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Thread: If you could grow only one carnivorous plant, what would it be?

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    The sticky ones are my favorite. Tacks's Avatar
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    Drosera burmannii. They grow fast and eat a lot and are really fun to watch go from seed to flower.

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    Either Nepenthes Hamata, giant spectabilis, or maybe a truncata.

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    Darlingtonia, they're so easy you just 'flood and forget' and they don't look too bad.

    Well, that's forget apart from having very meaningful discussions with them. I like the way they always nod in agreement.
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    N. sibuyanensis x (spectabilis x aristolochioides). An extremely vigorous grower, no matter where I put it. The only downside is it rarely pitchers once it vines. The pitchers have great shape tthough. ( My avatar is the last pitcher it made for me).

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    Utricularia bisquamata. Fascinating species - and horticulturally challenging as well.

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    Guess I'll be the first boring answer, lol.

    VFT's. Typical would be fine, or a cultivar with reds and yellows.

    They're easy to care for, and look mighty impressive in large clumps with 1" traps gaping open.

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    Drosera capensis

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    Cephalotus
    Always the plant that draws my attention

    If I could only grow outdoors it would be sarracenia purpurea montana. As far as outdoors plant go, there's nothing more beautiful than a purp

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