Recently I was housesitting for a bud, and at his house I planted a Dutchman's pipe or pipevine a couple of years ago. His does better than mine, and is covered with seedpods from last years flowers. These are fresh, picked three days ago. There should be lots of seeds, they are small and paper thin. The pods are about three inches in length. The vid is a different species.
They are not carnivorous, but it is said when the flowers are closed they do trap some of the pollinating insects. When closed they kind of look like brains, and when open they look otherworldly. Email if interested in a pod.
Also, awhile back I spied a plastic pond at an estate sale that had been dumped out and left to dry out for eventual sale, and nearby were several water plants that had been in it. I grabbed a few and took them home. I have a few of those should someone be interested.
They look pretty beat up, but I planted a couple and within two weeks they were putting out new leaves. Email if interested. Cheers! Spring is almost here!
Please email rather than pm. My box is full.
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Update: One of the pods had started to turn color, and I was going to cut it open, but all I had to do was twist it around a bit and it parted into sections. Each section was full of seeds. They look mature to me.