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Caring for carnivorous plants
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Carnivorous plant sets and terrariums from our own nursery. Each carnivorous plant includes a handy water meter, so you always know when your venus flytrap needs watering again!

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The mega carnivorous plant terrarium comes with five different carnivorous plants: the Venus Flytrap, the Sundew and three unique Trumpet Cup plants. Each of these plants has its own special method of catching and digesting insects.

Venus Fly Trap Corky Glass

- Carnivorous plant
- Ø 13 cm ↥ 20 cm
- Battery powered lighting

 24,95

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Carnivorous Plant Mini Terrarium

- 1 carnivorous plant
- 12x12x15 cm
- Battery powered lighting

Original price was: 35.00.Current price is: 24.95.

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Carnivorous Plants Terrarium

- 3 carnivorous plants
- 15x15x20 cm
- Battery powered lighting

Original price was: 50.00.Current price is: 39.95.

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Carnivorous Plants Mega Terrarium

- 5 carnivorous plants
- Dimensions: 39x21x31 cm
- Mains lighting

Original price was: 150.00.Current price is: 99.95.

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Venus flytrap set

One of the most extraordinary and fascinating Sumpfpflanzen

With its beautiful leaves, which resemble beaks with sharp teeth, it catches insects that it then digests. The inside of the leaves is red and has hairs. As soon as a hair is touched twice, the trap snaps shut. A clever construction, because by doing this only after the second touch, the trap does not collapse for nothing if, for example, a leaf or raindrop falls on it. Once the trap is fully closed, the plant secretes a liquid containing enzymes that digest the insect.

Venus Flytrap Gift Set

- Dionaea Muscipula
- Ø 9 cm ↥ approx. 10 cm
- Incl. Raindrops, water gauge, book and ornamental pot

 19,95

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Venus Venus Flytrap Gift Set - 2 pieces

- Dionaea Muscipula,
- Ø 9 cm ↥ approx. 10 cm
- Incl. Raindrops, water meters, book and ornamental pots

Original price was: 35.00.Current price is: 24.95.

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Carnivorous Plants Starter Set - 3 pieces

- 3 carnivorous plants
- Ø 9 cm ↥ approx. 15 cm
- Incl. pots and care set

 24,95

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Carnivorous Plants Deluxe Set - 5 pieces

- 5 carnivorous plants
- Ø 9 cm ↥ approx. 15 cm
- Incl. pots and care set

Original price was: 50.00.Current price is: 44.95.

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Carnivorous Plants Terrarium

- 3 carnivorous plants
- 15x15x20 cm
- Battery powered lighting

Original price was: 50.00.Current price is: 39.95.

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Carnivorous Plants Mega Terrarium

- 5 carnivorous plants
- Dimensions: 39x21x31 cm
- Mains lighting

Original price was: 150.00.Current price is: 99.95.

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Carnivorous Plants Mix - 3 pcs.

- 3 carnivorous plants
- Ø 9 cm ↥ approx. 15 cm
- Loose

 19,95

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Venus Fly Trap Weck Glass

- Carnivorous plant
- Ø 11 cm ↥ 21 cm
- Battery powered illumination

 24,95

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Carnivorous Plant Mini Terrarium

- 1 carnivorous plant
- 12x12x15 cm
- Battery powered lighting

Original price was: 35.00.Current price is: 24.95.

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Trumpet Cup Plant Weck Glass

- Carnivorous plant
- Ø 11 cm ↥ 21 cm
- Battery powered illumination

 24,95

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Carnivorous Plants Mix - 5 pieces

- 5 carnivorous plants
- Ø 9 cm ↥ approx. 15 cm
- Loose

 29,95

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Carnivorous Plants Starter Set - 3 pieces

- 3 carnivorous plants
- Ø 9 cm ↥ approx. 15 cm
- Incl. pots and care set

 24,95

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Terrarium Plant Set - 3 Carnivorous Plants

-3 carnivorous plants
- Complete DIY set
- Without glass

 24,95

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Trumpet Cup Plant Corky Glass

- Carnivorous plant
- Ø 13 cm ↥ 20 cm
- Battery powered lighting

 24,95

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Swampworld Raindrops - 6 pieces

- 100% untreated rainwater
- 250 ml
- Tip: combine with Swampworld Moss

Original price was: 30.00.Current price is: 19.95.

