Carnivorous Plants for Sale

  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    Narrow neck, big hood, and great pitcher shape? Sarracenia flava DW Nice! Sarracenia flava DW Nice!? Niiiiiiice! Some of my pitcher plant photos may feature more than one plant. You will receive one mature plant from with your purchase. Shipping for Sarracenia is $8.00 for priority shipping, regardless of quantity of plants ordered from my shop (Jeremiah's Plants).
  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    Avert your children's eyes. There's been a murder. Oh wait, that's just the blood red throat on Sarracenia flava Extreme Red Throat Bay Co FL Mike W. Well, carry on, then. Some of my pitcher plant photos may feature more than one plant. You will receive one mature plant from with your purchase. Shipping for Sarracenia is $8.00 for priority shipping, regardless of quantity of plants ordered from my shop (Jeremiah's Plants).
  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    Sarracenia, or North American pitcher plants are temperate carnivores hailing from - you guessed it - North America! From short and squat to tall and monstrous, solid lime green to white with red veins, diversity among this genus is astonishing. Selective breeding continues to create ever-more complex and beautiful species, hybrids and named cultivars. They just keep. getting. better. With your purchase, you will receive one of the plant featured here. It's a mature specimen and is shipped bare root. During winter, Sarracenia are dormant and pitchers are trimmed back. Come spring, they explode back to life with new pitcher growth and represent the featured photo.
  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    Sarracenia, or North American pitcher plants are temperate carnivores hailing from - you guessed it - North America! From short and squat to tall and monstrous, solid lime green to white with red veins, diversity among this genus is astonishing. Selective breeding continues to create ever-more complex and beautiful species, hybrids and named cultivars. They just keep. getting. better. With your purchase, you will receive one of the plant featured here. It's a mature specimen and is shipped bare root. During winter, Sarracenia are dormant and pitchers are trimmed back. Come spring, they explode back to life with new pitcher growth and represent the featured photo.
  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    Sarracenia, or North American pitcher plants are temperate carnivores hailing from - you guessed it - North America! From short and squat to tall and monstrous, solid lime green to white with red veins, diversity among this genus is astonishing. Selective breeding continues to create ever-more complex and beautiful species, hybrids and named cultivars. They just keep. getting. better. With your purchase, you will receive one of the plant featured here. It's a mature specimen and is shipped bare root. During winter, Sarracenia are dormant and pitchers are trimmed back. Come spring, they explode back to life with new pitcher growth and represent the featured photo.
  • Sold By: Fort Bragg Carnivores
    The largest species of Sarracenia. Pitchers are all yellow and can grow over 3 feet tall.  It sends up the largest ones in Spring, then long leaves that look like undeveloped pitchers during winter. The flowers are also huge and are known to smell like cat-pee. There are many different varieties of S. Flava, but these will be the all yellow form with possibly a slight bit of red on the back of the throat or a little bit of red veining on the top of the lid. In this pack you will receive two large fully mature Sarracenia Flavas. Note: Most flava pitchers are really old and some start falling over by Late July/August. Plants sold after this time may not have as many pitchers as plants sold in spring. It’s just part of their natural Cycle. I usually trim all pitchers off in Fall. Flavas currently growing in a 4 inch pot.  
  • Sold By: Fort Bragg Carnivores
    The largest species of Sarracenia. Pitchers are all yellow and can grow over 3 feet tall.  It sends up the largest ones in Spring, then long leaves that look like undeveloped pitchers during winter. The flowers are also huge and are known to smell like cat-pee. There are many different varieties of S. Flava, but these will be the all yellow form with possibly a slight bit of red on the back of the throat or a little bit of red veining on the top of the lid. You will receive four large fully mature Sarracenia Flavas. Note: Most flava pitchers are really old and some start falling over by Late July/August. Plants sold after this time may not have as many pitchers as plants sold in spring. It’s just part of their natural Cycle. I usually trim all pitchers off in Fall. Flavas currently growing in a 4 inch pot Due to the large size of this product, I can not offer combined shipping with multiple or other plants.  
  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    Sarracenia, or North American pitcher plants are temperate carnivores hailing from - you guessed it - North America! From short and squat to tall and monstrous, solid lime green to white with red veins, diversity among this genus is astonishing. Selective breeding continues to create ever-more complex and beautiful species, hybrids and named cultivars. They just keep. getting. better. With your purchase, you will receive one of the plant featured here. It's a mature specimen and is shipped bare root. During winter, Sarracenia are dormant and pitchers are trimmed back. Come spring, they explode back to life with new pitcher growth and represent the featured photo.
  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    Sarracenia, or North American pitcher plants are temperate carnivores hailing from - you guessed it - North America! From short and squat to tall and monstrous, solid lime green to white with red veins, diversity among this genus is astonishing. Selective breeding continues to create ever-more complex and beautiful species, hybrids and named cultivars. They just keep. getting. better. With your purchase, you will receive one of the plant featured here. It's a mature specimen and is shipped bare root. During winter, Sarracenia are dormant and pitchers are trimmed back. Come spring, they explode back to life with new pitcher growth and represent the featured photo.
  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    Sarracenia, or North American pitcher plants are temperate carnivores hailing from - you guessed it - North America! From short and squat to tall and monstrous, solid lime green to white with red veins, diversity among this genus is astonishing. Selective breeding continues to create ever-more complex and beautiful species, hybrids and named cultivars. They just keep. getting. better. With your purchase, you will receive one of the plant featured here. It's a mature specimen and is shipped bare root. During winter, Sarracenia are dormant and pitchers are trimmed back. Come spring, they explode back to life with new pitcher growth and represent the featured photo.
  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    Sarracenia, or North American pitcher plants are temperate carnivores hailing from - you guessed it - North America! From short and squat to tall and monstrous, solid lime green to white with red veins, diversity among this genus is astonishing. Selective breeding continues to create ever-more complex and beautiful species, hybrids and named cultivars. They just keep. getting. better. With your purchase, you will receive one of the plant featured here. It's a mature specimen and is shipped bare root. During winter, Sarracenia are dormant and pitchers are trimmed back. Come spring, they explode back to life with new pitcher growth and represent the featured photo.
  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    Sarracenia, or North American pitcher plants are temperate carnivores hailing from - you guessed it - North America! From short and squat to tall and monstrous, solid lime green to white with red veins, diversity among this genus is astonishing. Selective breeding continues to create ever-more complex and beautiful species, hybrids and named cultivars. They just keep. getting. better. With your purchase, you will receive one of the plant featured here. It's a mature specimen and is shipped bare root. During winter, Sarracenia are dormant and pitchers are trimmed back. Come spring, they explode back to life with new pitcher growth and represent the featured photo.

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