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Discover other lesser-known genres of carnivorous plants and let yourself be amazed by the diversity and extraordinary adaptability of these fascinating botanical predators.

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  • Utricularia longifoliaUtricularia longifolia

    Utricularia longifolia

    8.00 *

    Utricularia longifolia is a terrestrial or epiphyte carnivorous plant native to Brazil. They possess suction traps, called utricles. When the prey touches the hairs connected to the trap’s ‘door’, the trap opens and sucks the prey and the surrounding water inside.

  • Big pot: Brocchinia reductaBrocchinia reducta

    Big pot: Brocchinia reducta

    16.00 *

    Brocchinia reducta is one of the few carnivorous bromeliads, native to the mountains of South America where it grows in nutrient-poor soils. When growing on rocks it uses its roots as anchors. It adapts well to different types of environments, which is why it is considered an easy plant, suitable for beginners. Like all Bromeliaceae, it forms urns capable of collecting rainwater through its overlapping leaves. The sweetish odor emitted by the water and the leaves covered with smooth, waxy scales that reflect ultraviolet rays are able to attract ants and other insects.

  • Stylidium debileStylidium debile

    Stylidium debile

    5.00 *

    Stylidium debile is a perennial plant native to Australia. This plant is intriguing for its unique pollination mechanism: when an insect lands on the flower, a sensitive part activates, pushing the pollen onto the insect to transfer it to other flowers.

  • Catopsis berteronianaCatopsis berteroniana

    Catopsis berteroniana

    15.00 *

    Catopsis berteroniana is an epiphytic bromeliad thought to be a possible carnivorous plant, similar to Brocchinia reducta, although the evidence is equivocal. Its native range is from southern Florida to southern Brazil. It generally grows on the unshaded twigs of trees.

  • Brocchinia reductaBrocchinia reducta

    Brocchinia reducta

    8.00 *

    Brocchinia reducta is one of the few carnivorous bromeliads, native to the mountains of South America where it grows in nutrient-poor soils. When growing on rocks it uses its roots as anchors. It adapts well to different types of environments, which is why it is considered an easy plant, suitable for beginners. Like all Bromeliaceae, it forms urns capable of collecting rainwater through its overlapping leaves. The sweetish odor emitted by the water and the leaves covered with smooth, waxy scales that reflect ultraviolet rays are able to attract ants and other insects.

  • Heliamphora minorHeliamphora minor

    Heliamphora minor

    6.00 *

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

  • Pinguicula sp. TolatongoPinguicula sp. Tolatongo

    Pinguicula sp. Tolatongo

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

    Blonde Sphagnum peat moss (Estonian peat moss)

    0.404.30 *

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

  • Blond Sphagnum Peat & Perlite mix (50/50)

    Blond peat of Sphagnum moss & perlite mix (50/50)

    2.867.92 *

    Blond peat of sphagnum moss and perlite, mixed to 50%. The classic appropriate mix to make many carnivorous plant grow at their best, prepared by our staff.

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

    Dionaea muscipula “Kim Il Sung”

    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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  • Dionaea muscipula AlienDionaea muscipula Alien

    Dionaea muscipula ‘Alien’

    10.0012.00 *

    Dionaea muscipula ‘Alien’ is a giant prostrate plant with elongated, bean-shaped, and arched traps. One of the most notable features of this cultivar’s traps is their dentition, which vaguely resembles the teeth of a monster or an alien. The “teeth” of the traps are often fused together at the base, creating a jagged and irregular appearance.

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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.

  • Pinguicula laueana crimson flowerLaueana crimson flower

    Pinguicula laueana (Crimson Flower)

    12.00 *

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

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  • AgriperliteAgriperlite

    Agriperlite

    2.757.70 *

    Agriperlite increases soil aeration for carnivorous plants. Mixed with sphagnum peat, it is an inert, expands 20 times and is microbiologically safe.

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  • Dionaea muscipula AR WerewolfDionaea muscipula AR Werewolf

    Dionaea muscipula “AR Werewolf”

    18.00 *

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

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