Carnivorous Plants for Sale

Carnivorous Plant Marketplace

Welcome to the carnivorous plant marketplace, where you purchase carnivorous plants directly from the wonderful nurseries that grow them! Each plant is listed, and will be fulfilled by the nursery that grew it. What’s even better than that? 1% of every sale goes directly to the non-profit International Carnivorous Plant Society for carnivorous plant conservation. Shopping with us is a great way to find the perfect plant, support the carnivorous plant community, and ensure the survival of these wonderful plants in the wild.

  • Sold By: Mesa Exotics
    King Henry is one of the largest varieties of Venus flytraps around and a must-have for your carnivorous plant garden. Given a deep pot and healthy growing conditions, the flytrap will reward  you with 2 inch traps at the end of long leaves/petioles. The plants for sale are mature, and there’s a limited stock, so pick one up today! Dionaea ‘King Henry’ is a vigorous grower, regularly holding 6+ traps at one time, and producing offshoots that you can let cluster into a glorious Venus flytrap bush, or divide into individual specimen plants. Shipping note: Mesa Exotics charges $10.00 flat rate shipping to the continental US regardless of how many flytraps you purchase. Plants ship every Monday and Tuesday and they normally take about 2 days to reach you. Venus flytraps are dormant during winter and ship bare root. Shipping during dormancy is ideal as it minimizes stress on the plant, and allows them to roar back to life come spring! Don Elkins of Mesa Exotics selectively hybridized this variety of Venus flytrap into existence in 2011 and is happy to offer it to you through Carnivorous Plant Resource!
  • Sale! Sold By: Mesa Exotics
    Looking for an easy-to-grow carnivorous plant that amazes with glistening dew drops and leaf movement? Look no further than Drosera capensis, commonly referred to as the Cape Sundew! This hearty plant will bring a smile to faces when you witness it snag flying bugs out of the air. Sundews work by producing a sticky, dew-like substance that attracts insects thinking it's a free meal. When they land on the leaf, insects get stuck, and over the course of an hour, the leaf will curl around the prey for digestion. Drosera capensis is the perfect beginner's carnivorous plant. It has no dormancy requirement, grows quickly, and will take care of that nagging gnat problem. Even better is that, if left to flower, the plant self-pollinates and produces a great seed set that will help you grow even more plants. Cape Sundews are perfect for classrooms, bright windowsills, or even most backyards. Simply keep it moist in a water tray, and give it distilled water or rainwater. Sunlight and insects will take care of the rest. Shipping note: Mesa Exotics charges $10.00 flat rate shipping to the continental US regardless of how many Drosera capensis you purchase. The sundews ship bare root and go out in the mail on Mondays and Tuesdays to reach you before the weekend.
  • Sale! Sold By: Feff's Fantastical Botanicals
    Sarracenia 'Black Widow' is a killer cultivar pitcher plant from the gardens of Phil Faulisi. It's a primary hybrid between alata black throat x flava red (a rubicorpora) pitcher plants with 2.5 ft+ tall pitchers that start off a heavily veined red color, and turn a deep purple with age and bright light. The plant is very hearty, and I grow it outdoors in Southern California where it has withstood 115+ degree weather and little-to-no humidity. In a greenhouse, this thing would be a monster! Plants for sale are mature and ship bare root. If purchased outside of dormancy, I may have to trim pitchers in order to fit them in shipping boxes. I keep shipping simple by charging a $10 flat rate to the continental US regardless of how many plants you purchase from me. Happy growing!
  • Sold By: Carnivore Culture
    Pinguicula moranensis is a highly variable species of Butterwort.  It can be found across a wide area in many different habitats.  For these reasons it can have variable flowers, including forms with all white flowers.  P. moranensis var alba is a form of P. moranensis that produces all white flowers.
  • Sold By: Carnivore Culture
    Pinguicula gypsicola is a tropical species that has unusual carnivorous leaves for a Butterwort in that they are linear.  P. gypsicola produces carnivorous summer leaves and non-carnivorous winter leaves.  During winter it requires much less water and care should be taken not to over water them.  During winter it should be treated like a succulent with infrequent watering.
  • Sold By: Carnivore Culture
    Pinguicula emarginata x cyclosecta  is a hybrid between two tropical species. P. cyclosecta is known for its' purpleish leaves and P. emarginata is know for its' variegated (striped) flowers. The result is a very attractive plant with great foliage and flowers.
  • Sold By: Carnivore Culture
    Pinguicula 'Pirouette' is a hybrid between two tropical species that was specifically selected for its' attractive foliage, which develops a pinkish to red color, and an abundance of flowers in almost any season.  P. 'Pirouette' grows continuously throughout the year if provided warm, wet conditions.  It does not go dormant like many other tropical Butterworts do.
  • Sold By: Carnivore Culture
    Pinguicula cyclosecta is a tropical species that produces a rosette of violet-green leaves.  P. cyclosecta   In nature, it grows on shaded, humid limestone cliffs in.
  • Sold By: Carnivore Culture
    Pinguicula esseriana is a tropical species that produces a tight cluster of  small leaves and never gets very large.  P. esseriana produces non-carnivorous "succulent like" leaves during the winter.  In nature, P. eeseriana grows in semi-arid steppes and has a broad range, extending through several states of Mexico.
  • Sold By: Carnivore Culture
    Pinguicula gigantea is a tropical species that has the largest leaves of any Pinguicula. Sticky glands are not only present on the top of the leaves but also on the bottom, which is not common among Butterworts.  P. gigantea grows continuously throughout the year if provided warm, wet conditions.  It does not go dormant like many other tropical Butterworts do.   In nature, it grows on vertical limestone walls in the state of Oaxaca, Mexico.
  • Sold By: Carnivore Culture
    Pinguicula koehres (gypsicola x moranensis?) x gypsicola has long, rather wide summer leaves with dark leaf margins.  The flowers are an attractive dark purple with a large white patch in the center of the bottom lip.  It has a dormant period where it produces small non carnivorous leaves
  • Sold By: JerseyDevilCarnivorousPlants
    Plant sales to Texas from Jersey Devil Carnivorous Plants require an additional inspection to be shipped. Each Phytosanitary inspection is $20. (This is NOT $20 PER PLANT but PER SALE.) Simply add an inspection to your order before checking out if your are located in TX. Please note, an inspection may cause shipping delays. I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Note, this does NOT apply to seed-only sales!
  • Sold By: JerseyDevilCarnivorousPlants
    Brand new cultivar! Looks like an extra "thicc" drosera capensis. Very easy to grow and impressive! Grow just like your capensis (cape sundews). You will receive one small/medium sized plant (bareroot)
  • Sold By: JerseyDevilCarnivorousPlants
    A typical forked leaf sundew, this is a typical, unnamed variety that generally grows leaves that split in two, but occasionally will grow other crazy formations. This variety can grow quite tall and bushy! This variety survived winter in a cold frame (climate zone 7A)You will receive 1 medium/adult plant (bareroot)
  • Sold By: JerseyDevilCarnivorousPlants
    Drosera filiformis "Florida red" is an easy to grow, vigorous threadleaf sundew that turns solid red in full sun. This variety is one of my favorites. Despite originating from a subtropical region, this variety does produce a winter hibernacula. You will receive 1 adult sized plant, bareroot.
  • Sold By: JerseyDevilCarnivorousPlants
    A typical Sarracenia purpurea subsp. purpurea (Northern Purple Pitcher Plant) with green, veined traps in the spring and summer, dark or light maroon traps in the fall. Leaves persist for multiple years and plant divides readily. This is the northern variety of pitcher plant and will survive outdoors with no winter protection!!! (I live in climate zone 7A) Size options: Small- Juvenile, may or may not have adult pitchers Medium-Adult pitchers, may or may not be of flowering size Large- Adult pitchers, of flowering size and may have 1 or more growth points.
  • Sold By: JerseyDevilCarnivorousPlants
    The classic American Yellow Trumpet Pitcher Plant. This species grows tall, slender pitchers and is available in many varieties. The "typical" form is a tall green pitcher and may have some red coloration or veins in the throat or lead lid. You will receive 1 plant, bareroot. Size options: Small- Juvenile, may or may not have adult pitchers Medium- Adult pitchers, may or may not be of flowering size Large- Adult pitchers, of flowering size and may have 1 or more growth points.
  • Sold By: JerseyDevilCarnivorousPlants
    An unbeatable value for the classic Venus Flytrap! What more needs to be said? You will receive a happy, healthy adult Venus Flytrap (Dionaea muscipula), an unnamed "typical" variety which may be produced from seed or division (bareroot). Bundle options available.
     
