Jerry's Carnivorous Plants

Carnivorous Plants,You Can't Have Just One.


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39 Comments

Reply Gregoryrerry
6:07 PM on November 28, 2020 
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Reply TerryCor
2:12 PM on November 2, 2020 
Reply StuartNulse
8:28 PM on August 18, 2020 
Reply Ann Greene
10:35 AM on May 7, 2014 
Is there a store to buy pitcher plants in Ga?
Reply Jerry
5:25 PM on October 13, 2013 
Hi Luca.I'm sorry but I no long have the D.intermedia.
Reply luca
7:22 AM on October 5, 2013 
hi i'm a italian guy living near venice and i see you have an intermedia from carolina do u have some seed ? can u excenge (i have seed too) ?
kind regard
luca
Reply cool85k5
5:35 PM on November 10, 2012 
Hi Linda.I no longer grow Nepenthes or other tropical carnivorous plants.When I did grow them they were indoors under grow lights.My vft and Sarracenia are outside year round.
Reply Linda
10:00 AM on November 2, 2012 
Hi Jerry! I live in middle GA and just started a small collection in early May of this year. I have 5 Nepenthes, 4 Sarracenia, 3 VF's, and a few Drosera Sundews. It gets hot and humid here in middle GA also, and my Nep's were doing fine but have brought them inside for the winter. What do you do in the winter for yours? Thanks, Linda
Reply Linda Bealer
3:51 PM on April 25, 2012 
Am a lifelong fan of carnivorous flora, and am currently researching color schemes to use in an animatronic "child-eating plant" that I'm building for All-Hallow's Eve. Your site is nicely organized and concise, and the photography is gorgeous! The only CP's I see in the wild here (in southern RI) are a lovely pitcher with maroon-brown blossoms, and a miniscule sundew that's easily overlooked. Thanks for presenting some nice imagery for me to wrap my imagination around.

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