Carnivorous Plants for Sale

  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    Sarracenia flava Virginia - are we calling this one a maxima? Ehhh... almost! The stark-green in this Sarracenia is only broken up by light veining in the throat. Otherwise, greeeeeen! I hear it's the new black!
  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    Sarracenia flava Rubricorpora Andrew Marshall Clone FC32 is a looker! This one is still coloring up in my collection, but even this young, early-season pitcher has great shape and shows you where this is headed with a little more light - dark, red, and moody!
  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    Everyone needs a good rugelii in their collection, and if you're going to add on, might as well go big! Sarracenia flava Rugelii F1 Mike Wang Liz T is a honking-big clone with a helipad for a lid. Also, can we talk about that pouty lip? You could legitimately use this thing as a "pitcher plant."
  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    Sarracenia flava ornata Black Veins from Bulloch Co GA is one of the, if not the, most outstanding version of flava ornata in cultivation. With super dark, crisp Veins, upright folded back lid, and slender pitchers, it's the quintessential ornata and will steal the spotlight in any collection!
  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    A mean green machine! Sarracenia alata (A11) Arthur S. isn't your typical alata - it lacks the typical heavy veining and replaces it with a wavy green lid and all-green gullet! Introduce some fun new S. alata genetics into your collection!
  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    An unfortunately rare specimen in the wild, Sarracenia alabamensis 'Dan Winter' clone is a prime example of the species. Lime green pitchers with veining throughout only makes you wish this plant weren't endangered. Because of its endangered status, this plant can't leave Colorado, where I live - so any sales from other states will be automatically canceled and refunded. Luckily, a portion of every purchase through the CPR Marketplace gets donated to carnivorous plant conservation efforts!
  • Sold By: Carlton Carnivores
    This diminutive hybrid produces rosettes that rarely reach more than 1-1.5 inches in diameter with short paddle shaped leaves that blush bright crimson in good light. Tall wiry flower stalks are produced regularly, and are covered in tiny glands much like in D. brevifolia; flowers are bright pink, and sterile. Commonly dividing, this hybrid will often rapidly form clumps and colonies. 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: Jeff Greene’s Carnivorous Plants
    S. oreophila x 'Adrian Slack' is a spectacular cross from the one and only Rob Co (owner of The Pitcher Plant Project). Rob made and selected several choice clones providing a variety of coloration and traits from each parent. We are offering limited divisions from these plants to you. While not every division will look exactly as pictured here, all will be fantastically beautiful in their own unique individuality! These plants are 1st-year divisions that were potted in January. Yours will be unpotted and shipped BARE-ROOT based on your size selection(s). Plants will be packaged with care and shipped out on Mondays and/or Tuesdays via USPS (1st Class or Priority at 1-3 days time in transit). Shipping 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. alata "Black" is one of the OG's (original gems) that my mentor Karen Oudean provided to me several years ago. Originally from Orgel's Orchids in Florida and obtained by Oudean in 1997. Displays a wide form with stunning linear venation and red-black suffusion of color on chartreuse-green. Comes into its best in late summer. We especially enjoy the 'flying nun' shape of the lid! Check the gallery photos to spot the Pacific tree frog! These plants are 1st-year divisions that were potted in January. Yours will be unpotted and shipped BARE-ROOT based on your size selection(s). Plants will be packaged with care and shipped out on Mondays and/or Tuesdays via USPS (1st Class or Priority at 1-3 days time in transit). Shipping 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: 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. alata green is a stunning all-green tall pitcher with gorgeous creamy white flowers in Spring. A must-have for all gardeners who are interested in growing carnivorous plants. 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!

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