Nature provides this remarkable plant with "traps" to lure and capture it's food. The traps are covered inside by tiny hairs and a sticky sweet smelling substance attractive to insects. When an insect touches the trigger hair, the trap is activated and closes around it's victim. After digestion of its meal (whick takes several days), the trap will open again for a new catch.
Chocolate Mint Plant: This amazing leaf can be added to brownies, cakes and ice creams and even cocktails. You can even steep it in a cup of hot water to get the chocolate mint flavor and aroma without the sugar.