Carnivorous Plants of the World
First published in 1986, a gardening handbook which examines carnivorous plants from around the world, covering Venus fly traps, pitcher plants, sundews, butterworts and bladderworts, offering advice on cultivation, pests and diseases and hybridization.
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Chapter 2DionaeaVenus Fly Trap
Chapter 3The Pitcher Plants
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acid Aldrovanda anthers aphids Asexual Reproduction binata Byblis Byblis gigantea carnivorous plants Cephalotus container cultivar damp Darlingtonia develop digestive Dionaea direct sunlight dormancy dormant period Drosera binata Drosophyllum enzymes flowers are borne foot candles fungicide gemmae genus germinate gigantea glands green greenhouse Group growers growing season grown growth hairs Heliamphora high humidity hybrid insects khasiana leaf blade Leaf cuttings leaves length light liniflora mature mucilage native habitat nectar Nepenthes northiana X maxima pests petals petiole Photo photoperiod phyllodia Pinguicula pistil Pitcher Plant placed planting medium plantlets plants grow plastic pollen Polypompholyx pots prey produce psittacina purpurea ssp rafflesiana X ampullaria rafflesiana X gracilis removed rhizome roots rosette rubra Sarracenia purpurea scape seed seedlings sepals soil sphagnum moss sphagnum peat moss stamens stem cuttings stigma stimulation summer surface temperatures tentacles thorelii transplanted trap tropical tuberous Drosera tubers usually Utricularia veitchii white flowers yellow