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Carnivorous Plants Soil - 5 Liter

- Special carnivorous plants
- 5 liters
- Sealable bucket

 14,95

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Carnivorous plants set - 3 different Sarracenia

- 3 carnivorous plants
- Full-grown height: 40 cm
- Placement: -1 cm

Original price was: 30.00.Current price is: 19.95.

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Venus Flytrap Gift Set

- Dionaea Muscipula
- Ø 9 cm ↥ approx. 10 cm
- Incl. Raindrops, water gauge, book and ornamental pot

 19,95

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Venus Venus Flytrap Gift Set - 2 pieces

- Dionaea Muscipula,
- Ø 9 cm ↥ approx. 10 cm
- Incl. Raindrops, water meters, book and ornamental pots

Original price was: 35.00.Current price is: 24.95.

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Venus Fly Trap Corky Glass

- Carnivorous plant
- Ø 13 cm ↥ 20 cm
- Battery powered lighting

 24,95

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Terrarium Plant Set - 3 carnivorous plants

- 3 carnivorous plants
- Complete DIY set
- Without glass

 29,95

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Swampworld Rain Drops - 250 ml

- 100% untreated rainwater
- 250 ml
- Tip: combine with Swampworld Moss

 4,95

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Juthatip - 2 pieces - Sarracenia Juthatip Soper

- Carnivorous plant
- Full-grown height: 40 cm
- Placement: -1 cm

Original price was: 19.95.Current price is: 14.95.

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Spagnum Moss 500 ml

- For carnivorous plants
- 500 ml
- Suitable for three plants.

 9,95

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Carnivorous Plants Deluxe Set - 5 pieces

- 5 carnivorous plants
- Ø 9 cm ↥ approx. 15 cm
- Incl. pots and care set

Original price was: 50.00.Current price is: 44.95.

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Ecoworld Box - Carnivorous Plants

- 3 sarracenias
- LxWxH: 36x11x30
- Incl. water basin and water meter

 29,95

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Carnivorous Plants Book - Dutch

- All about carnivorous plants
- 56+ pages of tips and information
- Species, traps and care

 9,95

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Terrarium Plant Set Large - 5 carnivorous plants

- 5 carnivorous plants
- Complete DIY set
- Without glass

Original price was: 50.00.Current price is: 44.95.

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Nature Moss - patch 30x20x5 cm

- For a natural look
- Dimensions: L 30 x W 20 x H 5 cm
- For decoration

 9,95

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Venosa - 2 pieces - Sarracenia Purpurea Venosa

- Carnivorous plant
- Full-grown height: 20 cm
- Placement: -1 cm

Original price was: 19.95.Current price is: 14.95.

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Maroon - 2 pieces - Sarracenia Maroon

- Carnivorous plant
- Full-grown height: 30 cm
- Placement: -1 cm

Original price was: 19.95.Current price is: 14.95.

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Trumpet Cup Plant Juthatip Gift Set

- Sarracenia Juthatip,
- Ø 9 cm ↥ approx. 20 cm
- Incl. Raindrops, water meter, book and decorative pot

 19,95

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Cup Plants Gift Set - 2 pieces

- 3 Sarracenias
- Ø 9 cm ↥ approx. 20 cm
- Incl. Raindrops, water meters, book and ornamental pots

Original price was: 35.00.Current price is: 24.95.

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Swampworld Venus Fly Trap Mug

Cute Swampworld mug containing a Dionaea. One of the most fascinating carnivorous plants.

 14,95

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Trumpet Cup Plant Maroon Gift Set

- Sarracenia Maroon,
- Ø 9 cm ↥ approx. 20 cm
- Incl. Raindrops, water gauge, book and decorative pot

 19,95

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Caring for carnivorous plants: 10 expert tips

Caring for carnivorous plants

This is how to care for your carnivorous plant

Carnivorous plants are beautiful plants with whimsical shapes that are also useful. They provide a sustainable way for you to stay clear of unwanted insects. Use these care instructions to make sure your carnivorous plant stays in optimal condition. With our tips, you'll know exactly how to water carnivorous plants, what the light, temperature and humidity preferences are and what extra care the plant needs to grow.

