A Venus flytrap sits wide open while growing in the Museum of Coastal Carolina’s carnivorous plant garden. The museum, in Ocean Isle Beach, N.C., will welcome Mark Todd from the North American Sarracenia Conservancy for a program on southeastern North Carolina’s native species of carnivorous plants – including Venus flytraps, pitcher plants, and sundews – at 11 a.m. Saturday.
A Venus flytrap sits wide open while growing in the Museum of Coastal Carolina’s carnivorous plant garden. The museum, in Ocean Isle Beach, N.C., will welcome Mark Todd from the North American Sarracenia Conservancy for a program on southeastern North Carolina’s native species of carnivorous plants – including Venus flytraps, pitcher plants, and sundews – at 11 a.m. Saturday. By Susan Silk Courtesy photo
A Venus flytrap sits wide open while growing in the Museum of Coastal Carolina’s carnivorous plant garden. The museum, in Ocean Isle Beach, N.C., will welcome Mark Todd from the North American Sarracenia Conservancy for a program on southeastern North Carolina’s native species of carnivorous plants – including Venus flytraps, pitcher plants, and sundews – at 11 a.m. Saturday. By Susan Silk Courtesy photo

Program will pack plant information in a snap

May 01, 2016 6:00 AM

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