Carnivorous Pitcher Plant in Earthenware Vessel

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Carnivorous Pitcher Plant in Earthenware Vessel

105.00

With tubular leaves and hoods arched invitingly open, carnivorous New World pitcher plants (Sarracenia spp.) lure insects to their doom! Growing from horizontal rhizomes, the plants also send up nodding, five-petalled, 1- to 4-inch purplish-red or greenish-yellow flowers in late winter or early spring. The tropical Old World pitcher plants (Nepenthes spp.) are mostly vining varieties, which produce brightly painted cup-like pitchers and spikes of brown or purple flowers. They are generally grown as house or greenhouse plants, and require soil to be constantly damp but not soggy. The light requirements for Nepenthes vary according to species, but most prefer partial sunlight -- at least three to four hours per day -- or bright, indirect light. This fabulous creature is planted in a one of a kind hand thrown earthenware vessel and hangs approximately 30"

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