1. Watering carnivorous plant

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Carnivorous plants are Sumpfpflanzen and live in nature on very poor soil. This means, there is almost no nutrition in the soil. Thus, carnivorous plants have learned to take nutrition in a different way. Too many nutrients in the water (and therefore in the soil) are harmful to this plant. Tap water in Europe is often hard water and contains all kinds of minerals and lime. Carnivorous plants do not tolerate this well. To give carnivorous plants a chance to grow optimally, it is wise to give only rainwater. Boiled water, which then still contains lime or spring water, which contains many minerals, are therefore also not recommended. Actually, only rainwater, as these plants also get in nature, is suitable for carnivorous plants. With all our sets and terrariums you get a water meter and a bottle of Rain Drops, 100% rainwater, to properly water the plants and keep the water level right. Never pour water into the tubes of cup plants. The plant itself will take care of the correct level in the cups.

2. The best location for your carnivorous plant

Put the carnivorous plant in a bright and sunny place. All carnivorous plants need a sunny spot. The Venus Flytrap never has enough sunlight, so the plant may be in full sun. The other carnivorous plants also like sun, but prefer to place them in a bright spot out of direct sun. In summer, the plants like indirect sunlight. The carnivorous plants can handle a mild winter just fine. So it is not a problem to put the plants outside.

Caring for carnivorous plants

3. Fertilize your carnivore

Unlike other plants, carnivorous plants do not become happy with plant nutrition. In fact, the poorer the soil, the better the plants will do. Carnivorous plants naturally come from areas with very poor soil. This is one of the reasons why this plant species started eating insects. So plant feeding is definitely not recommended, very occasionally feeding an insect is okay. Just don't do it too often, overfeeding hurts! The main sources of nutrition for this plant species are sufficient water and sunlight.

4. Repot

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The growth period of the carnivorous plant starts in March. It is best to repot the plant right at the beginning of the growth period. The plant then has enough time to recover properly. If you repot the plant during the growth period, the growth of the plant will be slower. A carnivorous plant roots poorly because the plant does not get nutrition from the soil. You can easily remove the plant from the soil. Using a small shovel, dig out the plant and catch it, from the side, on your hand. It is wise not to remove the plant from the top of the pot. By doing so, you run the risk of damaging the plant. A carnivorous plant needs a nutrient-free soil, use our specially developed carnivorous plant soil. Normal potting soil contains various nutrients that carnivorous plants cannot tolerate. The plants have never learned to separate substances from the soil. So they absorb everything in the soil. The carnivorous plant soil is an airy mixture and contains only the substances that a carnivorous plant needs.

5. Never give your carnivorous plant real meat

As logical as it may seem to feed a carnivorous plant meat, this is definitely not the idea! From real meat, the traps will rot. Giving an occasional bug won't hurt. However, do this only with the plants that are indoors. The plants outside will catch enough insects on their own.

6. Winter rest period

Carnivorous plant winter dormancy care

Plants have growing and dormant periods. When the periods begin often depends on the weather. The earlier it gets warm or stays warm longer, the more sun and food the plant has. The plant then grows earlier or longer. Usually the growing period begins in March and ends in September. The plants then go into hibernation. The plants retreat, the leaves fall out or turn black. The plant sometimes appears dead, but nothing could be further from the truth. The plant saves up all its strength to survive until spring. Then the plant revives and begins new growth. In the dormant period, the plant needs water, but not as much as in the growing period. It is important to keep the soil moist, but not too. Giving extra nutrition (insects) is not necessary. The plant will get confused and this will hinder growth in the spring.

