Carnivorous Plants

Drosera capensis

Drosera capensis
Octopus Plant, Sundew

Native to South Africa
Perennial Carnivore
Sun: Partial to Full Sun
Water: Bog
Size: Low-growing, 6″ across

Leaves are covered with sticky hairs, will move like tentacles to capture and digest insects. Thrives in hot and humid conditions, but can be grown outside.

Pinguicula moctezumae

Pinguicula moctezumae

Native to Mexico

Sun: Moderate to Full Sun
Water: Bog
Size: Rosettes to 5″

Narrow, strappy leaves are sticky, trap bugs like flypaper. Purple flowers. Do not water over the leaves. Grow in peat, sand and pumice. Keep moist most of the year, but allow soil to slightly dry out in winter before watering when dormant.

Nepenthes Exotic Lady

Nepenthes “Exotic Lady”

Nepenthes Miranda

Nepenthes “Miranda”
Tropical Pitcher Plant
Native to tropical Asia
Perennial Carnivore

Sun: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Water: Keep Humid
Size: variable

Large hanging red-lipped pitchers. Well-drained soil should be kept moist. Hardy to 35F, keep warm in winter.

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