  • Sold By: JerseyDevilCarnivorousPlants
    One of the BEST registered Venus Flytrap cultivars out there. At one point this colorful cultivar held the title for "largest traps" although that title may have been...uprooted... in recent years. Incredibly vigorous, hardy, capable of developing HUGE traps, deep red interiors, and pink lashes, it's little wonder that "B52" is so popular! Don't take my word for it, own one for yourself! You will receive one happy, healthy adult B52 Venus Flytrap (bareroot)
  • Sold By: JerseyDevilCarnivorousPlants
    I have an interesting complex hybrid up for sale. I received this plant as "Sarracenia (purpurea heterophylla x moorei)". This hybrid looks like a typical Catesbei IMO. Spring pitchers tend to look green with red veins, but in the summer and fall the upper tube turns a dark crimson with excellent veination on the inner hood. Cold hardy and will survive outdoors without overwinter protection. Size options: Small- Juvenile, may or may not have adult pitchers Medium-Adult pitchers, may or may not be of flowering size Large- Adult pitchers, of flowering size and may have 1 or more growth points.  
  • Sold By: JerseyDevilCarnivorousPlants
    The spoonleaf sundew, Drosera intermedia "NJ Pine Barrens" is a relatively small but very easy to care for sundew. This species grows in a rosetted or branching form with long petioles and a spoon shaped sticky trap at the end. These traps will curl over their prey items like grasping something in your palm. Capable of growing bushy and turning solid red in bright light, these Jersey Boys will stand out in any carnivore collection. This is a temperate variety and requires a winter dormancy. Bundle options available. You will receive your plants barerooted. TEMPERATE PLANTS ARE DORMANT FROM FALL INTO SPRING.
  • Sold By: JerseyDevilCarnivorousPlants
    A Sarracenia purpurea ssp. purpurea (Northern Purple Pitcher Plant) that grows huge, clumping traps. Colors change over the season from richly colored veined traps in the spring and summer, with dark maroon traps in the fall. The tag has long since been lost unfortunately, and I simply call this my "Giant clone". Leaves persist for multiple years and plant divides readily. This is the northern variety of pitcher plant and will survive outdoors with no winter protection!!! (I live in climate zone 7A) Size options: Small- Juvenile, may or may not have adult pitchers Medium- Adult pitchers, may or may not be of flowering size Large- Adult pitchers, of flowering size and may have 1 or more growth points.
  • Sold By: JerseyDevilCarnivorousPlants
    A classic tropical sundew with elongated leaves on a stem with dewy tentacles, this form turns solid red from the base of the stem to the tip of the leaf under bright light. The Cape Sundew is a windowsill staple that is unbelievably easy to care for and actually hard to kill! You will receive one adult plant, bareroot.

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