Fun facts about your Sundew carnivorous plant

*The Sundew carnivorous plant is one of the many types of carnivorous or insectivorous plants that catch insects and small animals in order to acquire additional nutrients. This is because of the fact that they are usually found in areas with a very poor soil quality. *These carnivorous plants got its name because of the […]

Buying your first carnivorous plant set?

The colorful nature and weird characteristics of carnivorous plants have made them ideal for many gardeners and enthusiasts. They can be placed in almost any kind of garden, from flowering to herbal ones. They can help not only in providing beauty and attraction to a garden but in controlling the population of the insects in […]

Desktop Carnivorous Plants – Are they suitable for your office?

People who want to avail of a different feel for their office are advised to make use of desktop carnivorous plants for their decoration and ornamental purposes. This is in relation to the ones that are usually seen in a typical office setting. Being the weirdoes of the plant world, they offer a lot of […]

A quick guide to the carnivorous plants

The carnivorous plants are special types of plants that are different from the usual types of plants. As their name suggests, they are carnivorous because of the fact that they derive most of not their nutrients not from the soil, but from the bodies of the small animals that they catch and digest. Most of […]

Carnivore Plants – Top 5 To Keep At Home

If you are new to carnivore plants, then deciding what ones to keep at home might seem like a daunting task.  You will want to get one that is easy to care for, but are probably hoping to get the most interesting carnivorous plants available.  Keeping the care requirements, the unique appearance, and the ‘cool […]

Fly Trap Plants and Winter Dormancy

So, your fly trap plants have been growing well for months since you bought them, and all of a sudden they have taken a turn for the worse. This is a very common problem and many questions arise from such a scenario. Some obvious ones include “did I feed it something bad”, “did I water […]

Nepenthes pitcher plant – native habitats

Nepenthes pitcher plants were first discovered in the middle of the 17th century.  They became quite popular in Great Britain in the 19th century, with much effort spent discovering new varieties to bring home for the wealthy to cultivate.  These plant hunting missions lead to the discovery that the Nepenthes pitcher plants have an extensive […]

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