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    Arrow Seattle area carnivorous plant display

    anyone know on the botanical gardens (etc) that has a Carnivorous plant display? I am told it exists, but am not finding anything on google :/

    I'm headed up there again this weekend and would love to check it out!

    Thanks :]

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    anyone have some insight on this?

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    Dude i've been looking for the same thing forever.. We have NOTHING up here.. No real good botanical gardens or public greenhouses.. There's this: http://www.metroparkstacoma.org/page.php?id=21 but thats all that I know of and I dont think they have any CPs..

    I will now eat my words, they DO have CPs.. wow.. i never found any info on that until just now..
    http://www.metroparkstacoma.org/page.php?id=457

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    Longwood Gardens in PA have a section dedicated to CP's. It also has minibogs positioned throughout the grounds with temp Sundews and Sarrs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brie View Post
    Dude i've been looking for the same thing forever.. We have NOTHING up here.. No real good botanical gardens or public greenhouses.. There's this: http://www.metroparkstacoma.org/page.php?id=21 but thats all that I know of and I dont think they have any CPs..

    I will now eat my words, they DO have CPs.. wow.. i never found any info on that until just now..
    http://www.metroparkstacoma.org/page.php?id=457
    thank you for the info!~ and just in time too.
    the wrights park greenhouse was spectacular, but the nepenthes (in the back corner) looked long forgotten. still, a very long vine was present.
    seattle is beautiful :0 cant wait to visit again

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