Carnivorous Plants

Dionaea “Dente”

D. muscipula “Dente”
Perennial Carnivore

The classic Carnivore. Lures insects in, “teeth” prevent them from escaping, and then when they hit the trigger, the plant closes and absorbs them. Allow to slightly dry between waterings. No fertilizer.

Dionaea “Red Dragon”

D. muscipula “Red Dragon”
D. muscipula “Akai Ryu”
Perennial Carnivore

A stunning red-trapped cultivar of the classic fly trap. Deep burgundy in summer. The petioles can reach 6″. Allow to slightly dry between waterings. No fertilizer.

Dionaea muscipula

Perennial Carnivore

The classic Carnivore. Lures insects in, “teeth” prevent them from escaping, and then when they hit the trigger, the plant closes and absorbs them. Allow to slightly dry between waterings. No fertilizer. Winter hardy. Can also be grown indoors.

Drosera “Marston Dragon”

D. binata “Marston Dragon”
Deciduous Carnivore (Evergreen if Grown Indoors)

Dew covered multi-forked leaves turning bright red in the sun. Sticky dew captures insects. Best grown in 50/50 peat moss and sand. Also grows well in standing water. Water daily.

Drosera adelae

Perennial Carnivore

Long flat leaves are covered with sticky hairs which capture and digest insects. Thrives in hot and humid conditions, but can be grown outside.

Drosera adelae “Giant”

Perennial Carnivore

Long flat leaves are covered with sticky hairs which capture and digest insects. Thrives in hot and humid conditions, but can be grown outside.

Drosera aliciae

Perennial Carnivore

Stunning small rosettes, spoon-shaped leaves are covered with very red sticky hairs which capture and digest insects. Thrives in hot and humid conditions, but can be grown outside.

Drosera binata

Deciduous Carnivore (Evergreen if Grown Indoors)

Dew covered multi-forked leaves turning bright red in the sun. Sticky dew captures insects. It forms a large insect-catching bush. Best grown in 50/50 peat moss and sand. Also grows well in standing water. Water Daily.

Drosera binata v. multifida

Deciduous Carnivore (Evergreen if Grown Indoors)

Dew covered multi-forked leaves, up to 8 points per leaf, turning bright red in the sun. Sticky dew captures insects. It forms a large insect-catching bush. Best grown in 50/50 peat moss and sand. Also grows well in standing water. Water daily.

Drosera burmannii

Perennial Carnivore

Easy to grow. Soil soil moist, doesn’t need a lot of humidity. Not heat-tolerant (keep below about 85F). Dies back in winter if outside and produce new seedlings in spring. Will stay green through the winter indoors.

Drosera capensis

Perennial Carnivore

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.

Drosera capensis “Alba”

Perennial Carnivore

White 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.

Drosera capensis “Red”

Perennial Carnivore

Leaves turn bright red with enough light, 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.

Drosera enodes

Perennial Carnivore

Rare, with tiny spoon-shaped leaves covered with sticky hairs which capture and digest insects. Can go dormant in hot dry summer.

Drosera graminifolia

Perennial Carnivore

Leaf tips curl around insects. Prefers direct sunlight, but not too hot. Clip dead leaves to stimulate more growth. Will grow under fluorescent lights. Doesn’t require winter dormant period.