Carnivorous Plants for Sale

  • Sold By: Fort Bragg Carnivores
    One of my favorite hybrids! Tapestry was created by Karen Oudean of Oudean’s Willow Creek Nursery. This hybrid sports a ruffled lid and heavy veins. Colors deepen throughout growing season with veins and lip turning red to deep burgundy. Flowering sized Tapestry currently in a 4 inch pot.
  • Sold By: Fort Bragg Carnivores
    Don't let her short stature fool you, this beauty packs a punch of color! Scarlett Belle is a vigorous low growing variety with lots of charm. Delicate lace like veins on tube grow deeper in contrast to the lids bright areoles. Forms large clumps over time with many pitchers. Flowering size Scarlett Belle currently growing in a 4 inch pot. Plants for sale are older and will have multiple growth points.
  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    Sarracenia ‘Přemysl Otakar I.’ x purp. ssp. venosa var. Montana clone #A - I got a hand cramp just trying to write the name. Luckily, admiring its beauty is a much less arduous, and in fact a complete pleasure. Check out the veins, ruffled lids, and beautiful shades of purple, dark red, white, and green. What a stunner! - Only 1 available! 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
    Here we have the OG Sarracenia ‘Přemysl Otakar I.’ named for the Czech king who governed Bohemia waaaay back in 1192. This plant will stand tall, royal, and magnificent over your Sarracenia collection. Only 1 of these one-of-a-kind cultivars available this season! 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: 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 Wilkerson White Knight is another beauty from the bogs of the Wilkerson family. Note the resemblance to the famous Leah Wilkerson! Just as robust, large, and gorgeous as it's likely-sibling, this WWK has more prominent white markings and slightly less-prominent throat blotches when compared to Leah. It's so much fun to see folks growing all of the Wilkerson plants in their garden as a "Wilkerson bog collection."
  • 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.

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