Carnivorous Plants for Sale

  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    Nepenthes dubia upper pitchers are so simple and elegant, it's almost as if someone created a cubist painting of a Nepenthes. Dainty, yellow-green pitchers sit at the end of short tendrils where they fish for prey. This tropical pitcher plant is very similar in appearance to N. inermis, but with the faintest of peristomes. It's a great contrast to the more commonly collected large, speckled, and striped Nepenthes and perfectly demonstrates the variability of the genus. We include some photos of fully mature tropical pitcher plants so you have an idea of your plant’s potential. You will receive one immature, seed-grown Nepenthes. Shipping for Nepenthes is $8.00 for priority shipping, regardless of quantity of plants ordered from my shop (Jeremiah's Plants).
  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    Nepenthes attenboroughii, named for the man himself, Sir David Attenborough, is a relatively newly-discovered Nepenthes species. This tropical pitcher plant, with its massive and beautifully-colored pitchers, was only described in 2009 and is very much endangered in the wild. This means that there are very few of them legally circulating in cultivation (I only have 5 available, so order fast), and each one is an absolute gem. A man of Sir David Attenborough's stature deserves to have only the best share his name. Pictures of mature plants are from expeditions I've been on to see these wonderful pitcher plants in their native habitat. We include some photos of fully mature tropical pitcher plants so you have an idea of your plant’s potential. You will receive one immature, seed-grown Nepenthes. Shipping for Nepenthes is $8.00 for priority shipping, regardless of quantity of plants ordered from my shop (Jeremiah's Plants).
  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    Utricularia quelchii Geoff Wong Clone is an absolute show-stopper. Give this plant a hanging orchid basket (as seen in the photo) and you'll have a glorious sphere of foliage and flowers. A beautiful bladderwort with pinkish-red flowers that will amaze year after year. With your Utricularia purchase, you will receive the full contents of a pot as featured in the photos, minus the soil (this keeps shipping costs low and any potential non-native soil critters from spreading). Utricularia shipping is only $10.00 during the winter (heat pack included) for priority shipping, regardless of quantity of plants ordered from my shop (Jeremiah's Plants).
  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    You may have read about Drosera regia on Carnivorous Plant Resource. Well, now you can own one! There are 4 of these healthy-sized king sundews available for purchase. You will receive one Drosera. Shipping for Drosera is $8.00 for priority shipping, regardless of quantity of plants ordered from my shop (Jeremiah's Plants).
  • Sold By: Mesa Exotics
    King Henry is one of the largest varieties of Venus flytraps around and a must-have for your carnivorous plant garden. Given a deep pot and healthy growing conditions, the flytrap will reward  you with 2 inch traps at the end of long leaves/petioles. The plants for sale are mature, and there’s a limited stock, so pick one up today! Dionaea ‘King Henry’ is a vigorous grower, regularly holding 6+ traps at one time, and producing offshoots that you can let cluster into a glorious Venus flytrap bush, or divide into individual specimen plants. Shipping note: Mesa Exotics charges $10.00 flat rate shipping to the continental US regardless of how many flytraps you purchase. Plants ship every Monday and Tuesday and they normally take about 2 days to reach you. Venus flytraps are dormant during winter and ship bare root. Shipping during dormancy is ideal as it minimizes stress on the plant, and allows them to roar back to life come spring! Don Elkins of Mesa Exotics selectively hybridized this variety of Venus flytrap into existence in 2011 and is happy to offer it to you through Carnivorous Plant Resource!
  • Sold By: Carnivore Culture
    Pinguicula esseriana is a tropical species that produces a tight cluster of  small leaves and never gets very large.  P. esseriana produces non-carnivorous "succulent like" leaves during the winter.  In nature, P. eeseriana grows in semi-arid steppes and has a broad range, extending through several states of Mexico.
  • Sold By: Carnivore Culture
    Pinguicula 'Pirouette' is a hybrid between two tropical species that was specifically selected for its' attractive foliage, which develops a pinkish to red color, and an abundance of flowers in almost any season.  P. 'Pirouette' grows continuously throughout the year if provided warm, wet conditions.  It does not go dormant like many other tropical Butterworts do.
  • Sold By: Carnivore Culture
    Pinguicula emarginata x cyclosecta  is a hybrid between two tropical species. P. cyclosecta is known for its' purpleish leaves and P. emarginata is know for its' variegated (striped) flowers. The result is a very attractive plant with great foliage and flowers.
  • Sold By: Carnivore Culture
    Pinguicula gypsicola is a tropical species that has unusual carnivorous leaves for a Butterwort in that they are linear.  P. gypsicola produces carnivorous summer leaves and non-carnivorous winter leaves.  During winter it requires much less water and care should be taken not to over water them.  During winter it should be treated like a succulent with infrequent watering.
  • Sold By: Carnivore Culture
    Pinguicula moranensis is a highly variable species of Butterwort.  It can be found across a wide area in many different habitats.  For these reasons it can have variable flowers, including forms with all white flowers.  P. moranensis var alba is a form of P. moranensis that produces all white flowers.
  • Sold By: Carnivore Culture
    Pinguicula koehres (gypsicola x moranensis?) x gypsicola has long, rather wide summer leaves with dark leaf margins.  The flowers are an attractive dark purple with a large white patch in the center of the bottom lip.  It has a dormant period where it produces small non carnivorous leaves
  • Sold By: JerseyDevilCarnivorousPlants
    Drosera x tokaiensis is a very pretty and easy to care for rosetted sundew of hybrid origin (spatulata x rotundifolia). These can be grown as if they are tropical sundews on the windowsill or under lights. You will receive 1 adult plant (bareroot)
  • Sale! Sold By: H. sapien x 'Patrick Quinn' ('Elizabeth Bowen' x 'Michael Quinn' #3)
    Drosera adelae "Giant" is a must-have for your carnivorous plant collection. Given a deep pot and healthy growing conditions, this Australian sundew will reward  you with dewy, maroon-colored leaves reaching up to a foot long or more! The plants for sale are well established and healthy, and there’s a limited stock so pick one up today! Please see below for shipping information.
  • Sold By: JerseyDevilCarnivorousPlants
    The Roundleaf Sundew, Drosera rotundifolia "NJ Pine Barrens" is a relatively small but very easy to care for sundew with genetics hailing from the Pine Barrens of NJ (produced by seed or clone). This species grows in a rosetted form with long petioles and a round shaped sticky trap at the end. These traps will curl over their prey items like grasping something in your palm. In my experience, whereas most sundews are perfectly happy being blasted with sunlight, these roundleaf sundews prefer part shade or less intense sun, perfect for a windowsill. Drosera rotundifolia was one of Charles Darwin's favorite species, discussed in his second most famous work "Insectivorous Plants"!!! This is a temperate variety and requires a winter dormancy. You will receive 1 adult plant, bareroot.
  • Sold By: JerseyDevilCarnivorousPlants
    A tropical forked leaf sundew that grows wildly bushy, tall, and has huge leaves that branch wildly in many directions. The forked leaf sundew is very easy to grow, right up there with the cape sundew! You will receive 1 small plant (bareroot).

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