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Nepenthes aenigma left &ctr N. justinae right

Nepenthes aenigma Nuytemans, W. A New Pitcher Plant Species from Luzon

Nepenthes robcantleyi 'Queen of Hearts' is a tropical pitcher plant (carnivorous plant).

Nepenthes robcantleyi 'Queen of Hearts' is a tropical pitcher plant (carnivorous plant) ohhhh Im drooling!

pitcher plant care, tropical pitcher plant, carnivorous pitcher plant- guide to houseplant care

[Cultivatable in Indonesia] pitcher plant care, tropical pitcher plant, carnivorous pitcher plant- guide to houseplant care

Carnivorous Pitcher Plant, Carnivorous Plants-Northern Pitcher Plant-Purple-Sarracenia Purpurea

Carnivorous Pitcher Plant, Carnivorous Plants-Northern Pitcher Plant-Purple-Sarracenia Purpurea This is a frighteningly real flower of the lily family I believe.

I use to have this plant. It was awesome to watch it grow. Also eat all the nates and flies in your house.

Insectivorous Plants

There is a superstition insectivorous plants that some can trap large-sized animals, including even man, and digest them. But scientists have yet to discover such a type of plant. The known insectivorous plants eat only small insects, crustaceans.

Carnival of color: 30 of the most incredible multi-colored flowers in the world

Carnival of color: 30 of the most incredible multi-colored flowers in the world

Pitcher-plant: Un-named Nepenthes hybrid: ventricosa x spectabilis. Photographed in the private collection of J. Dallas and J.

Pitcher Plant: (Carnivorous) Did you know that pitcher plants could also live in not-so-liveable marshes and peat bogs? They are called marsh or Heliamphora pitchers and they live inside the secluded forests of Latin America.

Pitcher Plant: (Carnivorous) Did you know that pitcher plants could also live in not-so-liveable marshes and peat bogs? They are called marsh or Heliamphora pitchers and they live inside the secluded forests of Latin America.

Pitcher Plants - Carnivorous plants whose trapping mechanism is a cavity filled with liquid, which breaks down prey once it falls into the crevasse. - At Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park

Pitcher Plants - Carnivorous plants whose trapping mechanism is a cavity filled with liquid, which breaks down prey once it falls into the crevasse. - At Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park

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