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Plants for Sale


 

Midtown Carnivores
will be closed from
August 16th through August 21st.


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: July 27, 2018)



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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

Small, 2" pot: $4.00
Medium, 3.5" pot: $9.00

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Dionaea muscipula 'King Henry'
Progeny clone of D. muscipula 'Big Jaws' x 'Big Jaws'

This large-trapped cultivar was a clone that was isolated from a selfed cross of D. muscipula 'Big Jaws'. One vigorous clone was isolated, selected for propagation and distributed as D. muscipula 'King Henry'. This variety grows very vigorously and produces traps that are (in my experience) at least a year in size larger than their typical counterparts. (See the first image below, to see the trap of a four-year-old plant in the cup of a hand. Please excuse the debris on the trap surface.)

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

Large
, 4.5" pot: $18.00

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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

Medium, 3.5" pot: $12.00

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Drosera binata var. multifida f. extrema
Highly branching
cultivar of the fork-leafed sundew
The "multifida extrema" is a genetic variant of the fork-leafed sundew. Like the typical Drosera binata, it forms narrow leaves that fork and produce carnivorous, dewy leaves. What makes this form special is that it doesn't just fork once to create a "V-shaped" branch extension, but rather it forks and branches multiple times per leaf. Adult plants have leaves which are forked multiple times to form a nearly web-like leaf system.

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

Small, 2" pot: $8.00

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Drosera filiformis
Threadleaf sundew
The threadleaf sundew. Recedes into hibernacula in winter, emerges with new carnivorous leaves in May.

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

Medium, 4.25" pot: $14.00
Large
, 5.5" pot: $17.00

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Drosera capensis
The 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.

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

Small
, 2" pot: $6.00
Medium, 3.5" pot: $10.00

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Sarracenia purpurea
unnamed clone 'A'

Purple pitcher plant

This clone of the purple pitcher plant produces large pitchers with undulating lids. The coloration of the pitchers is striking, with the base of each pitcher appearing a bright green as it dramatically fades into a deep magenta towards the top of the pitcher. Extremely vigorous grower..

Seasonal pitcher cycle:
Spring - pitchers and flower
Summer - pitchers
Autumn - pitchers

Medium division, 4.25" pot: $16
Large division, 5.5" pot: sold out

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Sarracenia purpurea
ssp. venosa var. montana
The Mountain purple pitcher plant

This clone of the purple pitcher plant produces large pitchers with wide lids whose edges can touch when brought together. This variety produces bright, greenish-yellow pitchers with striking maroon patterning. Extremely vigorous grower..

Seasonal pitcher cycle:
Spring - pitchers and flower
Summer - pitchers
Autumn - pitchers

Large division, 5.5" pot: $25

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Sarracenia 'Reptilian Rose'
Cultivated hybrid clone

'Reptilian Rose' is a select clone isolated from a cross between Sarracenia 'Royal Ruby' and Sarracenia oreophila "Sand Mountain", created and isolated by master grower Phil Faulisi. Its formal cultivar description was published in 2009.  



4.5" pot, Medium division:
$50

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Sarracenia "Doreen's Colossus"
Cultivated hybrid clone

"Doreen's Colossus" is a select clone isolated from a cross between Sarracenia flava and Sarracenia oreophila, from the collection of master grower Jerry Addington. 



4.5" pot, Medium division:
$45
(only one available)

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