Carnivorous Plant Marketplace

Welcome to the carnivorous plant marketplace, where you purchase carnivorous plants directly from the wonderful nurseries that grow them! Each plant is listed, and will be fulfilled by the nursery that grew it. What’s even better than that? 1% of every sale goes directly to the non-profit International Carnivorous Plant Society for carnivorous plant conservation. Shopping with us is a great way to find the perfect plant, support the carnivorous plant community, and ensure the survival of these wonderful plants in the wild.

  • Sold By: Carnivorous Plant Resource
    You’re bidding on an authentic thing-a-majig! One-of-a-kind, with all the bells and whistles to hurp derp your blorp blurp. It’s so neat, I can’t even believe I’m selling this!
  • Sold By: Carnivorous Plant Resource
    You’re bidding on an authentic thing-a-majig! One-of-a-kind, with all the bells and whistles to hurp derp your blorp blurp. It’s so neat, I can’t even believe I’m selling this!
  • Sold By: Fort Bragg Carnivores
    This cross of Rubra Jones Alba x Psittacina Alba is a real winner. This plant shows signs of both parents; more erect leaves, and a lid that matches Rubra, from Psittacina the plant grows lower to the ground, and has curvature of the leaves near the mouth. Plant is currently house in a 6 inch pot, and has multiple growth points. Plants tallest pitcher stands at 6 inches. The plant in the picture is the exact plant for sale. Not a division, but the entire plant. I currently ship Plants out on Monday’s and Thursdays, Because I don’t like for plants to sit over the weekend. So please allow a few days before shipping. I ship all plants bare root wrapped in moist paper towel. Due to county regulations, it is illegal for me to ship plants potted. I leave the pitchers on (except during dormancy) and do my best to ship with as little damage as possible. However, I cannot guarantee that the leaves or flowers will arrive undamaged. They are delicate after all. CPR15
  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    Sarracenia, or North American pitcher plants are temperate carnivores hailing from - you guessed it - North America! From short and squat to tall and monstrous, solid lime green to white with red veins, diversity among this genus is astonishing. Selective breeding continues to create ever-more complex and beautiful species, hybrids and named cultivars. They just keep. getting. better. With your purchase, you will receive one of the plant featured here. It's a mature specimen and is shipped bare root. During winter, Sarracenia are dormant and pitchers are trimmed back. Come spring, they explode back to life with new pitcher growth and represent the featured photo.
  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    Sarracenia, or North American pitcher plants are temperate carnivores hailing from - you guessed it - North America! From short and squat to tall and monstrous, solid lime green to white with red veins, diversity among this genus is astonishing. Selective breeding continues to create ever-more complex and beautiful species, hybrids and named cultivars. They just keep. getting. better. With your purchase, you will receive one of the plant featured here. It's a mature specimen and is shipped bare root. During winter, Sarracenia are dormant and pitchers are trimmed back. Come spring, they explode back to life with new pitcher growth and represent the featured photo.
  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    Sarracenia, or North American pitcher plants are temperate carnivores hailing from - you guessed it - North America! From short and squat to tall and monstrous, solid lime green to white with red veins, diversity among this genus is astonishing. Selective breeding continues to create ever-more complex and beautiful species, hybrids and named cultivars. They just keep. getting. better. With your purchase, you will receive one of the plant featured here. It's a mature specimen and is shipped bare root. During winter, Sarracenia are dormant and pitchers are trimmed back. Come spring, they explode back to life with new pitcher growth and represent the featured photo.
  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    Sarracenia, or North American pitcher plants are temperate carnivores hailing from - you guessed it - North America! From short and squat to tall and monstrous, solid lime green to white with red veins, diversity among this genus is astonishing. Selective breeding continues to create ever-more complex and beautiful species, hybrids and named cultivars. They just keep. getting. better. With your purchase, you will receive one of the plant featured here. It's a mature specimen and is shipped bare root. During winter, Sarracenia are dormant and pitchers are trimmed back. Come spring, they explode back to life with new pitcher growth and represent the featured photo.
  • Sold By: Carlton Carnivores
    This is one of the classic beginner's species, and an impressive one still. Plants develop rosettes up to 3 inches in diameter, with semi-erect tapered wedge-shaped leaves that under good lighting readily flush bright red. Flower stalks are produced almost constantly, bearing small self-pollinating white blooms, and the plants will often bud off roots and old leaves, developing colonies. Packets contain 50+ seeds each. This species requires no special treatment to germinate, and will grow in nearly any condition carnivores can be put in but does best in warm, wet, and bright environments.
