Beginnerís easy windowsill carnivorous plant trio


Description: Beginnerís easy windowsill carnivorous plant trio
This is the ideal collection for beginners as the three plant in this collection are very easy to grow on a warm windowsill.
The plants in the trio consist of:
1, A typical form of Dionaea muscipula (Venus fly trap).
The one in the collection is a couple of years old and gains interest as it matures of the next few years.
2, The next plant is a group of sundews, these mainly consist of Drosera capensis.
These plants actually move their leaves around the caught prey over a period of about half an hour.
There are a few plants in the pot.
3, The last pot contains lots of tiny Utricularia sandersonii.
These are very small grass like plants which catch the prey through the roots of the plant.
The roots are designed to catch micro insects by bladders on the roots.
This group of plants are send potted as in the photo and just need to be stood in a tray of rain water to a depth of about 2-3cm all year round.
They need to be kept frost free. The Venus fly trap is best kept cold in winter as it has a dormant period.
The other two plants donít have a dormant period and will grow all year.
A great idea for a gift as they are sent potted in 5cm pots.

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This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 02 November, 2008.

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