JerseyDevilCarnivorousPlants

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Josh's Jersey Devil Carnivorous Plants. Located in the Pine Barrens of New Jersey (in the heart of Leeds' Devil territory!) I began like many others with a supermarket Venus Flytrap. Soon, I too became obsessed and ordered up every plant I found online, most of all I was intrigued by those from my home state. My fascination for these plants even lead me to study Environmental Science at my University where I was given the opportunity to research the very plants I fell in love with! Up for sale are propagated plants from my private collection. Lots of unique specimens, hybrids, temperate and tropical offerings. My schedule allows me to ship on Mondays currently. I ship via USPS Priority.

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    I have an interesting complex hybrid up for sale. I received this plant as "Sarracenia (purpurea heterophylla x moorei)". This hybrid looks like a typical Catesbei IMO. Spring pitchers tend to look green with red veins, but in the summer and fall the upper tube turns a dark crimson with excellent veination on the inner hood. Cold hardy and will survive outdoors without overwinter protection. 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.  
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    My Venus flytrap seed was hand harvested July 2020 from plants that I myself had grown from seed and were left to be pollinated by insects. The seed in question was sourced from "deluxe mixed cultivars", which means we're 2 generations in now! Many interesting plants grew from seed; red coloration, giant traps, short teeth, all green, ground hugging, elongated traps, extra long petioles, extra short petioles, you name it. Enjoy the same process I went through all those years ago! You will receive 50 seeds. Free shipping and no inspection required on seed-only orders.
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    The spoonleaf sundew, Drosera intermedia "NJ Pine Barrens" is a relatively small but very easy to care for sundew. This species grows in a rosetted or branching form with long petioles and a spoon shaped sticky trap at the end. These traps will curl over their prey items like grasping something in your palm. Capable of growing bushy and turning solid red in bright light, these Jersey Boys will stand out in any carnivore collection. This is a temperate variety and requires a winter dormancy. Bundle options available. You will receive your plants barerooted. TEMPERATE PLANTS ARE DORMANT FROM FALL INTO SPRING.
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    An unbeatable value for the classic Venus Flytrap! What more needs to be said? You will receive a happy, healthy adult Venus Flytrap (Dionaea muscipula), an unnamed "typical" variety which may be produced from seed or division (bareroot). Bundle options available.
     
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    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)
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    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.
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    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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    Drosera filiformis "NJ Pine Barrens" is an easy to grow threadleaf sundew with long, slender green leaves and red tentacles whose genetics hail from the Pine Barrens of New Jersey (produced from either seed or division/clone). The leaves average 7-9 inches at maturity. Threadleaf sundews are easily one of the most effective hunters in my gardens, becoming decorated with insects collected over the summer like a morbid Christmas tree! This is a cold hardy variety that produces a winter hibernacula and will survive hard freezes. You will receive 1 adult sized plant, bareroot. TEMPERATE PLANTS ARE DORMANT FROM FALL INTO SPRING.
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    Drosera Spatulata 'Fraser Island' is a small, pretty tropical rosetted sundew that can be grown like Cape Sundews. Visually, they most resemble Roundleaf sundews with more tentacles and dew travelling down a slightly wider petiole. They are happy on sunny windowsills and are very easy to care for. This variety is from Fraser Island, Australia and can attain solid red coloration under bright lights. You will receive 1 adult sized plant, bareroot.
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    A typical forked leaf sundew, this is a typical, unnamed variety that generally grows leaves that split in two, but occasionally will grow other crazy formations. This variety can grow quite tall and bushy! This variety survived winter in a cold frame (climate zone 7A)You will receive 1 medium/adult plant (bareroot)
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    This classic hybrid grows interestingly tube shaped red pitchers with white dots interspersed over the surface. Small for a Sarracenia, but the perfect size to stand alongside your purple or parrot pitcher plants, sundews, and Venus fly traps! Size options (bareroot): 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.
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    A classic tropical sundew with elongated leaves on a stem with dewy tentacles, this form turns solid red from the base of the stem to the tip of the leaf under bright light. The Cape Sundew is a windowsill staple that is unbelievably easy to care for and actually hard to kill! You will receive one adult plant, bareroot.
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    A classic tropical sundew, Drosera Capensis "alba" is an "Anthocyanin free" (no red pigment mutant) specimen with elongated leaves on a stem with clear, white looking dewy tentacles. The Cape Sundew is a windowsill staple that is unbelievably easy to care for and actually hard to kill! You will receive one adult plant, bareroot.
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    A classic tropical sundew with elongated leaves on a stem with red, dewy tentacles. The Cape Sundew is a windowsill staple that is unbelievably easy to care for and actually hard to kill! You will receive one adult plant, bareroot.
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    Sarracenia x "Night Sky x Leah's Child" is a white topped complex hybrid pitcher plant. This specimen here is a very beautiful with nice slim white upper pitchers. Unlike pure leucophylla which can sometimes be a tad finicky and slower growing IMO, this specimen benefits from hybrid vigor and grows fast, tall, and divides regularly! I often call it my "budget White Knight" due its passing resemblance to aforementioned cultivar. It is primarily white and tends to be more green, but some red will fill in the veins around the mouth and throat of the pitchers. If you are in the market for cheaper, impressive, and vigorous white-topped style pitcher plants then look no further! 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.

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