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Sarracenia 'Scarlet Belle'
This fantastic hybrid produces crimson pitchers with white marbling and has a curled cobra-like appearance. Donít miss-out on this awesome plant!

Drosera spatulata 'Fraser Island'
Hailing from Queensland, Australia, this lovely little sundew is a fantastic windowsill or terrarium plant.

Pinguicula primuliflora
Known as the primrose butterwort, Pinguicula primuliflora grows in rosettes of long, green leaves.

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Red Dragon Flytraps Back In Stock!

We are happy to announce that Red Dragon Venus flytraps are back in stock! These are some of our most requested plants, and for good reason. Instead of the typical green coloration, Red Dragons produce deep-red leaves and traps when exposed to ample sunlight. Click here for more.

Also check-out our other rare Venus flytrap varieties:

Cupped Trap: An extremely unusual mutation causes the traps of this plant to fuse at one end. This causes a distinctly cup-like appearance.

Big Jaws: This plant produces noticeably larger traps than standard Venus flytraps. In addition, they tend to have shorter leaves, producing a tighter cluster of traps.

Dente: Instead of the typical eyelash-like structures found on most flytraps, these produce jagged rows of shark-like teeth.

Pitcher Plant Named Top New Species

Photo by Alastair S. Robinson
Named after famed naturalist David Attenborough, Nepenthes attenboroughii is a truly striking plant. The pitchers are beautifully colored, and can be the size of a football. They are found in the Philippines and are extremely rare, perhaps even critically endangered. This exciting plant was voted one of the top 10 newly discovered species of 2010 by the International Institute for Species Exploration.

It will probably be quite some time before these amazing plants are widely available for commercial sale, but hopefully attempts to preserve their habitat or artificially propagate them are successful before they disappear completely from the wild.

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