Wildflowers Soil: 1:1:1: peat:sand:leaf mould. Container: 6+" plastic pot. Watering: moist to well drained. Light: partial to dappled sun. Temperature: warm summer, cool winter-tolerates frost. Humidity: medium. Location: outdoors, cold greenhouse. Dormancy: yes. Habitat Wildflowers grow naturally in the...
The Venus Flytrap, Dionaea muscipula, grows naturally in the pocosins of the Cape Fear River basin in the coastal plains between North and South Carolina. It grows among the grasses in the open sun, where the moist soil is typically a sand/peat mix, often sandier than peaty.Read now
Most American Pitcher Plants grow naturally in the bogs, pocosins and fens of the coastal plains of eastern N. America, from New Foundland to Florida, with greater numbers in the southeast. They typically grow among the sedges in the open sun, where the moist soil is typically a sand/peat mix, usually dominated by sand.Read now
Genlisea are tropical carnivorous plants, that are similar to terrestrial bladderworts, and grow in typical Carnivorous Plant conditions of sunny, very wet, peaty soil, or sandy seeps, all of which are nutrient poor. Genlisea are grown in a peat slurry and are likely to be growing in a natural harmless association with a terrestrial bladderwort.Read now