Carnivorous Plants

Buy Carnivorous Plants Online

Whether you are looking for a common Venus flytrap, or an unusual carnivorous plant we offer a great range of funky plants to help keep fly’s and pests at bay. These funky plants receive most of their nutrients from the prey that they catch (as well as needing some water). Leaving your home fly and midge free. All of our plants are handpicked especially for you. And packed with care ensuring they get to you in the best possible condition.

Why Buy Carnivorous Plants Online

Purchasing Carnivorous plants online from Houseplant.co.uk offers a unique opportunity to explore a diverse range of these fascinating plants. Our online selection includes popular varieties like Venus Flytraps and Pitcher Plants, as well as rare and exotic species. Each plant is carefully selected for health and robustness, ensuring that you receive a high-quality specimen. With our proven track record of delivering over 150,000 plants and an excellent customer satisfaction rating of 4.7 out of 5, you can trust in our expertise and commitment to quality. Online shopping also allows you to conveniently choose the perfect Carnivorous plant for your collection, complete with detailed care instructions.

Carnivorous Plants Delivery

At Houseplant.co.uk, we understand the delicate nature of Carnivorous plants and ensure their safe and speedy delivery across the UK. Our express delivery service is designed to transport your plants in perfect condition, ensuring they arrive healthy and ready to thrive in your care. We employ specialized packaging techniques to maintain the integrity of these unique plants during transit, offering you peace of mind from purchase to delivery.

Why Choose Houseplant.co.uk for Your Carnivorous Plants

Houseplant.co.uk stands out for its dedication to providing a wide array of high-quality Carnivorous plants, coupled with exceptional customer service. Our selection caters to both novices and seasoned collectors, with each plant accompanied by comprehensive care guides. Our high customer satisfaction rating reflects our commitment to excellence in both product quality and customer support. Whether you are looking for a classic Venus Flytrap or a more unusual Sundew, our collection and expertise make us the go-to source for all your Carnivorous plant needs.

Caring for Carnivorous Plants

Carnivorous plants are captivating but require specific care to flourish. These plants generally thrive in humid environments with bright, indirect sunlight. It's crucial to use rainwater or distilled water, as tap water can harm them due to minerals and chemicals. Carnivorous plants typically grow in nutrient-poor soil, so fertilisation is usually not necessary. Understanding each species' unique requirements, such as dormancy periods for some varieties, is key to successful cultivation.

Benefits of Carnivorous Plants

Carnivorous plants offer more than just an intriguing appearance; they are natural pest controllers, attracting and digesting small insects. This unique attribute makes them both an interesting conversation piece and a functional addition to any indoor garden. Additionally, caring for Carnivorous plants can be a fascinating and educational hobby, offering insights into the remarkable adaptations of these plants.

Most Common Carnivorous Plants Questions

Do Carnivorous plants really eat insects?

Yes, Carnivorous plants capture and digest insects to supplement the nutrients they absorb from their typically nutrient-poor soil.

How often should I water Carnivorous plants?

Keep the soil of Carnivorous plants consistently moist but not waterlogged. Use rainwater or distilled water to avoid mineral build-up.

Can I feed my Carnivorous plant meat or other food?

It's best to let Carnivorous plants catch their own insects. Feeding them meat or human food can harm the plant.

Do Carnivorous plants need sunlight?

Carnivorous plants generally require bright, indirect sunlight to thrive. Direct sunlight can be too intense for some species.

How do I care for my Carnivorous plant during winter?

Some Carnivorous plants require a dormancy period in winter. Reduce watering and keep them in a cooler, but frost-free, environment.