carnivorous plant

  • 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 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 '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 cyclosecta is a tropical species that produces a rosette of violet-green leaves.  P. cyclosecta   In nature, it grows on shaded, humid limestone cliffs in.
  • 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 gigantea is a tropical species that has the largest leaves of any Pinguicula. Sticky glands are not only present on the top of the leaves but also on the bottom, which is not common among Butterworts.  P. gigantea grows continuously throughout the year if provided warm, wet conditions.  It does not go dormant like many other tropical Butterworts do.   In nature, it grows on vertical limestone walls in the state of Oaxaca, Mexico.
  • 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: Carnivore Culture
    Sarracenia psittacina, also known as the Parrot Pitcher Plant is a very unique species of Sarracenia.  The pitchers extend outward and the mouth and lid have a "hood"-like appearance.  In its' natural habitat the plants are  seasonally submerged under water and it may be the only Sarracenia species to capture aquatic prey.  In addition, the examples offered are absolutely stunning examples of Sarracenia psittacina, which were grown from seed from plants native to the Okefenokee Swamp.  Some are deep purple-red with lots of white fenestrations (light windows) on their large, globose hoods, while others are a brilliant yellowish green with deep scarlet hoods and somewhat less fenestrations, and of course every imaginable form in between.  Your plant will be shipped bare root (unpotted), wrapped in moss.  You can purchase a pot and soil to be shipped with your plant here.
  • Sold By: Carnivore Culture
    Pinguicula ehlersiae is a small rosetted species that comes from the states of San Luis Potosí and Hidalgo. A striking rosetted species with red leaves.  The flower of P. elhersiae varies greatly in color and even shape. This clone has a small pinkish-purple flower.  Your plant will be shipped bare root (unpotted), wrapped in moss.  You can purchase a pot and soil to be shipped with your plant here.
  • Sold By: Kimber's Carnivores
    Hello Everyone, what we have here is a MBRS original creation.  A very vigorous unique looking cross.  This plant looks like the anthocyanin free (all green) leucophylla with a smaller diameter tube.  The mature height of the is cross is 25 inches. Medium size plants are near flowering size.  Best planted in 4 inch size pot. All plant are shipped on Tuesday's when your order is paid for by Sunday before noon PST We ship priority mail year round.
  • Sold By: Fort Bragg Carnivores
    Alata Texas is a robust variety of Sarracenia from the eastern part of Texas. Alata Texas is a paler form of Alata. Gorgeous yellow green color with dark veins running along the tube and throat. Plant currently in a 4 inch pot. 1 growth point with 3 mature pitchers, one more currently forming. 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.  CPR1
  • 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

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