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Nepenthes alata Mix Hanging Basket

…rainforests, these wacky pitcher plants are a botanical curiosity which is bound to draw attention and make an unusual feature in their hanging planter. Also known by the name ‘monkey cups’, it was once thought that monkeys drunk water from their pitchers! The pitchers hang down from…  More Info

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Sarracenia species 'New Hybrids Mixed'

Seemingly innocent, the leaves of the pitcher plant have evolved into water-filled funnels that hide a sinister purpose. These intriguing carnivorous plants devour insects to improve their diet and counter poor nitrogen levels in the soils of their natural habitats. Lured by the promise of sweet…  More Info

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Arbutus unedo

…attractive strawberry-like edible fruits, is an asset to any garden, being evergreen and providing year-round interest. Unusually for an ericaceous plant, it is lime-tolerant and can be grown in a variety of soil conditions. The off-white pitcher-shaped flowers and red fruits may be produced…  More Info

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Nepenthes alata (House Plant)

…this fascinating pitcher plant, Nepenthes alata, in your home and it?s bound to draw some interest. This intriguing carnivorous plant not only makes an attractive and interesting feature in your home but it doubles up as a fly catcher too! The plants are upright but have large pitcher flowers which…  More Info

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Sarracenia leucophylla (House Plant)

For an unusual house plant that will certainly draw attention, look no further than Sarracenia leucophylla. Commonly known as the Pitcher plant, this carnivorous plant produces slender, deeply veined pitchers that colour to crimson red at their open mouths. The pitchers lure insects to the nectar…  More Info

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Cephalotus follicularis

This Australian Pitcher Plant is a delightfully spooky specimen! The red/green pitchers squat amongst a sparse scattering of rounded leaves, looking like cute little monsters! The pitchers resemble gaping mouths with lips rimmed by teeth-like ribs whilst the pitcher lids are patterned with maroon…  More Info

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Sarracenia purpurea

These intriguing Pitcher Plants are guaranteed to arouse curiosity. They form upright green funnels patterned with blood-red veining and crowned with frilly lids. Sweet secretions on the lip of the pitcher lure unsuspecting insects which slide down the slippery funnel, tumbling into a pool of…  More Info

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Nepenthes sanguinea hybrid 9cm Pot x 1

…rainforests, these wacky pitcher plants are a botanical curiosity which is bound to draw attention and make an unusual feature for a hanging planter. Also known by the name ‘monkey cups’, it was once thought that monkeys drunk water from their pitchers! The pitchers hang down from…  More Info

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Nepenthes hybrider Blood Red 9cm Pot x 1

…rainforests, these wacky pitcher plants are a botanical curiosity which is bound to draw attention and make an unusual feature for a hanging planter. Also known by the name ?monkey cups?, it was once thought that monkeys drunk water from their pitchers! The pitchers hang down from tendrils growing…  More Info

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Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa

…cover the pitcher but forms ear-like wings that curl inward and are covered in rough hairs. This species earns the name ‘venosa’ due to its highly conspicuous veins that branch in tree-like patterns over the pitcher and lids. Sweet secretions on the lip of the pitcher lure unsuspecting…  More Info

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Sarracenia 'Wrigleyana'

An unusual Sarracenia species which produces both exotic pitchers and intriguing flowers. A cross between the White Pitcher and the Parrot Pitcher, Sarracenia ‘Wrigleyana’ forms slender green funnels which curl over into white hoods patterned with sinister, blood-red veins. Light shines…  More Info

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Sarracenia purpurea var. montana

…bears short, squat pitchers with greenish lids and red bodies. Unlike most other Sarracenia, the lid doesn’t cover the pitcher but forms ear-like wings that curl inwards and are patterned with beautiful tree-like veining. Sweet secretions on the lip of the pitcher lure unsuspecting insects…  More Info

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Sarracenia x stevensii

Sarracenia x stevensii is an attractive hybrid selected for its numerous, tall, slender, reddish-pink pitchers. The pitchers are crowned by pink frilly hoods patterned with intricate purple veins. Light shines through these window-like hoods, attracting unsuspecting insects to plunge to their deaths…  More Info

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