Maxsea is a great all-purpose fertilizer for those carnivorous plants that can handle it. I use it as a foliar feed with most Nepenthes, and will even fill up pitchers with a diluted concentration (too much fertilizer can cause the pitcher to get crispy). Many growers use it on top of insect feeding, while others use it as the primary, or only source of nutrients for their plants. It has a 16-16-16 NPK (Nitrogen-Phosphorous-Potassium) macronutrient ratio.

Maxsea All Purpose Plant Food works well with other plants, also – it’s designed for year round use on all indoor and outdoor plants. From the manufacturer:

A regular feeding program will promote vigorous, sturdy plants with distinct, dark, seaweed green foliage, quality blossoms, and abundant fruit and vegetables. Comprised of primary plant foods nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. A full spectrum of important secondary elements and micronutrients provide sulfur, boron, copper, iron, manganese, molybdenum, and zinc. The seaweed granules in Maxsea® contain over 60 recognized elements all found to be beneficial to plants.