Drosera rotundifolia, also known as the round-leaved sundew, pictured at Thursley Common National Nature Reserve in June.

Drosera rotundifolia, also known as the round-leaved sundew, pictured at Thursley Common National Nature Reserve in June.

This is a close up of Sarracenia cv. Eva. I love the green veining!

This is a close up of Sarracenia cv. Eva. I love the green veining!

This is a close up of Sarracenia flava var. rugelii, a fly is just about to enter the pitcher of this carnivorous plant.

This is a close up of Sarracenia flava var. rugelii, a fly is just about to enter the pitcher of this carnivorous plant.

This is Sarracenia flava var. rugelii, you can see that a fly is just about to enter to pitcher.

This is Sarracenia flava var. rugelii, you can see that a fly is just about to enter to pitcher.

This is Sarracenia x mitchelliana x Sarracenia x swaniana.

This is Sarracenia x mitchelliana x Sarracenia x swaniana.

This is a close up of Sarracenia cv. Eva, showing a trumpet with red veining.

This is a close up of Sarracenia cv. Eva, showing a trumpet with red veining.

A closer look at Drosera rotundifolia, also known as the round-leaved sundew, pictured at Thursley Common National Nature Reserve in June.

A closer look at Drosera rotundifolia, also known as the round-leaved sundew, pictured at Thursley Common National Nature Reserve in June.

A closer look at Drosera rotundifolia, also known as the round-leaved sundew, pictured at Thursley Common National Nature Reserve in June.

A closer look at Drosera rotundifolia, also known as the round-leaved sundew, pictured at Thursley Common National Nature Reserve in June.


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This is a close up of Sarracenia cv. Eva, showing a trumpet with red veining.

This is a close up of Sarracenia cv. Eva, showing a trumpet with red veining.

A close up of the red veining of a Sarracenia.

A close up of the red veining of a Sarracenia.

This is Hewitt-Cooper's Gold Medal winning carnivorous plant display at the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show.  Carnivorous plants are so interesting and great fun to grow, some varieties grow well outside and others are best kept inside.

This is Hewitt-Cooper's Gold Medal winning carnivorous plant display at the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show. Carnivorous plants are so interesting and great fun to grow, some varieties grow well outside and others are best kept inside.

This is the Gold Medal winning exhibit of carnivorous plants at the 2015 RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.  Hampshire Carnivorous Plants are based in Horton Heath, in Hampshire, they have been growing carnivorous plants for over 35 years, they sell an extensive range of carnivorous plants, compost, books and sundries for the amateur and expert carnivorous plant enthusiast.

This is the Gold Medal winning exhibit of carnivorous plants at the 2015 RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. Hampshire Carnivorous Plants are based in Horton Heath, in Hampshire, they have been growing carnivorous plants for over 35 years, they sell an extensive range of carnivorous plants, compost, books and sundries for the amateur and expert carnivorous plant enthusiast.

The RHS judges awarded Hampshire Carnivorous Plants a Gold Medal, at the RHS…

The RHS judges awarded Hampshire Carnivorous Plants a Gold Medal, at the RHS…

Inside the newly refurbished carnivorous plants area, inside the Princess of Wales Conservatory, at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Inside the newly refurbished carnivorous plants area, inside the Princess of Wales Conservatory, at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Hampshire Carnivorous Plants Gold Medal winning exhibit at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.

Hampshire Carnivorous Plants Gold Medal winning exhibit at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.

During the spring, summer and autumn, inside The Waterlily House at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, you'll find the Santa Cruz waterlily, also known by its botanical name of Victoria cruziana. You can see the beautiful pink flowers of Ipomoea mauritiana on the right hand side of this photograph, and in the hanging baskets, Nepanthes is flourishing.

During the spring, summer and autumn, inside The Waterlily House at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, you'll find the Santa Cruz waterlily, also known by its botanical name of Victoria cruziana. You can see the beautiful pink flowers of Ipomoea mauritiana on the right hand side of this photograph, and in the hanging baskets, Nepanthes is flourishing.

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