Carnivorous Plants

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.


Carnivorous Plants There are 131 products.


  • Nepenthes Tropical...
    Nepenthes aka Tropical Pitcher Plants come from a wide variety of Carnivorous Plants that are primarily found growning throughout SE Asia and Indonesia. Much of our time is dedicated to growing Endangered, Rare, and Seed Grown Nepenthes. Rare clones and easy to grow varieties are almost always available.

    If we do not have the variety you are looking for, simple use our contact form and start a wishlist. Our import schedule, availability and whether it is being grown from seed or not can cause wait times to vary. No commitment to purchase or deposit is required.
  • Sundews
    Sundews are Carnivorous Plants which use sticky dew glands to capture and digest their prey. Sundews belong a genus of plants called Drosera and can be found on every continent except Antarctica. We sell Tropical and Subtropical Sundews which are easy and fun to grow.
  • Darlingtonia
    Darlingtonia californica - Also known as the Cobra Lily, these can be tricky to grow but the reward is well worth the extra care needed to grow them. Native to a few areas in Northern California and coastal Oregon, darlingtonia will thrive in cool moist climates with lots of sun.
  • Drosophyllum
    Drosophyllum Lusitanicum - A carnivorous plant species native to Spain, Portugal and a few remote locations in North Africa.  The Dewy Pine is highly carnivorous, with long sticky tendrils that omit a noticeably sweet pine smell.  The live in desert climates and can survive extreme temperatures.
  • Bromeliads
    Carnivorous Bromeliads are essentially the most rare carnivorous plants.  One percent or less of bromeliads have adapted to be carnivorous.  Primarily due to geography and isolation the small percent of this widely distributed species is carnivorous.  Easy to care for, heat and humidity loving plants.
  • Heliamphora
    Heliamphora | The Sun Pitcher

    Native to the tepius of Venezuela, Guyana and Northern Brazil, these are among the most fascinating carnivorous pitcher plants we offer.  Due to slow and difficult cultivation, heliamphora are not always available but the ones we offer are in pristine condition.
  • Utricularia
    Our Utricularia is sold in 1-2 Inch Plugs. Also known as Bladderworts, these carnivorous bog plants are easily overlooked because of thier pretty flowers, however the real action happens below the surface. Their roots have tiny bladders which secrete sugars to attract prey. Brushing against the bladder triggers a vacuum like effect and prey is sucked in at speeds up to 1/15th of a second. "Pretty Fascinating"
  • Cephalotus
    Cephalotus have a very small native habitat ke many other carnivorous plants. These Australian Pitcher Plants are native to a narrow strip of coastal land near Perth in Southwest Australia. Cephalotus or "Ceph's" are often considered to be a difficult plant to grow however we have perfected a method to make growing them easy. Our typical, purple and giant forms are all hardened off and require no special care to grow. Just follow our simple instructions.
  • Pinguicula
    Pinguicula are carnivorous plants which use their sticky glandular leaves to capture and digest prey. Also known as Butterworts, pinguicula have thick fleshy leaves and are know for the colorful annual flowers which tower well above them. We typically stock Mexican pinguicula's as they are easy to grow and quite attractive.
  • Sarracenia Pitcher Plants
    Sarracenia the North American Pitcher Plant belongs to a family of Carnivorous Plants . Hybridization between different varieties of Sarracenia has resulted in some very unusual, beautiful are rare carnivorous plants. The Sarracenia we have for sale grow perfectly side by side with our Sundews & Venus Flytraps
  • Byblis

    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

  • Gift Sets
    Our Carnivorous Plant Collections and Sets include Venus Flytraps, Sarracenia, Tropical Pitcher Plants, and Sundews. We have a Carnivorous Plant Set for everyone!
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  • Nepenthes Benstonei - This is an easy to grow but relatively rare mid-altitude species. The variety is deep red and was grown via tissue culture from seeds collected in Eastern Malaysia. 3.5" PottedGrowing Information Below:

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    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.

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  • Byblis Liniflora - One of the more popular varieties of Byblis that grows well during the summertime across most of the United States.  Dry and excessive heat is not recommended.  Byblis are also known as Rainbow Plants due to their shimmering, dew cover leaves!  Byblis liniflora is an Annual Plant which grows during the summer, flowers then produces...

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  • Drosera Burmannii - This species is primarily known for its extremely fast trapping speed. It typically only takes a few seconds for its leaves to curl around captured insects.  They are small, compact, and grow fast.  

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  • Nepenthes Bongso Black - Seed grown at our location in Southern California, our in house N. Bongso parents were both nearly black.  As the plant gets larger expect deep purple to near black pitchers.  For nepenthes growers, this species is easy and thrives in an intermediate/mildly humid climate but is highly adaptable. Seedlings are 2.5"-3"+, limited,...

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  • Pinguicula 'Tina' x Emerginata - A very nice hybrid 'Tina' (P. agnata x P. zecheri) x P, emergninate.  These do not require direct sun, thrive in greenhouses or terrariums but will easily acclimate to a windowsill.  Typically grow to be 3.5"-4" and produce violet/purple flowers. Ships potted as shown or larger (2.5"-3")

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  • Nepenthes Rafflesiana (Northern Malaysia) - Grown from seeds collected in the field, these have relatively stable traits with what we observed in the field.   Very unique, limited quantity Plants are 4"+

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  • Nepenthes Northiana (Sarawak, Malaysia) - Individually grown from seed, this is a highly desireable lownland species that has often been described as difficult to grow. The pitcher size and striped peristome can be stunning in larger specimens. Our experience with the species doesn't prove it to be difficult to grow but one that can be very slow during...

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  • Nepenthes Albomarginata x Veitchii - An easy to grow hybrid between two desireable species that is quite easy to grow, very adaptive to different environments and produced slender, strong, and larger pitchers.  An excellent intermediate hybrid. N. albomarginata red x an intermediate yellow/pink veitchii Plants are in the 6" range!

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  • Sarracenia Readii Rubra Gulfensis x Leucophylla | This N. American Pitcher Plant variety has been maintained by division since 1994. Deep green pitchers are slender with heavy red veining with an upright flared hood. RareLarge divisions ship potted or bare root if requested.

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  • Sarracenia Minor | S. Minor is often called the hooded pitcher plant due to its domed pitcher which has a very narrow opening. The nectar glands inside attract insects inside where they get lost and inevitably end up being consumedThis is the typical form, pitchers reach 12"+. Our older plants get larger and form nice patches of pitchers which develop...

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