7. Remove bad leaves

Carnivorous plant care tips

Always remove dead leaves. All plants go through a continuous process of renewing leaves. In the carnivorous plant, this is no different. As the traps get older, they die off. You can cut the traps down to 0.5 - 1 cm from the bottom. In the growth period (spring) the traps grow back. Also with a Venus Fly Trap, the traps and leaves may turn brown or black. Each individual leaf has a lifespan of approximately three months. If the Venus Flytrap traps are touched regularly, they will become exhausted and die faster. You can simply remove the dead leaves so that more power can go to the other green leaves. New leaves will emerge from the center of the plant. Removing the dead leaves will also prevent mold from getting a chance.

8. Wet feet

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- Suitable for three plants.

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Carnivorous plants are Sumpfpflanzen. They like wet feet. You can take care of this in several ways. For example, by using Sphagnum moss. This is a ground cover, which can hold water well. It is therefore very suitable for Sumpfpflanzen, which do not like to stand dry. Also, this moss contains no nutrients, making it ideal for carnivorous plants. For an extra natural look you can also use natural moss. Nature moss with its beautiful, deep green color is very decorative. It gives every bowl or terrarium a natural look.

9. Type of pot

It is important to think about what kind of pot you put your meat-eater in. As discussed above, carnivores also absorb substances that are not good for them. When you put your plant in a terracotta pot, it absorbs substances from the terracotta. These substances are bad for the plant and your carnivore may even die from them. It is better to put carnivorous plants in a non-porous pot, such as plastic or glass. Glazed pots are also suitable.

10. Do not touch the meat eater unnecessarily.

In the Venus Fly Trap, if the trap is touched 2x within 20 seconds, the trap will snap shut. With this carnivorous plant, the traps die after opening and closing about 10 times. The trap then turns black and should be removed. This is a normal cycle and new traps grow from the center of the plant. So if you keep touching the trap, it will die sooner.

Types of carnivorous plants

Venus fly trap carnivorous plant

Venus fly trap care

The Dionaea Muscipula, also called Venus Flytrap or Venus Flytrap, is one of the most unusual and fascinating Sumpfpflanzen. With its beautiful leaves, which resemble beaks with sharp teeth, it catches insects that it then digests. The inside of the leaves is red and has hairs. As soon as a hair is touched twice, the trap snaps shut. A clever construction, because by doing this only after the second touch, the trap does not collapse for nothing if, for example, a leaf or raindrop falls on it. Once the trap is fully closed, the plant secretes a liquid containing enzymes that digest the insect. Carnivorous plants are Sumpfpflanzen and therefore prefer to be in the ground with wet feet.

Trumpet cup plant carnivorous plant

Trumpet cup plant

The Maroon and Juthatip, also called Trumpet cup plants or Sarracenia, are the most impressive Sumpfpflanzen. These reddish-brown trumpet cup plants trap insects by means of leaves shaped like cups. The cups contain nectar that lures the insect. Once in the cup there is no turning back and the insect is digested. Ideal for summer!
Carnivorous plants are Sumpfpflanzen and prefer to be in the ground with wet feet. You will receive water meters with this mix to keep an eye on this. Also a bottle of Rain Drops, 100% untreated rainwater, should not be missing. Tap water contains lime and all sorts of minerals from the soil. These minerals turn tap water into hard water and this is not good for the growth of carnivorous plants.

Sundew carnivorous plant

Sundew

The Sundew or Drosera captures and digests insects by means of a sticky substance located on the tentacles of the plant. The insect provides nutrients that the plant cannot absorb from the soil. Carnivorous plants are in very poor soil, so they have to get the nutrients from somewhere else.
Carnivorous plants are Sumpfpflanzen and prefer to stand with wet feet in the soil. Sundew is part of our carnivorous plant mix. You will receive water meters with this mix to keep an eye on making sure the plants don't dry out. Also a bottle of Rain Drops, 100% untreated rainwater, should not be missing. Tap water contains lime and all sorts of minerals from the soil. These minerals turn tap water, hard water and this is not good for the growth of carnivorous plants.

Frequently asked questions about carnivorous plants

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Carnivorous plant species are very diverse. GreenGifts offers the most popular species in different packages. We've even thought of a bottle of rainwater to make sure your carnivorous plants get the best start! One of the most popular species is the Venus Flytrap or Dionaea Muscipula. The plant has small traps that snap shut when touched. We supply the little plant with a colored decorative pot, water gauge and Raindrops, making care a breeze. The most popular Dionaea set is that of 2 Venus Flytraps, 2 water meters and Raindrops.

