How to Grow and Care for Pitcher Plants Outdoors

A horizontal image of Sarracenia flava var maxima growing in a wetland enviroment with trees in the background.

Carnivorous pitcher plants are incredible in both form and function. Are you considering adding some to your landscape? Once you understand their distinctive needs, you’ll be ready to propagate and plant a few, whether in a naturally occurring wetland area or as part of your very own bog garden. Read more now.

How to Grow and Care for Sundew as a Houseplant

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Sundew is a carnivorous plant that has adapted to bog environments all over the world by sourcing nutrients in an extraordinary way. You’ll need to replicate the necessary growing conditions and learn its special requirements to keep it as a houseplant – but it’s worth it if you enjoy truly distinctive plants.

How to Grow a Venus Flytrap as a Houseplant

A close up horizontal image of Venus flytraps growing as houseplants.

The Venus flytrap is a marvel of the botanical world. While most plants feed from their roots and require nutrient-rich soil, this plant chooses to lure and devour insects to get what it needs. This incredible evolutionary trait has made it a favorite for those who collect and grow distinctive plants. Read more.