MikeB wrote:If you don't see what you're looking for there, try Flytrap King. It's an ironic name because he only offers two types of flytraps for sale but lots of Sarracenia, both species and hybrids. The nursery is located near Asheville, North Carolina, so it's a quick trip from there to your location.
I have no idea how I didn't know about this place already, but thanks for the day trip idea. And just as I'm getting ready to build a water table, no less.
McCWells wrote: ↑Fri Mar 31, 2023 2:27 amI am particularly interested in for Sarracenia, and Sundews at the moment.
For Sarracenia I would also recommend checking with Mike Wang
, though his inventory could be a little overwhelming if you're just starting out. For Drosera I know the seed bank has already been mentioned and it is absolutely a great resource, but personally I would instead second this recommendation to get some experience with adult plants before trying to grow from seed (not that there's anything wrong with attempting seeds of course, there's plenty to go around):
Intheswamp wrote:Well, there's a lot of growers in this forum that sometimes have extras they want to sell at some very fair prices. You might make a post asking if anybody has the specific plants that you're looking for.