"The most wonderful plant in the world." A group of venus' fly-traps ready for insect victims.; Source of Title: Caption from The natural gardens of North Carolina, 1932; General Notes: 'From Natural Gardens (page 340): "Perennial with flowering stalk 4-12 in. high, bearing the white flowers in an umbel at the apex; flower 5-parted except stamens which are commonly 10 in number, sometimes more; petals delicately veined: the bristle-fringed leaf-blades, marvelously modified into an efficient insect trap, the petioles merely being expanded into flat leaf-like organs. For a fuller account see descriptive chapter on the savannahs. In sandy bogs, eastern. Early summer."