Flowers are produced by Venus flytraps.
Most people have heard of and are familiar with the Venus flytrap. However, few people are aware that Venus flytraps may produce flowers. Venus flytrap traps are not flowers; they have merely modified leaves that adapt to catch bugs. Venus flytraps develop multiple bloom stalks in the spring. Flower stems develop into flower bunches. The blooms are white with green veins that run across the petals. The blooms are unimpressive. Growers of Venus flytraps may still fertilise them and harvest their seeds.