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Carnivorous
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Dionaea species 'Cultivar' - OR -
Dionaea Hybrid 'Cultivar'
Description and grower
Dionaea muscipula 'Dente'
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Parents: = Species in North Carolina, USA.
Desc: Venus flytrap. Carnivorous leaves in summer, dormant in winter. Rosette of green leaves, rosette 3 inches wide.
Grower#1: 11/27/2006 California Carnivores (Sebastopol, CA).
Grower#2: 5/1/2007 J&K Orchids (Neenah, WI). 2 plants.

7/5/2007 - All plants in flower. Flowers photographed, then stem cut off. Lush green growth and lots of traps produced. Very healthy plants.
5/1/2007 - Three healthy plants. All transplanted directly into artificial bog in front yard. Full sun. Summer home, will over winter in frost free garage.
3/17/2007 - Breaking dormanacy #1, new green leaves. Receives sunlight from west facing window for 2-3 hours.
1/21/2007 - Healthy plant #1, mostly dormant. Some green leaves. Receives sunlight from west facing window for 2-3 hours. Watered twice monthly, garage is typically 90% relative humidity.
11/30/2006 - Grown in 3 inch pot. Healthy plant #1. Moved to garage for winter (near sunny window). Watered with RO water, soil kept permanently damp. Nighttime temperature 25F - 40F for winter.



Carnivorous
Photograph
Drosera species 'Cultivar' - OR -
Drosera Hybrid 'Cultivar'
Description and grower
Drosera

Drosera Sundew
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Carnivorous
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Heliamphora species 'Cultivar' - OR -
Heliamphora Hybrid 'Cultivar'
Description and grower
Heliamphora minor

Parents: = Species in Venezuela.
Desc: Sun Pitcher. Carnivorous pitcher plant.
Grower: 12/5/2006 J&K Orchids (Neenah, WI).

5/1/2007 - Healthy plant. Transplanted directly into artificial bog in front yard. Part sun, covered with lattice for spectled shade. Summer home, will over winter in warm indoor plant room.
1/21/2007 - Healthy plant. Nice green leaves, some new growth. 20 pitchers. Receives sunlight from southeast facing window for 2-3 hours. Watered twice weekly, soil kept permanently wet, nighttime temperature kept above 60F for winter.
12/5/2006 - Grown in 3 inch pot. Moved indoors for winter. Healthy plant. Receives sunlight from southeast facing window for 2-3 hours. Watered twice weekly, sphagnum kept permanently wet, nighttime temperature kept above 60F for winter.


Carnivorous
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Nepenthes species 'Cultivar' - OR -
Nepenthes Hybrid 'Cultivar'
Description and grower
Nepenthes

Nepenthes Tropical Pitcher Plants
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Carnivorous
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Pinguicula species 'Cultivar' - OR -
Pinguicula Hybrid 'Cultivar'
Description and grower
Pinguicula

Pinguicula Butterworts
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Carnivorous
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Sarracenia species 'Cultivar' - OR -
Sarracenia Hybrid 'Cultivar'
Description and grower
Sarracenia

Sarracenia Pitcher Plants
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Carnivorous
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Habitat
Description
Open Bog
Artificial Bog (additional image)
Artificial Bog (additional image)

Desc: Habitat in Wisconsin.
    Bog shrubs include:
  1. Bog Rosemary (Andromeda polifolia) Synonym: A. glaucophylla
  2. Bearberry (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi)
  3. Leatherleaf (Chamaedaphne calyculata)
  4. Trailing Arbutus (Epigaea repens)
  5. Creeping Snowberry (Gaultheria hispidula)
  6. Eastern Teaberry (G. procumbens)
  7. Catberry (Ilex mucronata)
  8. Bog Laurel (Kalmia polifolia)
  9. Bog Labrador Tea (Ledum groenlandicum) Synonym: Rhododendron groenlandicum
  10. Lowbush Blueberry (Vaccinium angustifolium)
  11. Cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon)
  12. Canada Blueberry (Vaccinium myrtilloides)
  13. Small Cranberry (Vaccinium oxycoccos)

    Herbaceous plants include:
  1. Dragons Mouth Orchid (Arethusa bulbosa)
  2. Tuberous Grasspink Orchid (Calopogon tuberous)
  3. Pink Ladyslipper Orchid (Cypripedium acaule)
  4. Snakemouth Orchid (Pogonia ophioglossoides)
  5. Water Arum (Calla palustris)
  6. Threeleaf False Lily Of The Valley (Maianthemum trifolium)
  7. Bogbean (Menyanthes trifoliata)
  8. Starflower (Trientalis borealis)
  9. Spoonleaf Sundew (Drosera intermedia)
  10. Slenderleaf Sundew (D. linearis)
  11. Roundleaf Sundew (D. rotundifolia)
  12. Purple Pitcherplant (Sarracenia purpurea)
  13. Bladderwort (Utricularia species)



Carnivorous Plants Grown In Wisconsin Gardens - Plants Checklist
G3 Common - These are carnivorous plants that grow well in the home and garden. These are strong, healthy, and easy to grow plants. These are the carnivorous plants that the first time gardener should trial in their home and garden. The G3 Checklist indicates the garden where the plant has been successfully grown. G3 Checklist.
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