Carnivorous plant bog habitats can become truly fascinating places to visit in winter. One such example is the New Jersey Pinelands: a coastal, sandy swath of pitch pine forest that spans some 1.1 million acres over 7 counties of southern New Jersey.
Dividing Sarracenia during winter dormancy is kind of like preparing a chicken, without all the guts, and death! Nurseryman Carson walks you through the steps, in this post.
Follow along on Aaron Calidris' bogging journey as he discovers a rare gem in Southern Mississippi: Chapman's Butterwort, Pinguicula planifolia.
As much as I'd love to have a garden full of wacky colored Dionaea muscipula, there are only two primary shades you're going to find them in - green and red. Blue Venus flytraps are fake!
It's with great excitement and sincere gratitude for continous support from the community, that I announce to you the official grand opening of the Carnivorous Plant Resource Growing Supplies Marketplace!`
True Facts: Carnivorous Plants by Ze Frank is a hilarious, surprisingly educational watch, and a reminder of just how fascinating carnivorous plants really are...
It's that time of year, folks. The time for giving. The time for buying. If you're like me, it's the time for hunting for killer deals on carnivorous plants. Yes, Black Friday and Cyber Monday have passed, but that doesn't mean you can't still find holiday deals from reputable nurseries. If you're still on [...]
Looking for the next generation of Teflon? Just take inspiration from Nepenthes. Tak-Sing Wong, professor of engineering at The Pennsylvania State University explains how our favorite tropical pitcher plants inspired a new material, "SLIPS" or Slippery Liquid-Infused Porous Surface with applications across the board. In the video above, Professor Wong dissects the physical properties [...]
I’m going to show you the beautiful structural patterns of carnivorous plants, those parts of the plant both related and unrelated to eating things. From the shape of the cilia on Venus flytraps, to the light windows on Sarracenia, to the ribbed peristomes of Nepenthes and the overlooked stipules of sundews, there’s much for [...]