Hardy Carnivorous Plants

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Hardy carnivorous plants that can grow outside all year round.

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This is Sarracenia flava var. rugelii - a fly is about to enter the pitcher.

Carnivorous Plants - Pumpkin Beth

This is Sarracenia x mitchelliana x Sarracenia x swaniana. A Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula. There’s something quite thrilling about carnivorous plants. Ever since I spotted a Venus Fly Trap at a nursery as a young child, I have found carnivorous plants to be intriguing. The excitement of watching a Venus Fly Trap snapping shut its trap has never ceased to fascinate me. A close up of Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula…

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

Carnivorous Plants - Pumpkin Beth

This is Sarracenia x mitchelliana x Sarracenia x swaniana. A Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula. There’s something quite thrilling about carnivorous plants. Ever since I spotted a Venus Fly Trap at a nursery as a young child, I have found carnivorous plants to be intriguing. The excitement of watching a Venus Fly Trap snapping shut its trap has never ceased to fascinate me. A close up of Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula…

This is a close up of Sarracenia cv. I love the green veining!

Carnivorous Plants - Pumpkin Beth

This is Sarracenia x mitchelliana x Sarracenia x swaniana. A Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula. There’s something quite thrilling about carnivorous plants. Ever since I spotted a Venus Fly Trap at a nursery as a young child, I have found carnivorous plants to be intriguing. The excitement of watching a Venus Fly Trap snapping shut its trap has never ceased to fascinate me. A close up of Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula…

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

Carnivorous Plants - Pumpkin Beth

This is Sarracenia x mitchelliana x Sarracenia x swaniana. A Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula. There’s something quite thrilling about carnivorous plants. Ever since I spotted a Venus Fly Trap at a nursery as a young child, I have found carnivorous plants to be intriguing. The excitement of watching a Venus Fly Trap snapping shut its trap has never ceased to fascinate me. A close up of Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula…

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

Carnivorous Plants - Pumpkin Beth

This is Sarracenia x mitchelliana x Sarracenia x swaniana. A Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula. There’s something quite thrilling about carnivorous plants. Ever since I spotted a Venus Fly Trap at a nursery as a young child, I have found carnivorous plants to be intriguing. The excitement of watching a Venus Fly Trap snapping shut its trap has never ceased to fascinate me. A close up of Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula…

Sarracenia x mitchelliana x Sarracenia x swaniana.

Carnivorous Plants - Pumpkin Beth

This is Sarracenia x mitchelliana x Sarracenia x swaniana. A Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula. There’s something quite thrilling about carnivorous plants. Ever since I spotted a Venus Fly Trap at a nursery as a young child, I have found carnivorous plants to be intriguing. The excitement of watching a Venus Fly Trap snapping shut its trap has never ceased to fascinate me. A close up of Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula…

This is a close up of Sarracenia cv. Eva, showing a trumpet with red veining.

Carnivorous Plants - Pumpkin Beth

This is Sarracenia x mitchelliana x Sarracenia x swaniana. A Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula. There’s something quite thrilling about carnivorous plants. Ever since I spotted a Venus Fly Trap at a nursery as a young child, I have found carnivorous plants to be intriguing. The excitement of watching a Venus Fly Trap snapping shut its trap has never ceased to fascinate me. A close up of Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula…

This is Sarracenia flava var.

Carnivorous Plants - Pumpkin Beth

This is Sarracenia x mitchelliana x Sarracenia x swaniana. A Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula. There’s something quite thrilling about carnivorous plants. Ever since I spotted a Venus Fly Trap at a nursery as a young child, I have found carnivorous plants to be intriguing. The excitement of watching a Venus Fly Trap snapping shut its trap has never ceased to fascinate me. A close up of Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula…

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

Carnivorous Plants - Pumpkin Beth

This is Sarracenia x mitchelliana x Sarracenia x swaniana. A Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula. There’s something quite thrilling about carnivorous plants. Ever since I spotted a Venus Fly Trap at a nursery as a young child, I have found carnivorous plants to be intriguing. The excitement of watching a Venus Fly Trap snapping shut its trap has never ceased to fascinate me. A close up of Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula…

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

Carnivorous Plants - Pumpkin Beth

This is Sarracenia x mitchelliana x Sarracenia x swaniana. A Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula. There’s something quite thrilling about carnivorous plants. Ever since I spotted a Venus Fly Trap at a nursery as a young child, I have found carnivorous plants to be intriguing. The excitement of watching a Venus Fly Trap snapping shut its trap has never ceased to fascinate me. A close up of Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula…

This is Sarracenia x mitchelliana x Sarracenia x swaniana.

Carnivorous Plants - Pumpkin Beth

This is Sarracenia x mitchelliana x Sarracenia x swaniana. A Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula. There’s something quite thrilling about carnivorous plants. Ever since I spotted a Venus Fly Trap at a nursery as a young child, I have found carnivorous plants to be intriguing. The excitement of watching a Venus Fly Trap snapping shut its trap has never ceased to fascinate me. A close up of Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula…

This is Sarracenia x Swaniana red form.

Carnivorous Plants - Pumpkin Beth

This is Sarracenia x mitchelliana x Sarracenia x swaniana. A Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula. There’s something quite thrilling about carnivorous plants. Ever since I spotted a Venus Fly Trap at a nursery as a young child, I have found carnivorous plants to be intriguing. The excitement of watching a Venus Fly Trap snapping shut its trap has never ceased to fascinate me. A close up of Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula…

A close up of the red veining of a Sarracenia.

Carnivorous Plants - Pumpkin Beth

This is Sarracenia x mitchelliana x Sarracenia x swaniana. A Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula. There’s something quite thrilling about carnivorous plants. Ever since I spotted a Venus Fly Trap at a nursery as a young child, I have found carnivorous plants to be intriguing. The excitement of watching a Venus Fly Trap snapping shut its trap has never ceased to fascinate me. A close up of Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula…

This is Sarracenia x Swaniana red form.

Carnivorous Plants - Pumpkin Beth

This is Sarracenia x mitchelliana x Sarracenia x swaniana. A Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula. There’s something quite thrilling about carnivorous plants. Ever since I spotted a Venus Fly Trap at a nursery as a young child, I have found carnivorous plants to be intriguing. The excitement of watching a Venus Fly Trap snapping shut its trap has never ceased to fascinate me. A close up of Venus Fly Trap, also known by its botanical name of Dionaea muscipula…