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  • Dionaea muscipula “Red FoxDionaea muscipula “Red Fox

    Dionaea muscipula “Red Fox”

    8.0010.00 *

    Dionaea muscipula “Red Fox” is a beautiful upright plant, massive trap and deformed or absent teeth.

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  • Dionaea muscipula "Korri Double"Dionaea muscipula "Korri Double"

    Dionaea muscipula “Korri Double”

    12.0013.00 *

    Dionaea muscipula “Korri Double” is a blend of ‘Korrigans’ and “Double Trouble”, featuring a range of traits like the double trap, fused leaf-trap, and elongated neck.

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  • Sarracenia leucophylla L19 MK x Adrian Slack H113MK #4

    Sarracenia leucophylla L19 MK x Adrian Slack H113MK #4

    10.00 *

    Sarracenia leucophylla L19 MK x Adrian Slack H113MK #4 is a clone selected by our team. Really colorfull Hybrid! The lid is white with dark red web of veins, red throat under the lid.

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  • Drosera binata [Freycinet, Australia]

    Drosera binata [Freycinet, Australia]

    6.00 *

    Drosera binata [Freycinet, Australia], is an upright and subtropical plant. A very fascinating and robust Drosera, capable of staying outdoors all year round, making it a perfect choice for beginners!

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  • Drosera binata var. multifida f. extrema [Angourie, nsw]

    Drosera binata var. multifida f. extrema [Angourie, nsw]

    8.00 *

    Drosera binata var. multifida f. extrema [Angourie, nsw] is a large, upright and subtropical plant. The bifurcated traps of this variety have multiple branches. A very fascinating and robust Drosera, capable of staying outdoors all year round, making it a perfect choice for beginners!

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  • Dionaea muscipula "TDK #2"Dionaea muscipula "TDK #2"

    Dionaea muscipula “TDK #2”

    6.008.00 *

    Dionaea muscipula “TDK #2” is a clone made by Diflora: an upright clone with a large trap and a thin leaf. A Dionaea belonging to the TDK line, hybrids.

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  • Dionaea muscipula 'Jaw smiley'Dionaea muscipula 'Jaw smiley'

    Dionaea muscipula ‘Jaw smiley’

    30.00 *

    Dionaea muscipula ‘Jaw smiley’ is a famous prostrate cultivar with unique large, oblong, green-red traps and thin teeth. Distinctive and captivating.

  • Drosera bequaertiiDrosera bequaertii

    Drosera bequaertii [S of Kalemba, Democratic Republic of the Congo]

    25.00 *

    Drosera bequaertii is a very rare rosette-shaped tropical sundew that tends to accumulate growth points reaching a certain height.

  • Drosera aff. ordensis x aff. ordensisDrosera aff. ordensis x aff. ordensis

    Drosera aff. ordensis x aff. ordensis

    16.01 *

    Drosera aff. ordensis x aff. ordensis has numerous leaves, which as typical for the subgenus consist of a long, hairy petiole supporting a nearly round lamina.

  • Drosera lanata x (aff. petiolaris x ordensis)Drosera lanata x (aff. petiolaris x ordensis)

    Drosera lanata x (aff. petiolaris x ordensis)

    10.00 *

    Drosera lanata x (aff. petiolaris x ordensis): Hybrid of petiolaris, he hairy, thread-like green leaves with oval-circular trap at the end.

  • Drosera cistifloraDrosera cistiflora

    Cistiflora “cerise flower” [Kasteelberg, S.A.]

    12.00 *

    Drosera cistiflora is a carnivorous plant with winter growth native to South Africa. It has a vegetative cycle similar to tuberous plants, with the difference that in summer it produces fleshy roots to endure the hot period.

  • Drosera chrysolepisDrosera chrysolepis

    Drosera chrysolepis

    14.00 *

    Drosera chrysolepis is a tropical (Highland) from Brazil, has a palm-like growth habit and grows tall. It grows quite tall. It has pretty white flower.

