Spring! Your plants wake up, put on a bedazzling flowery show, and start popping fresh pitchers. How excellent the show ends up being is dependent on what we do leading up to this time of year. So, how do we get our Sarracenia into tip-top shape and push their growth to the max?
It's deceptively simple to start new plantlets from butterwort leaf pullings. Pinguicula produce succulent leaves you can use to build a small carnivorous plant army. I'll break down the process.
Want to make your own Sarracenia seed? Learn how to pollinate Sarracenia and create awesome hybrids with the pitcher plants in your collection.
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.
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!`
Time to transplant or repot your Nepenthes? You've come to the right place! In this post, we'll cover the do's and don'ts of taking that tropical pitcher plant and building it a cozy new home where it will thrive for years to come. While Nepenthes pitcher plants tend to be more finicky than Sarracenia [...]
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Terrariums are a spectacular way to grow many carnivorous plants. They maintain high humidity, keep temperatures constant, allow in ample light to keep plants happy, and provide a porthole through which you can monitor your plant’s progress. They’re also an elegant way to put plants on display as beautiful indoor and outdoor decorations. [...]