Jeremiah’s Plants

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  • Hello friends, I'm off to the ICPS Conference in Vienna and won’t be shipping again until late June 2024. 
  • My name is Jeremiah Harris and I love carnivorous plants. I’m from Colorado and have had the privilege of seeing CPs growing all around the world. I have been growing carnivorous plants since 1992. I now grow over 1000 different varieties carnivorous plants of nearly every genus. I have 3 greenhouses and many grow chambers filled to the brim with CPs.

Every plant I ship out has been grown and treated with the upmost care.

Here is a photo of me holding some pitchers of my largest N. truncata x ephippiata!

 

  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    Everyone needs a good rugelii in their collection, and if you're going to add on, might as well go big! Sarracenia flava Rugelii F1 Mike Wang Liz T is a honking-big clone with a helipad for a lid. Also, can we talk about that pouty lip? You could legitimately use this thing as a "pitcher plant."
  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    What a classic and timeless beauty! Sarracenia purpurea venosa Tattnall Co GA is just the perfect purp venosa with awesome pitcher color and even awesomer veining! With time, this purpurea Tattnall clusters nicely, forming a mound of colorful, gaping maws thirsty for insects, or whatever leaf debris may fall in.
  • Sold By: Jeremiah’s Plants
    I only have two prime examples of one of the rarest and most sought after pitcher plant cultivars available - Sarracenia Crown of Thorns. This beautiful monster is heavily influenced by the Reptilian Rose parent (the hybrid is Reptilian Rose x (flava var. rubricorpora x leucophylla "Purple Lips")) making it appear to have a barbed lip. The hood is large and almost upright, showing off heavy red-purple veining against a white backdrop. This plant has the form, color, and personality of a winner. A truly unique and rare plant for the discerning collector!
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    HA! Look at this thing! It's like an alien landed on earth and forgot its weird alien topiary! One of the biggest clones of Sarracenia x courtii around, this purpurea venosa x psittacina DBG cross will consume your thoughts and your heart, and if it is an alien topiary, that may be as literal as it is figurative.
  • 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
    The poster child of the carnivorous plant world, Dionaea muscipula, also known as Venus flytraps, are the fascinating snappy insect-munchers that fantasies are made of. With hinged jaws, digestive enzymes, and the ability to count, flytraps defy common perceptions about plants. The photos feature a clump of my propagation stock of these unique Venus flytraps, you will receive one starter plant with your purchase. Shipped bare root. Venus flytraps are temperate insectivores and originate from the Carolinas where they experience a winter dormancy and spring and summer growth. During winter dormancy, leaves are trimmed back. Come spring, they explode back to life with new trap growth and represent the featured photo.
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