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CARNIVOROUS PLANT WEB RING
Our greenhouse is loaded all sorts of carnivorous plants. Tropical Pitcher Plants 'Nepenthes', Sundews 'Drosera', and Sarracenia are available all year. Seasonal batches of Cephalotus & Heliamphora are produced and sell quickly. All plants online are actively growing and healthy. Feel free to email if you don't see what you are looking for...
Our greenhouse is loaded all sorts of carnivorous plants. Tropical Pitcher Plants 'Nepenthes', Sundews 'Drosera', and Sarracenia are available all year. Seasonal batches of Cephalotus & Heliamphora are produced and sell quickly. All plants online are actively growing and healthy. Feel free to email if you don't see what you are looking for because there is a good chance we have some.
Byblis or " Rainbow Plants " are tropical carnivorous plants which are native to NorthWest Australia as well as a few remote areas in Papua New Guinea and Indonesia. Rainbow plants grow long thin leaves which are very shiny and often have a glimering Christmas tree like appearance. Highly carnivorous
Drosera Capensis "Narrow Leaf" - A fast and easy to grow sundew variety native to Cape Town, South Africa.The long thin leaves on this Cape Sundew are lime green with sticky red tentacles that snare gnats, fruit flies, and other flying insects. Shipping size is 2.5" - 3" Fast and Easy to Grow
Drosera Intermedia is one of our most popular sundews, especially during the summertime when leaves become densely packed and reach up to 4 Inches. Easy to grow and tolerant to colder weather.D. intermedia is much larger than its cousin D. Cuba but needs a dormancy period. During that time it retreats into a small bulb, requires less water & light....
Drosera Venusta - A sub-tropical sundew from South Africa which does not require dormancy. These do really well in humid conditions with mild to warm temperatures. Overall not difficult to grow, they get large and bright orange if giving adequate sun.
Heliamphora Minor (Auyan Tepui Clone, Venezuela)This is a small yet beautiful variety of H. Minor which was discovered on the Auyan Tepui in Venezuela. This tepui has elevations of 5,000-8,000ft and happens to be the home of Angel Falls, the worlds largest waterfall!H. Minor thrives in the higher altitudes of this range but has been found to be one of the...
Pinguicula Primuliflora - An American Butterwort which is native to the swamps and bogs of North & South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama and Louisiana fast and are easy to take care of. Flowers are large and are blue, purple and white. These mix in mini bogs really well bringing some bright colors into the mix.
Sarracenia x Red Minor | This is actually a hybrid between S. Minor and S. purpurea x psittacina. It grows fast and has a copper-red appearance with the same classic hood you would find on most Sarracenia Minors. Our plants are two seasons old and appear to have some hybrid vigor as growth is fast. Pitcher size peaks at about 18-20" after dormancy and...
Nepenthes Mirabilis (Eastern Thailand) - Grown from seeds collected in the field, these are highly variable larger plants developing pitchers that are green, red, and striped. Variably colored peristomes, easy to grow. 3"+ PlantsGrowing information below:
Drosera Capensis "White" - A fast and easy to grow sundew variety native to Cape Town, South Africa. Coloration varies from the typical pink capensis sundewThe long thin leaves on this Cape Sundew are lime green with sticky red tentacles that snare gnats, fruit flies, and other flying insects.
Heliamphora Purpurascens - Originally known as heliamphora heterodoxa, H. purpurascens not difficullt to grow if you are familiar with Heliamphora and can be distinguished from heterodoxa when mature pitchers form. Mature pitchers are larger, more tubular and typically have a much deeper red coloration when given adequate lighitng.
Nepenthes Chaniana (Seed Grown) These are easy to grow Highland Nepenthes which are native to North West Malaysia.Once widely cultivated, this variety is now quite rare. It is known for its bright yellowish green pitchers, furry tendrils and leaves. N. chaniana grows best in highland and intermediate conditions. 3-3.5" plants
Nepenthes Reinwardtiana Red (Seed Grown) - From a remote area in Northern Sabah, these are over two years in age and are showing very healthy, traits that are consistent with the large colony of N. reinwardtiana red that was found. Highland in nature, these are from a location roughly 10,000ft up, we consider them intermediates due to the hot dry...
Nepenthes Bellii - We consider this species a lowland/intermediate that grows well if given warmer temperatures with moderate humidity. As the plants get larger, you can expect long deep green leaves that are tipped with extra long tendrils and small deep red pitchers. Unique and unusual, lowland nepenthes species. Sized as Pictured