  • Drosera cistiflora

    Drosera cistiflora “purple flower”

    10.00 *

    Drosera cistiflora is a carnivorous plant with winter growth native to South Africa. It has a vegetative cycle similar to tuberous plants, with the difference that in summer it produces fleshy roots to endure the hot period.

  • Drosera broomensisDrosera broomensis

    Drosera broomensis

    10.00 *

    Drosera broomensis is a beautiful petiolate sundew from North Australia, has long, thin leaves and reaching considerable size.

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  • Drosera peltataDrosera peltata

    Drosera peltata

    8.00 *

    Drosera peltata, is a climbing or scrambling perennial tuberous sundew. Is one of the easiest tuberous Drosera to cultivate, a characteristic that is attributed to its forgiving nature when it comes to water and temperature. Among the tuberous sundews, D. peltata has the largest distribution.

  • Drosera macranthaDrosera macrantha

    Drosera macrantha “Hills form”

    14.00 *

    Drosera macrantha “Hills form” is a slender sundew with red inverted cup traps. Absolutly awsome shape of the traps and very good choice for beginners of tuberous sundews.

  • Drosera basifoliaDrosera basifolia

    Drosera basifolia

    12.00 *

    Drosera basifolia is one of four species in the menziesii complex consisting of D. basifolia, D. drummondii, D. menziesii and D. thysanosepala. The plants are usually deep red to maroon in colour. Among the erect-growing tuberous sundews with its traps pointing downwards it is certainly one of the most beautiful.

  • Drosera banksiiDrosera banksii

    Drosera banksii

    10.00 *

    Drosera banksii is an annual herbaceous plant. The plant’s floral scape can be up to 3 cm long and produces from April to July 2 to 10 white hermaphroditic flowers. Despite being self-fertile, it is not self-pollinating, thus requiring natural or manual pollination.

  • Drosera lunataDrosera lunata

    Drosera lunata

    8.00 *

    Drosera lunata is an easily cultivated, upright variety of tuberous sundew. It ranks among the most vigorous and amazing tuberous sundews, making it an excellent choice for beginners interested in cultivating tuberous Drosera.

  • Drosera rupicolaDrosera rupicola

    Drosera rupicola

    10.00 *

    Drosera rupicola it’s an easy to grow semi-erect form of tuberous sundew. The stem is thick and the trap is massive and elegant.

  • Drosera rupicola 'red x green'Drosera rupicola 'red x green'

    Drosera rupicola “red x green form”

    12.00 *

    Drosera rupicola “red x green form” it’s an easy to grow semi-erect form of tuberous sundew. The stem is thick and the trap is massive, colorful and elegant.

  • Drosera hookeriDrosera hookeri

    Drosera hookeri

    5 out of 5
    8.00 *

    Drosera hookeri is a erect-growing tuberose from Australia. Like all tuberous plants it vegetates in winter (September to May) and goes into vegetative rest in summer, with the dry heat, forming the tuber.

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  • Drosera gracilis

    Drosera gracilis

    8.00 *

    Drosera gracilis is a erect-growing tuberose from Australia.. Like all tuberous plants it vegetates in winter (September to May) and goes into vegetative rest in summer, with the dry heat, forming the tuber.

  • Drosera x "Intruder"Drosera x "Intruder"

    Drosera x “Intruder”

    8.00 *

    Drosera x “Intruder” is a beautiful cross between two easy-to-grow South African sundews. The result is a hybrid similar to Drosera capensis but characterised by a much wider leaf blade than normal.

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  • Drosera capensis "Dark Maroon"Drosera capensis "Dark Maroon"

    Drosera capensis “Dark Maroon”

    8.00 *

    Drosera capensis “Dark Maroon” is characterised by a dark maroon colour. Its traps are densely covered with dark-red tentacles and sticky drops.

