I'm back with another creature-design question, and this one's a doozy. This new creature is about the size of a tulip but with a "stem" that's twice as thick. Its head and mouth are fused into a flower-like structure, and it has two false sepals extending from the sides of the neck.
This creature must:
Be at least part worm (not just resemble one)
Be able to photosynthesize
Be able to mimic a flower realistically enough to fool a human without close inspection
Be able to leech nutrients from the soil
Be able to catch and consume prey, either through trickery or by catching prey and swallowing it whole like a snake
Bonus points if you can give this creature tunneling ability and the ability to "sense" and differentiate between nearby life forms!
Is this creature possible, and if so, what kind of creature would it be?