth despite the fact that it never show any red coloration. I give equal priority of sunlight exposure to my heterodoxas and my red varieties.

This may not be a favorite due to its monotonous pale green and its lack of pink or red coloration. However, it is unique and remains as a part of the VFT collection.


One of my Heterodoxas, before going into dormancy.











The same Heterodoxa(4 years old) reaching maturity and entering the flowering process soon after dormancy.