The Venus fly trap (Dionaea Muscipula) is the best mosquito trap. Besides Dionaea, there are several species of carnivorous plants, each catching insects in its own way. The Drosera or Sundew has an adhesive trap. The plant consists of leaves with tentacles containing an adhesive. Once an insect sits on the leaf, it cannot leave and the digestion process will begin. The Sarracenia (pitcher plant) has a pitcher trap where insects, once inside the pitcher, cannot get out. This is due to the downward pointing hairs that are inside the cup. Once inside the pitcher, there is no saving the insect... Sarracenia is a collective name for several species of pitcher plants, each with its own appearance. The most well-known species are: Maroon, Venosa and Juthatip. To get acquainted with all these different species, GreenGifts has put together a mix for you. You will receive 1 plant of each species, including water meters, ornamental pots and Raindrops.

In our shop we have several terrariums with a complete step-by-step plan on how to make your own carnivorous plant terrarium. These terrariums are equipped with LED lights. That lighting attracts the insects to the terrarium, where they are captured by the carnivorous plants. This also makes the terrarium ideal for the bedroom. In a nursery, a terrarium can also serve as a night light. A terrarium comes with all supplies such as plants, soil, moss, water gauge and Raindrops. For the real carnivorous plant lover we recommend the XL terrarium. A large terrarium equipped with 5 different carnivorous plants in a larger pot size. Everything is included, such as soil, moss, Raindrops and water gauge, so you can get started right away with setting up your own carnivorous plant terrarium.

Carnivorous plants are Sumpfpflanzen. The plants like plenty of moisture, so make sure the soil never dries out. Since a carnivorous plant cannot handle nutrients well, such as minerals and lime found in tap water, it is best to give the plant rainwater.

Carnivorous plants are strong plants that, with proper care, can be enjoyed for years. The most common mistake, which causes a carnivorous plant to struggle, is the lack of proper water. Too dry soil or too hard water are disastrous for your carnivorous plant. Another cause by which the carnivore can get brown leaves is sunburn. A carnivorous plant likes a lot of light, but when the plant is in the middle of summer, standing behind a window in bright sunlight, the leaves can burn. Another light location, but out of bright sun, can then save the plant.

It depends on whether the plant actually caught an insect, or whether the beak closed after being touched without an insect being trapped. In the latter case, it takes a few hours for the beak to reopen.

When a carnivorous plant has caught an insect, it takes quite a long time to digest the entire insect. Depending on the size of the insect, it can take as long as 15 days to 1 month for the digestive juices in the plant's calyx to do their job.

At GreenGifts, you can buy a carnivorous plant for as little as €9.95. You will then receive the most popular carnivorous plant the Venus flytrap including a colored pot, water gauge, rainwater, gift cup and care tips. The carnivorous plant is delivered directly from our own nursery.

This is not recommended. Carnivorous plants like sun. Spraying the plants increases the chance of burning.

The Venus Fly Trap is a lying / hanging plant. When a Venus Flytrap trap turns black, it goes through a very normal process. The main reason the trap blackens and dies is that the trap is at the end of its life span. Each individual trap of the plant has about a lifespan of three months in which it catches 1 to 4 insects. The leaves die at the same time as the trap and new ones grow back. You can simply take off the dead leaves so that more power can go to the green leaves.

Tip: It is wise to touch the beaks as little as possible and do not feed the plant insects.

No, do not fill the pitcher plants with water. If water accidentally gets into the cup plants, it is not harmful.

Sarracenia species (Trumpet cup plants) can withstand this best. These species are also hardy to -25 and can still survive even when completely snowed in.

Carnivorous plants like wet feet. You can easily put the plants in a few inches of water. The included water meter also gives an indication of when the plants need water again. Make sure the meter is always above "opti" and between "max.

