Venus Flytrap Gardening Smock Adult Apron
Black & White Carnivorous Plant Apron. Show your passion for carnivorous plants with this attractive gardening smock. The delicate black and white botanical drawing is of the carnivorous plant Venus Flytrap. This vintage floral art by artist Isaac Sprague is from The Genera of the Plants of the United States, published in 1849, author Asa Gray.
Fully customizable, add the text of your choice. You can change the apron color and/or style, if you’d like. Makes a great apron for employees of a plant nursery, garden center, florist shop, botanical garden, landscaping company, or other plant business. Also great for a garden club or carnivorous plant society. This floral design is also available in color. Want this or a similar design on another item? Browse my BotanicalArt Shop.
The Venus Flytrap, scientific name Dionaea muscipula, is the only member of the genus Dionaea in the sundew family, the Droseraceae. It catches and digests its prey, mostly insects and arachnids, in the trapping structure, which is formed by the terminal part of the plants leaves, and is triggered by tiny hairs on their inner surfaces. Native to coastal North and South Carolina, it grows in open bogs. It is also a popular cultivated plant.