Drosera rotundifolia, also known as the round-leaved sundew, pictured at Thursley Common National Nature Reserve in June.

Drosera rotundifolia, also known as the round-leaved sundew, pictured at Thursley Common National Nature Reserve in June.

This is a close up of Sarracenia flava var. rugelii, a fly is just about to enter the pitcher of this carnivorous plant.

This is a close up of Sarracenia flava var. rugelii, a fly is just about to enter the pitcher of this carnivorous plant.

This is Sarracenia flava var. rugelii, you can see that a fly is just about to enter to pitcher.

This is Sarracenia flava var. rugelii, you can see that a fly is just about to enter to pitcher.

During the spring, summer and autumn, inside The Waterlily House at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, you'll find the Santa Cruz waterlily, also known by its botanical name of Victoria cruziana.  You can see the beautiful pink flowers of Ipomoea mauritiana on the right hand side of this photograph, and in the hanging baskets, Nepanthes is flourishing.

During the spring, summer and autumn, inside The Waterlily House at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, you'll find the Santa Cruz waterlily, also known by its botanical name of Victoria cruziana. You can see the beautiful pink flowers of Ipomoea mauritiana on the right hand side of this photograph, and in the hanging baskets, Nepanthes is flourishing.

Inside the newly refurbished carnivorous plants area, inside the Princess of Wales Conservatory, at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Inside the newly refurbished carnivorous plants area, inside the Princess of Wales Conservatory, at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

The Hartley Botanic Garden was designed by Catherine MacDonald from Landform Consults Ltd. The inspiration for Catherine’s design for The Hartley Botanic glasshouse, which is designed to appear as if it is emerging from a pool, came from a design by Thomas Heatherwick for the Bombay Sapphire Distillery at Laverstock Mill in Whitchurch, England. Hartley Botanic are known for their traditional glasshouses, but they also create bespoke designs, the glasshouse in their Show Garden features a…

The Hartley Botanic Garden was designed by Catherine MacDonald from Landform Consults Ltd. The inspiration for Catherine’s design for The Hartley Botanic glasshouse, which is designed to appear as if it is emerging from a pool, came from a design by Thomas Heatherwick for the Bombay Sapphire Distillery at Laverstock Mill in Whitchurch, England. Hartley Botanic are known for their traditional glasshouses, but they also create bespoke designs, the glasshouse in their Show Garden features a…

A close up of Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula. In this photograph you can see the trigger hairs inside the trap, when two or more of these hairs are touched in succession, as an insect walks over the trap, the trap will snap closed, trapping the insect inside.

A close up of Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula. In this photograph you can see the trigger hairs inside the trap, when two or more of these hairs are touched in succession, as an insect walks over the trap, the trap will snap closed, trapping the insect inside.

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