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Nepenthes densiflora - Save 20%!
Nepenthes densiflora is a striking highland Nepenthes, with a flared, toothy peristome and deep-red or maroon coloration.
Venus Flytrap 'Dente' - Save 30%!
Venus Flytrap 'Dente' has wicked, shark-like teeth instead of the typical needle-like structures.
Drosera spatulata - Save 30%!
Also known as the spoonleaf sundew, Drosera spatulata is a small, rosetted sundew. Drosera spatulata makes a perfect windowsill or terrarium plant.
Pinguicula medusina - Save 30%!
Pinguicula medusina gets its name from its mass of skinny, twisted, snakelike leaves that resemble the head of Medusa from Greek mythology.
Welcome to the Predatory Plants newsletter, your source for our latest deals and carnivorous plant news from around the world.
4th of July Sale!
Predatory Plants is celebrating our nation's birthday with a huge sale! Automatically receive 10% off every order under $50, 15% off every order from $50-$100, and 20% off every order over $100! As an extra patriotic bonus, receive an additional 5% off all American pitcher plants!
This sale begins July 1st and applies to all products in our store! Sale ends July 5th.
New Seeds in Stock!
Here are just some of the exciting new carnivorous plant seeds in stock at Predatory Plants:
Drosera nidiformis seeds: Drosera nidiformis is a tropical sundew found in South Africa. They are easy to grow and remain relatively small, making them ideal candidates for windowsill or terrarium growing.
Drosera binata seeds: Drosera binata grows long stems with forked leaves that turn vivid red under adequate sunlight. These leaves give Drosera binata the nickname fork-leaved sundew.
Drosera capensis "Alba" seeds: Drosera capensis, also called the cape sundew, is perhaps the perfect carnivorous plant for a beginner. The 'alba' variety of cape sundew has all-white leaves instead of the typical red coloration. Cape sundew grow large stems with many long, green leaves.
Drosera capensis 'Narrow' seeds: Drosera capensis, also called the cape sundew, is perhaps the perfect carnivorous plant for a beginner. They grow large stems with many long, green leaves. The end of each leaf is covered in small tentacles with tiny droplets of mucilage on each one.
Borneo Bats Live in Pitcher Plants
A recent study has revealed that bats native to Borneo frequently inhabit the roomy pitchers of some of the native species of tropical pitcher plant. It is suggested that the plants receive nutritious fertilization from the bat droppings, while the bats enjoy a protective and secure shelter. Photo credit: BBC