Carniverous plants???

Carniverous plants???

I was watching a gardening show off the tivo called Rebecca's Garden. Its on the home and garden channel if you've got cable or dish. Anyway, one of the topics was a visit to a place that cultivates various varieties of carniverous plants. They featured some ones i recognized, like the venus fly trap, and other more exotic ones i'm not familiar with. Now to my point. The back door is conveniently, or not, right next to the back light, which is on a motion sensor. When we let the dog out at night, the light flips on, attracting every bug for miles. Then, when its time to let the dog back in, its almost impossible to do it without letting in a number of flying bugs. Ive been chasing moths and mosquitoes since they came out, and i'm a bit tired of them in the house. I know it's a bit far fetched, but does anyone have enough experience with carniverous plants to be able to tell me if a) I can successfully raise one, indoors or out, in zone 5 and b) It'll do what it's supposed to and gobble up my indoor mosquitoes and moths. I'll likely still have to chase the occasional one down with a napkin, and smish it, but It might be cool to have a neat looking plant to help with the job. I know it's a bit fanciful, but i thought it might be neat if I could pull it off. Any advice??
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