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A wide range of live carnivorous plants

Perfect for naturalistic enclosures

A great centrepiece plant for your enclosure

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Alice sundew (Drosera aliciae) - 5cm Pot

This plant is covered by our Plant Health Guarantee

  • Living carnivorous plant
  • Eats live insects
  • South African sub-tropical species
RRP £8.99
£8.54 inc VAT
RRP €10.29
€9.78 inc VAT
RRP $12.72
$12.08 inc VAT
RRP $16.48
$15.65 inc VAT
RRP DKK76.66
DKK72.82 inc VAT
RRP NOK98.55
NOK93.62 inc VAT
RRP SEK104.93
SEK99.67 inc VAT
RRP $16.37
$15.55 inc VAT
Alice Sundew (Drosera aliciae) - 8.5cm Pot

Alice sundews are sub-tropical plants from South Africa. During the Summer they require bright sunlight and can be kept outside or on a South-facing window sill. During the winter move to a greenhouse or indoor window sill.

Carnivorous plants must be watered with either rainwater or R.O water (unless you are lucky enough to have tapwater with minerals below 50ppm). Droseras are naturally from boggy environments so must be kept wet by standing in a tray of water. During the winter dormancy, they should be kept damp rather than wet.

Droseras need nutrient poor soil. An equal mix of peat moss and perlite is good for many carnivorous plants.

Although it's tempting to feed carnivorous plants, they are very capable of capturing their own food and will cnsume a surprising amount of flying insects.

This plant is covered by our Plant Health Guarantee

  • Living carnivorous plant
  • Eats live insects
  • South African sub-tropical species
  • Next day delivery available
  • Supplied potted
RRP £8.99
£8.54 inc VAT
RRP €10.29
€9.78 inc VAT
RRP $12.72
$12.08 inc VAT
RRP $16.48
$15.65 inc VAT
RRP DKK76.66
DKK72.82 inc VAT
RRP NOK98.55
NOK93.62 inc VAT
RRP SEK104.93
SEK99.67 inc VAT
RRP $16.37
$15.55 inc VAT
Live Plant Carnivorous Collection - 6 Assorted Plants

A collection of 6 carnivorous plants of our choice.

Selection is not guaranteed to include all carnivorous plants on reptilecentre.com and is subject to availabiliy.

Plants may include any combination of Drosera, Nepenthes, Dionaea and Sarracenia.

For care equirements, please look at each species' individual product page.

This plant is covered by our Plant Health Guarantee

  • Live potted plants
  • Eats live insects
  • Assortment of 6 plnats
  • Next day delivery available
  • Supplied potted
RRP £45.99
£43.69 inc VAT
RRP €52.65
€50.02 inc VAT
RRP $65.08
$61.82 inc VAT
RRP $84.29
$80.07 inc VAT
RRP DKK392.16
DKK372.54 inc VAT
RRP NOK504.15
NOK478.94 inc VAT
RRP SEK536.77
SEK509.93 inc VAT
RRP $83.77
$79.58 inc VAT
Monkey Cups (Nepenthes sp.) - 8cm Pot

Monkey Cups are tropical plants from South-east Asia. They require bright, indirect sunlight and grow well in windowsills. They are climbing plants so do well in hanging baskets.

Carnivorous plants must be watered with either rainwater or R.O water (unless you are lucky enough to have tapwater with minerals below 50ppm). Nepenthes are naturally from jungle environments with humidity so regular spraying is essential. Water the pot regularly but not so the plant's roots are sat in water.

Nepenthes need nutrient poor soil. An equal mix of peat moss, perlite and orchid bark is good for monkey cups.

Although it's tempting to feed carnivorous plants, they are very capable of capturing their own food and will cnsume a surprising amount of flying insects.

This plant is covered by our Plant Health Guarantee

  • Living carnivorous plant
  • Eats live insects
  • Asian tropical hybrid
  • Next day delivery available
  • Supplied potted
RRP £9.99
£9.49 inc VAT
RRP €11.44
€10.86 inc VAT
RRP $14.14
$13.43 inc VAT
RRP $18.31
$17.39 inc VAT
RRP DKK85.18
DKK80.92 inc VAT
RRP NOK109.51
NOK104.03 inc VAT
RRP SEK116.60
SEK110.76 inc VAT
RRP $18.20
$17.29 inc VAT
Trumpet Pitcher Plant (Sarracenia sp.) - 5cm Pot

This plant is covered by our Plant Health Guarantee

  • Living carnivorous plant
  • Eats live insects
  • American temperate hybrid
RRP £6.99
£6.64 inc VAT
RRP €8.00
€7.60 inc VAT
RRP $9.89
$9.40 inc VAT
RRP $12.81
$12.17 inc VAT
RRP DKK59.60
DKK56.62 inc VAT
RRP NOK76.63
NOK72.79 inc VAT
RRP SEK81.58
SEK77.50 inc VAT
RRP $12.73
$12.09 inc VAT
Trumpet Pitcher Plant (Sarracenia sp.) - Large

This plant is covered by our Plant Health Guarantee

  • Living carnivorous plant
  • Eats live insects
  • American temperate hybrid
RRP £9.99
£9.49 inc VAT
RRP €11.44
€10.86 inc VAT
RRP $14.14
$13.43 inc VAT
RRP $18.31
$17.39 inc VAT
RRP DKK85.18
DKK80.92 inc VAT
RRP NOK109.51
NOK104.03 inc VAT
RRP SEK116.60
SEK110.76 inc VAT
RRP $18.20
$17.29 inc VAT
Venus Fly Trap (Dionaea muscipula) - 9 cm Pot

Venus fly traps are temperate plants from North America. During the Summer they require bright direct sunlight and will benefit from being outside or on a South-facing window sill. It is essential to give venus fly traps a cold winter at which point they will enter dormancy. Move to an unheated greenhouse or cold frame once the frosts start. The plant will die back until it re-emerges in the Spring.