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Are you looking for a unique plant for your interior, garden or office? Then a carnivorous plant might be the right choice for you. Besides being useful against flying pests, these living flytraps have a mysterious look and it's fun to watch the plant come to life when it starts eating. Tip from Roy: At our other webshop vdvelde.com, you can also buy hardy carnivorous plants for outdoors.

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Carnivorous plants are fun and fascinating plants that fit well into your home, your garden and the office with their beautiful colors. Besides being interesting to look at, these plants also have a useful function. Namely, they catch mosquitoes, flies and other insects. Each in its own unique way. Carnivorous plants look for their food in the air, instead of getting it from the ground. This is because they always come from swampy areas and there is usually little nutrition in swampy soil. If you already own a terrarium or have your own idea about decorating with carnivorous plants, our DIY kit is for you. Fill your own bowl, container or terrarium with our carnivorous plants. Even deco moss, Raindrops and special soil is included, so you can get started right away with your carnivore project! Normal potting soil contains various nutrients that carnivorous plants cannot tolerate. The plants have never learned to separate substances from the soil. So they absorb everything in the soil. Swampworld soil is an airy mixture and contains only the substances, which a carnivorous plant needs.

Carnivorous plant care

There are some important things to consider when caring for a carnivorous plant. For example, they should not be given tap water or normal plant food. This is because they are Sumpfpflanzen and thus live in nutrient-less soil. Since these plants do like wet feet, you can therefore give them rainwater, for example. In our blog: Carnivorous plant care you will find many more comprehensive care tips so you can enjoy your carnivorous plant for as long as possible.

Here are some tips for caring for carnivorous plants.

  • Use only rainwater or Raindrops, not tap water.
  • Put the carnivorous plant in a bright and sunny place.
  • A carnivorous plant needs a nutrient-free soil, use our specially developed carnivorous plant soil.
  • When you feed plant, feed only real insects, not meat.
  • Always remove dead leaves.
  • Plants have a growing and resting period.
  • Repotting: Spring is the best time to repot plants

Types of carnivorous plants

There are over 500 different species of carnivorous plants around the world. Each of these different species captures insects in their own unique way. The most popular species available in our assortment are:

  • Venus flycatcher (Dionaea)
  • Sundew (Drosera)
  • Trumpet pitcher plant / Sarrecenia (3 species: Maroon, Venosa and Juthatip)

The Venus Fly Trap:

The most popular carnivorous plant is the Venus flytrap. The Venus flytrap is one of the most fascinating Sumpfpflanzen. Its beautiful leaves, resemble beaks with sharp teeth. With these it catches an insect, e.g. a fruit fly. The inside of the leaf is red and covered with tiny hairs. As soon as a hair is touched twice, the beak closes. This is called a clap trap. Once the trap is closed, enzymes are released, which digest the fly.

The Sundew:

Do mosquitoes bother you a lot? Then the Sundew may be a suitable plant for you. Its leaves consist of long stems with tiny hairs. From the hairs hang droplets, which look like "dew. Mosquitoes or other small insects, find the droplets attractive. But, once an insect feasts on its seemingly delicious meal, it sticks to it and can't move. This is called the sticky trap. Once the insect is completely stuck, the Sundew rolls the leaf around the insect and it is digested.

The trumpet cup plant:

Sarracenia, also called the Trumpet Cup Plant, is attractive with its beautiful colors and shapes. The plant also smells very nice to the insect. At the bottom of the cup is a liquid (enzymes), which smells nice. This lures the insect to the cup. Once the insect gets to the top of the inside of the leaf, it has nowhere to go. The inside of the cup has tiny hairs, which are directed downward. The insect no longer rises and falls down. At the bottom of the cup, the insect is digested by the enzymes. Fascinating, isn't it?

Making carnivorous plants terrarium

Carnivorous plants are incredibly fun and educational to watch. The swampy environment, in which they live, is constantly changing. Would you like to experience this for yourself? This can be done simply. In our terrariums you can see through the glass how the swamp lives. You connect with nature and can take care of the plants yourself. A terrarium is also excellent for keeping insects out of the bedroom. The light from the terrarium lures insects and the carnivorous plants then catch them. a win-win situation!
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