carnivorous plants for sale

Falling for Sarracenia

Many of our sarracenia (pitcher plants) have started to go dormant by now, but that’s not the case for Sarracenia leucophylla and any of it’s hybrids. Patrick explained this difference by noting that this species is designed for attaching moths, due it’s white tops that illuminate at night. These moths are prevalent in the fall,

Falling for Sarracenia Read More »

Are those backyard insects driving you crazy!!

Combat  those pesky backyard pests with your very own Bug Bat. These North American natives are at home in a moist bog areas and prey on ants, flies, wasps, beetles, slugs and snails. Even if you don’t have a bog or moist garden area, you can still enjoy growing pitcher plants on your deck, patio, or

Are those backyard insects driving you crazy!! Read More »

Pitcher Plants in flower…truly unique

Here are some recent images from the gardens here at Juniper Level of one of our favorite pitcher plants, Sarracenia leucophylla ‘Tarnok’. This amazing double-flowered pitcher plant was discovered in Alabama by plantsman Coleman Tarnok in the early 1970s. Here is the clump growing in the garden.  Pitcher plants are quite easy to grow, provided the

Pitcher Plants in flower…truly unique Read More »

It’s time for our Spring Open Nursery and Garden Days

It’s finally here…the time we share the gardens and open the nursery to the public. Starting tomorrow (Friday) morning, we welcome visitors to stroll the gardens and shop till you drop for cool perennials. Click here for times and directions.  The gardens here and Juniper Level look absolutely fabulous.  Below are a few images of

It’s time for our Spring Open Nursery and Garden Days Read More »

Scroll to Top