Exclusive offer! Here is your chance to acquire one of the most sought-after variants of Darlingtonia out there! This is a genetically red variant, meaning even under slightly lower than optimal light conditions during the fall when other Darlingtonia variants will remain green, these can still turn red! Learn More
Quite possibly the easiest carnivorous plant to grow, the Drosera capensis is a great plant for the beginner.
This all is the standard or "typical" variety which has green leaves and red tentacles. Learn More
Cephalotus is a beautiful and unique carnivorous pitcher plant from Australia, splashed with striking patterns, red accents, and some almost transparent areas in the hoods of the pitchers. A valued addition to any carnivorous plant collection.
Please be aware that young Cephlaotus are extremely small plants without mature pitchers. Young Cephalotus are usually between one-half inch (small clump) and two inches (XXL clump) in total diameter. Potted plants are shipped in our preferred potting medium of 50% peat and 50% 12-grit silica sand, topped with 12-grit silica sand. The sand is very heavy and thus Cephalotus cost a little more to ship than our other potted plants.
Alba is a special variety of Drosera capensis that is prized for its lack of coloration other than the green of the chlorophyll.
Drosera capensis is one of the easiest carnivorous plants for beginners and has no dormancy requirement. Learn More
Drosera regia is a regal, rare, and striking sundew. D. regia is a truly impressive and very uncommon carnivorous plant, with gorgeous dew-dropped leaves that can grow up to 2 feet long, making it the largest sundew in the world!
Plants for sale are small to medium sized plants with leaves normally around 3 or 4 inches in length. Learn More