I live very near the area where the venus flytrap exist naturally, meaning it has not been transplanted there. An area between North & South Carolina. The students from Clemson U. went into this protected reserve a few years ago, and tattooed the root systems on these flytraps growing there. This was done to try to halt the poaching of some of these beautiful large plant systems.
I have a few plants that have been growing out back of my house for a couple decades. Do not forget, they need to feel some winter weather. They need to feel a short cold spell. It does not do a deep freeze here, just a little cold, a few days during the winter where it may drop down to the middle 20's for a few hours at night, and then back to the 50's during the day. The plant needs this so it comes back stronger in the spring.
My plants live on the bank of the Lake I live on. Just a few feet from the water. They also have Pitcher plants in the area that thrives here along with the Venus Flytraps.