Why aren't you growing and propagating carnivorous plants, anons? Posted on April 21, 2023 by Anonymous Why aren't you growing and propagating carnivorous plants, anons?
Oh, I am. I make a lot of money out of it!
>I make a lot of money out of it!
Sell to normies
Pygmy drosera and temperate pinguicula gemmae, drosera seeds and fast growing nepenthes cuttings
I know they're popular on this board, but they're a little disturbing to me. A non-sentient plant that eats sentient animals instead of the other way around.
>A non-sentient plant that eats sentient animals
Retard. Plants are sentient.
I tried flytraps several times but they died every time. I grow Sarracenea successfully though.
They're sticky and gross.
I tried with a shitty fly trap from lowes. It died trying to eat a ladybug I think.
You really need to make sure you read the care instructions. It's a plant that grows in shitty swamps, so they don't like a lot of sunlight, and need high humidity.
>they don't like a lot of sunlight, and need high humidity.
is this bait? it surely feels like bait
I tried, it died
wtf are you me?
They are expensive and hard to get.
That's a bummer, but I'd say keep trying and reading guides/talking to people. Awesome about the sarrs though!
Tell me where I can find them for cheap?
What plants are you interested in? I'm happy to provide links
not him but interested in drosera seeds in the EU that can also survive winter here.
I have never raised a carnivorous plant before, so any plant that is for beginners will do. Also, would prefer if it actually ends up killing the insects, and not just attracting tgem to my home.
Oh, but I am, anon. Here's my latest lowii pitcher.
Beautiful, love it