Plants for Sale


 

We offer a limited selection of carnivorous plants for sale, with availability varying with the season. Our current offerings are below. Please see "The Ordering Process" page for more information.


 

(Most recent update: November 10, 2017)

DROSERA GEMMAE NOW AVAILABLE


 

 
 

Pygmy sundew gemmae
From various species

The tiny pygmy sundews of southwestern Australia are beautiful little plants that produce rosettes of carnivorous leaves like their larger non-pygmy cousins, but also will produce clusters of tiny seedlike modified leaves called "gemmae" in the winter. These gemmae, pop off of the plant when touched and can form a clone of the mother plant wherever it lands. This is, by and large, the easiest and preferred method of growing pygmy sundews. However, because gemmae are only produced in the late autumn/early winter, their availability is strictly seasonal.

Drosera paleacea ssp. leioblastus - $5 / 10+ gemmae
Drosera paleacea ssp. paleacea - $5 / 10+ gemmae

Drosera paleacea ssp. trichocaulis - $5 / 10+ gemmae
Drosera sargentii - $5 / 10+ gemmae



Gemmae caresheet (.pdf):

 

Nepenthes 'Miranda'
Rooted cutting

Nepenthes x 'Miranda' is a robust grower under a variety of conditions, and produces vibrant pitchers that sport a red speckled pattern, and striking red ridged peristome. With beautiful pitchers and versatility in growing conditions, 'Miranda' is another excellent plant for beginners, and thrives in the late spring. It is purported to be a clone of hybrid Nepenthes maxima x (maxima x northiana).


Grows well indoors w/ artificial lightingGrows well on an sunny windowsill

Large, 4.5" pot: $25.00 ONE AVAILABLE

Plant care information (.pdf):
Feeding reference:

 

 


 

Dionaea muscipula
Venus Flytrap (typical)

The classic Venus Flytrap. When insects push trigger hairs on the inside surface of the leaf, the leaf closes. Its struggles repeatedly push the trigger hairs over time, causing the trap to seal shut, and for the red glands to secrete digestive enzymes as its digests and absorbs its insect meal over several days before reopening.

Requires winter dormancy periodGrows well indoors w/ artificial lightingGrows well outdoors under full sun

Sales suspended for winter dormancy

Plant care information (.pdf):

Feeding guide:    -   Dormancy care:

 
 
 

 
 

Dionaea muscipula 'Justina Davis'
Green variety of the Venus Flytrap

This variety produces almost no red pigment (anthocyanin), most notably absent on the inner leaves' surface. As a result, the inner surface of the trap remains bright green no matter the intensity of the light it's grown under.

Requires winter dormancy periodGrows well indoors w/ artificial lightingGrows well outdoors under full sun

Sales suspended for winter dormancy

Plant care information (.pdf):

Feeding guide:    -   Dormancy care:

 
 

 

Drosera capensis 'wide-leaf'
Wide-leafed Cape Sundew

In addition to being one of the easiest, most forgiving sundews to grow, the Cape sundew, native to South Africa, is also one of the most visually stunning. It is one of the few species whose leaves move to wrap themselves around their prey, to bring a greater number of its digestive and trapping tentacles to bear. It is so easy to grow that in some collections it is regarded as a weed because its bountiful seeds take root extremely readily.

Wider green leaves, red tentacles

Grows well indoors w/ artificial lightingGrows well on an sunny windowsillGrows well outdoors under full sun

Sales suspended for winter dormancy

Plant care information (.pdf):
Feeding reference:

 
 

  

Drosera 'Marston Dragon'
Hybrid cultivar of the fork-leafed sundew

This cultivar is a hybrid between Drosera binata var. multifida f. extrema and Drosera binata var. dichotoma 'Giant'. It was created by Adrian Slack in 1986, and was named because its long, forked, dew-covered leaves resemble the taloned claws of mythical dragons. Depending on light levels, its leaves can range from green to maroon, with each leaf covered with red, stalked glands.

Grows well indoors w/ artificial lightingGrows well on an sunny windowsillGrows well outdoors under full sun

Sales suspended for winter dormancy

Plant care information (.pdf):
Feeding reference: