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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
Nepenthes PitopangiiA Rare and important new addition for nepenthes collectors which is being offered for the first time in very limited batches. Lower pitchers are deep red while upper pitchers are white with a red peristome and lid with a funnel shape. Large Seed Grown 3"+ Leafspan
Nepenthes Eymae - Rare and not commercially reproduced N. eymae is easier to grow than many of the other desireable nepenthes which are from Sulawesi. They are known for their large yellowish green upper pitchers which are accompanied by a peristome which has red striping or mottling.Plants are from an in house tissue culture, 4"+ Potted
Nepenthes Burbidgeae (seed grown) - A highland species from Northern Malaysia which is rare in cultivation and considered threatened in nature. Grown from seed the plants available are established in their pots very well and are growing fast.N. Burbidgeae requires a considerable amount of space as they grow, they have large leaves and long tendrils. 18"+...
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.
Nepenthes Gantungensis (Mount Gantung, Philippines) - Grown from seed these are a relatively easy and rare highland species. As with many other species native to Palawan, they are variable in color but typically develop large pitchers in a compact low rosette.3+" PottedGrowing Information Below:
Drosera Adelae - The easiest tropical species of sundew from Northwest Australia. This variety is a large broad leaf clone which exceeds a 12" leafspan under our growing conditions. This tropical variety can be grown year round in warm to cool temperatures. They prefer moderate humidity and large pots. Shipping size is 3.5"+
Nepenthes Burbidgeae x Edwardsiana - A very beautiful highland hybrid that can only be described as stunning. Easier to grow than both N. Edwardsiana or N. Burbidgeae this hybrids pitchers grow on the tips of extra long tendrils. Last one left is 5-6"+ Well rooted lartge basal of the same plant documentent on Instagram/FB and pictured. Perfect Specimen
Nepenthes Villosa | Exclusive XXL Male Villosa's There are 2 thoroughly rooted Basals from a Large Male Villosa which flowered last year. They are both over 8 Inches. Multiple basals formed after this plant flowered which are all vigorous. Pitchers have not formed but are beginning to develop now Parent plant was 12+ Years old grown from seed
Nepenthes Robcantleyi x Hamata - Single specimen offer of a Rob Mata that has lived through all of my extreme tests. More vigorous growth than a typical Rob, Pititchers that rival the nicest hamata's with the signature N. Rob in the leaf formation and slow pitcher evolution from green/orange to deep purple. Combined with the looks of a hamata 10"...