A pretty cultivar with sawtooth-like marginal cilia and irregular red blotches and streaks on both the inner and outer sides of the traps. Unlike many other Dionaea variants, ‘Scarlatine’ is still very nice to look at when the traps are closed for digestion, which is the case more often than not due to the large population of flies here.

  • origin: cultivar from French grower Lucien Blacher
  • Environment: outdoors in a plastic pot with drainage holes ; temperate climate with distinct seasonal variations that induce the growth/dormancy cycle
  • Temperature: from -2°C to 15°C in the coldest months ; from 15°C to 35°C in the warmest months
  • Light: full sun as much as the weather allows it
  • Soil: kanuma, topping of coarse quartz sand for protection and stability
  • Watering: rainwater permanently provided during the growing season, from either the larger saucer or direct rain over the pot

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