Carnivorous plants must be watered with either rainwater or R.O water (unless you are lucky enough to have tapwater with minerals below 50ppm). Venus fly traps are naturally from boggy environments so must be kept wet by standing in a tray of water. During the winter dormancy, they should be kept damp rather than wet.

Venus fly traps need nutrient poor soil. An equal mix of peat moss and perlite is good for many carnivorous plants.

Although it's tempting to feed carnivorous plants, they are very capable of capturing their own food and will cnsume a surprising amount of flying insects.

This plant is covered by our Plant Health Guarantee

  • Living carnivorous plant
  • Eats live insects
  • American temperate species
  • Next day delivery available
  • Supplied potted
RRP £6.99
£6.64 inc VAT
RRP €8.00
€7.60 inc VAT
RRP $9.89
$9.40 inc VAT
RRP $12.81
$12.17 inc VAT
RRP DKK59.60
DKK56.62 inc VAT
RRP NOK76.63
NOK72.79 inc VAT
RRP SEK81.58
SEK77.50 inc VAT
RRP $12.73
$12.09 inc VAT
Cape Sundew (Drosera capensis)

Cape sundews are sub-tropical plants from South Africa. During the Summer they require bright sunlight and can be kept outside or on a South-facing window sill. During the winter move to a greenhouse or indoor window sill.

Carnivorous plants must be watered with either rainwater or R.O water (unless you are lucky enough to have tapwater with minerals below 50ppm). Droseras are naturally from boggy environments so must be kept wet by standing in a tray of water. During the winter dormancy, they should be kept damp rather than wet.

Droseras need nutrient poor soil. An equal mix of peat moss and perlite is good for many carnivorous plants.

Although it's tempting to feed carnivorous plants, they are very capable of capturing their own food and will cnsume a surprising amount of flying insects.

This plant is covered by our Plant Health Guarantee

  • Living carnivorous plant
  • Eats live insects
  • South African sub-tropical species
  • Next day delivery available
  • Supplied potted
RRP £8.99
£8.54 inc VAT
RRP €10.29
€9.78 inc VAT
RRP $12.72
$12.08 inc VAT
RRP $16.48
$15.65 inc VAT
RRP DKK76.66
DKK72.82 inc VAT
RRP NOK98.55
NOK93.62 inc VAT
RRP SEK104.93
SEK99.67 inc VAT
RRP $16.37
$15.55 inc VAT
Monkey Cups (Nepenthes sp.) - Hanging Pot

This plant is covered by our Plant Health Guarantee

  • Living carnivorous plant
  • Eats live insects
  • Asian tropical hybrid
RRP £29.99
£28.49 inc VAT
RRP €34.33
€32.62 inc VAT
RRP $42.44
$40.31 inc VAT
RRP $54.96
$52.21 inc VAT
RRP DKK255.72
DKK242.93 inc VAT
RRP NOK328.76
NOK312.31 inc VAT
RRP SEK350.03
SEK332.52 inc VAT
RRP $54.62
$51.89 inc VAT
Trumpet Pitcher Plant (Sarracenia sp.) - 8.5cm Pot

Sarracenias are temperate plants from North America. During the Summer they require bright direct sunlight and will benefit from being outside or on a South-facing window sill. It is essential to give Sarracenias a cold winter at which point they will enter dormancy. Move to an unheated greenhouse or cold frame once the frosts start. The plant will die back until it re-emerges in the Spring.

Carnivorous plants must be watered with either rainwater or R.O water (unless you are lucky enough to have tapwater with minerals below 50ppm). Sarracenias are naturally from boggy environments so must be kept wet by standing in a tray of water. During the winter dormancy, they should be kept damp rather than wet.

Sarracenias need nutrient poor soil. An equal mix of peat moss and perlite is good for many carnivorous plants.

Although it's tempting to feed carnivorous plants, they are very capable of capturing their own food and will cnsume a surprising amount of flying insects.

This plant is covered by our Plant Health Guarantee

  • Living carnivorous plant
  • Eats live insects
  • American temperate hybrid
  • Next day delivery available
  • Supplied potted
RRP £6.99
£6.64 inc VAT
RRP €8.00
€7.60 inc VAT
RRP $9.89
$9.40 inc VAT
RRP $12.81
$12.17 inc VAT
RRP DKK59.60
DKK56.62 inc VAT
RRP NOK76.63
NOK72.79 inc VAT
RRP SEK81.58
SEK77.50 inc VAT
RRP $12.73
$12.09 inc VAT
Venus Fly Trap (Dionaea muscipula) - 5cm Pot

This plant is covered by our Plant Health Guarantee

  • Living carnivorous plant
  • Eats live insects
  • American temperate species
RRP £6.99
£6.64 inc VAT
RRP €8.00
€7.60 inc VAT
RRP $9.89
$9.40 inc VAT
RRP $12.81
$12.17 inc VAT
RRP DKK59.60
DKK56.62 inc VAT
RRP NOK76.63
NOK72.79 inc VAT
RRP SEK81.58
SEK77.50 inc VAT
RRP $12.73
$12.09 inc VAT
Live Carnivorous Plants

Phrases like 'Terrascaping', 'Bio-Active' and 'Living Terrariums' are becoming more and more common in the world of reptile and amphibian care, as keepers become more aware of the benefits of creating a living ecosystem for their pets.

Apart from the aesthetic appeal of a planted terrarium there are some very real, tangible benefits for the animals. Living plants provide natural cover and climbing perches, shade, basking sites and maintain natural humidity. Just as live plants in an office can improve workers well-being, live plants in a terrarium will have the same effect for animals.