All Web Ring Sites

Site Owner         Site Name                 Description
mike wilder Heliamphora Pictures of cultivated Heliamphora. Sale plants to come.
Alvin Liu, Daniel DiPietro Carnivorous Journey The main feed is a blog-style documentation of our observations and experiences as we cultivate CPs. We have also summarized our experiences in our grow guides and compiled photos of the plants that we grow in our photo galleries.
Les Burdett Sarracenia plants and seedlings grown from seed This is a new site showing my Sarracenia collection grown from seed with photographs of plants and seedlings. It will grow with the addition of more photographs as plant mature.
See Ming Kui Midtown Carnivores An online retailer of carnivorous plants, supplies and gifts for New York City, scheduled to open in Spring, 2013. Site currently has two active areas: Flora Over Fauna (blog) and Garden of Flesh (gallery). Store is currently under construction.
Pauline Steward THE FLY TRAP PLANTS Carnivorous plants for the beginner and for the specialist grower we have all kinds of carnivorous plants from venus fly trap to the utricularia bladderworts
Eric PARTRAT A world of Pinguicula A small international group of Pinguicula lovers (everybody can join us to help): All about Pinguicula (pictures, habitats, maps, descriptions, growing tips...) Preservation of as many species, forms and hybrids truly identified of genus Pinguicula as possible in culture and to preserve indirectly wild populations from field collecting(Swap lists from members on-line).
Tim Malcolm Utricularia. Dedicated entirely to the genus _Utricularia_. Includes descriptions of methods for cultivating aquatic and terrestrial species, as well as photos of plants in cultivation, Utric-biased web-page and book recommendations, and subtle jabs at other genera. Updated Oct. 19 2003.
Terry Blackburn My Carnivorous Garden Read the story of a landscaping experiment, an attempt to introduce carnivorous plants into a suburban neighborhood. The entire project is being documented with lists, drawings, inventories, budgets and photographs.
kertesz le guide des plantes carnivores un site avec de nombreuse site de culture sur les différentes espèces de plantes carnivores ,ainsi que des trucs et astuces au fils des jours.
lolo Swiss-Carni Forum Suisse de plantes carnivores
Jang Gi-Won Carnivorous Plant Tissue Culture Lab We are doing tissue culture of Carnivorous plant. We registered the new cultivar of venus fly trap, Korean Melody Shark in ICPS several years ago. We sell only in vitro culture and the seeds all over the world.
Vaclav Kubin www.czplants.com | Carnivorous and exotics plants Where you can buy carnivorous plants, tillandsia, insectivorous plants, carnivorous plant, plant, education materials, Aldrovanda, Byblis, Cephalotus, Darlingtonia, Dionaea, Drosera, Drosophyllum, Genlisea, Heliamphora, Nepenthes, Pinguicula, Sarracenia, Triphyophyllum, Utricularia, Venus Flyltraps, Pitcher Plants, Butterworts and more...
Serge Lavayssiere La Page du Grainetier Responsable de la Bourse de Graines de l'Association FranÁaise d'Amateurs de Plantes Carnivores, Serge Lavayssiäre prÈsente ici 15 ans de passion pour ces plantes extraordinaires. Ses activitÈs pour l'Asoociation (Bourse de Graines, archives complätes des bulletins), mais aussi de nombreuses photos, astuces de culture,...
Esteban Mucilago trucos y información sobre plantas carnívoras
John Thompson Welcome To Carnivore Plants: Carnivorous Plants Specialist Carnivore Plants is a new Carnivorous Plant Community Website Complete With A Community Forum Which Will Be Hosting Plant Information & Videos & Photo's. Cultivation Topics & Much Much More. Plus A New Online Shop To Purchase Carnivorous Plants With Common & Rare Forms Available.

 

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