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  • Drosera capensis (Mini Red)Drosera capensis (Mini Red)

    Drosera capensis “Mini Red”

    7.00 *

    Drosera capensis “Mini Red”: Compact and smaller form of Drosera capensis. Its traps are up to 5 cm long and are densely covered with dark-red tentacles.

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  • Drosera capensis (Hairy)Drosera capensis (Hairy)

    Drosera capensis “Hairy”

    Drosera capensis “Hairy”: Hairy form of Drosera capensis. Has fine hairs all along the petiole and in the floral scape. It is very easy to grow.

  • Drosera latifolia [Caminho do Mar]Drosera latifolia [Caminho do Mar]

    Drosera latifolia [Caminho do Mar]

    8.0010.00 *

    Drosera latifolia is a rare, brightly colored sundew native to South America; it can reach considerable size for a tropical sundew.

  • Heliamphora minorHeliamphora minor

    Heliamphora minor

    5 out of 5
    6.00 *

    Heliamphora minor, a carnivorous plant from Venezuelan Tepui, thrives in tropical highland conditions, but adapts well to most crops.

  • Blonde Sphagnum Peat Moss (Estonian Peat Moss)Blonde Sphagnum Peat Moss (Estonian Peat Moss)

    Blonde Sphagnum peat moss (Estonian peat moss)

    5 out of 5
    0.404.30 *

    Blonde Sphagnum Peat is the substrate par excellence, used for growing our carnivorous plants, usually mixed 50/50 with perlite.

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  • Pinguicula tolatongoSp Tolatongo

    Pinguicula sp. Tolatongo

    5 out of 5
    7.00 *

    Pinguicula sp. Tolatongo: Mexican and tropical small, purplish plant with folded white-tipped lobes. Ideal for beginners. Prostrate shape.

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  • Dionaea muscipula "Kim Il Sung"Dionaea muscipula "Kim Il Sung"

    Dionaea muscipula “Kim Il Sung”

    5 out of 5
    15.00 *

    Dionaea muscipula “Kim Il Sung”: Unique, aggressive form. Striking, distinctive appearance with irregular teeth and wavy forms. A must-have for fans!

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  • Drosera rotundifoliaDrosera rotundifolia

    Drosera rotundifolia

    7.00 *

    Drosera rotundifolia is easy to grow; it has green leaves, the trap is green but if it is exposed to full sun it turns slightly red.

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  • Sale! Pinguicula gypsicolaPinguicula gypsicola

    Pinguicula gypsicola

    5 out of 5
    10.78 *

    Pinguicula gypsicola has erect, narrow leaves with backward folded margins in summer, and a narrow rosette of small, noncarnivorous leaves in winter.

  • Pinguicula laueana crimson flowerLaueana crimson flower

    Pinguicula laueana (Crimson Flower)

    5 out of 5
    12.00 *

    Pinguicula laueana (Crimson Flower): Tropical carnivorous plant, dark green leaves, stunning red flowers. Great for beginners.

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  • Dionaea muscipula AR WerewolfDionaea muscipula AR Werewolf

    Dionaea muscipula “AR Werewolf”

    14.00 *

    “Dionaea AR Werewolf”: upright clone with dark red color, narrow petiole, and stubby-toothed traps. Wavy and irregular. Striking yellow-orange leaf edge.

  • Sarracenia x "Uniposka"Sarracenia leucophylla L18MK x Moorei All Red Diflora Giant

    Sarracenia x “Uniposka”

    15.00 *

    Sarracenia leucophylla L18MK x Moorei All Red Diflora Giant has pink hues, the ascidium is colored soft red with broad white fenestrations and purplish cap.

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  • Dionaea muscipula AlienDionaea muscipula Alien

    Dionaea muscipula ‘Alien’

    5 out of 5
    10.0012.00 *

    Dionaea muscipula ‘Alien’ is a famous prostrate cultivar with large, curved traps. Unique split teeth in mature plants. Slow-growing, giant variety.

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