  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    Sarracenia alata Covington LA FC16-1 MH is an alata priced to move! Cut your teeth on this plant, and learn how to care for a hearty North American pitcher plant! Some of my pitcher plant photos may feature more than one plant. You will receive one mature plant from with your purchase. Shipping for Sarracenia is $8.00 for priority shipping, regardless of quantity of plants ordered from my shop (Jeremiah's Plants).
  • Sold By: JerseyDevilCarnivorousPlants
    Sarracenia x "alata x rubra " is a smaller, but vigorous and clumping hybrid. Forms lots of clumps of long, thin pitchers that don't get much larger than about 8 inches. This specimen is intermediate between the similar-looking species. This is a great bargain for the pitcher plant lover looking for smaller trumpet pitcher plants. Size options: Small- Juvenile, may or may not have adult pitchers Medium- Adult pitchers, may or may not be of flowering size Large- Adult pitchers, of flowering size and may have 1 or more growth points.
  • Sold By: Jeff Greene’s Carnivorous Plants
    S. flava x alata (aka Brenna Marshall) is a dense grower creating a lovely colony of pitchers with immense character. Excellent and easy plant for the beginner and experienced alike. Mature rhizomes will be based on your size selection(s). Plants will be packaged with care and shipped out on Tuesdays via USPS (1st Class or Priority at 1-3 days time in transit). Shipping on rhizomes is a simple $10 flat-rate, so be sure to bulk up and take advantage of these great offers!
  • Sold By: Jeff Greene’s Carnivorous Plants
    S. minor x alata is a really fun plant that holds its form and color throughout the winter. Bears a distinctive hood that comes from its minor parentage. Shorter stature lends itself to create a nice variety of height in the garden scape. Mature rhizomes will be based on your size selection(s). Plants will be packaged with care and shipped out on Tuesdays via USPS (1st Class or Priority at 1-3 days time in transit). Shipping on rhizomes is a simple $10 flat-rate, so be sure to bulk up and take advantage of these great offers!
  • Sold By: Jeff Greene’s Carnivorous Plants
    S. leuco x oreo is a spectacular cross, taking the strong and excellent growth form of the oreophila and combining it with the color and beautiful lacing of its leucophylla parentage. Produces tall red flowers in Spring. Mature rhizomes will be based on your size selection(s). Plants will be packaged with care and shipped out on Tuesdays via USPS (1st Class or Priority at 1-3 days time in transit). Shipping on rhizomes is a simple $10 flat-rate, so be sure to bulk up and take advantage of these great offers!
  • Sold By: Carlton Carnivores
    If you want easy to grow, this is one of the best fits. A cross between two already supremely easy species, this semi-fertile hybrid develops rosettes that can reach nearly 3" in diameter (though averages 1.5-2"), with flat tapering leaves sporting slightly wider lamina and, under good lighting, solid crimson colors. Flower stalks are of moderate length and can sport numerous small, bright pink blooms. Best grown with the expectations of being a colony plant as roots and old leaves will bud and plants will divide over time. Available plants are mature, around 1.5" in diameter. Plants are shipped bare-root wrapped in a moist paper towel, via USPS Priority mail; I typically ship Monday-Wednesday to avoid weekend hold-overs. US shipping only. Many plants are grown in high humidity conditions and may require acclimation, unless otherwise noted. If you are expecting weather that may be detrimental to the plants if shipped, please message me upon making your order! Shipping cost includes heat pack or cold pack/insulation as needed for detrimental weather conditions. If there are issues with the plants upon arrival, please contact me within 48 hours of receipt.
  • Sold By: Carlton Carnivores
    One of the quintessential beginner carnivorous plants, and one of the better ones to try if it's your first time with seeds. This species can grow to over a foot across (though usually 4-6 inches) with semi-erect, strap shaped leaves colored bright yellow-green with red tentacles. The leaves will actively move when stimulated by prey, wrapping around whatever is fed to or caught by them. Typically prolific in blooming, when happy they will send up hairy, foot long stalks with numerous very large, self-pollinating pink flowers. Packets contain 30-50+ seeds each. This species requires no special treatment for germination, and grows in a variety of conditions but will do best in sandy soils in cool, strong light environments. Seeds are shipped in padded envelopes to avoid damage in transit, via USPS mail. US shipping only. As seeds can take time and sometimes special treatments in order to germinate properly, returns cannot be accepted and refunds are not available upon receipt of the seed packets. If a package is lost in transit, please contact as soon as possible.

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