Hi! I'm new here and don't have any carnivorous plants. But tried to grow some from seed which didn't work. (California pitchers, mixed venus flytrap and mixed sundews) I've been scouting through etsy, and I'm not sure the way to go. But also, I'm considering starting a Carolina 'biotope' (in the somewhat far future as I don'thave the space or money yet... so within 2-3 yrs I'mstill toying with the idea, plans, proccess, and learning curves until then- also, I'mnot sure 'biotope' is the right word, anyway). But I want to create a low-nutrient bog terrarium with a mix of carnivourous plants (no nepenthes, they're too big) and other plants that are found there, or can at least thrive in the conditions. Im talking orchids, flowers, neoregelia bromeliads, the 'ground star' bromeliads, tilandsia airplants, (not sure that'show you spell 'tilandsia') ferns, etc. I'd like to buy some typical 'fairy garden' plants, too. Ivy, wandering jew, nerve plant, prayer plant, pothos, etc. There will also be mosses and lichen. I just mostly want to find plants that will thrive in these conditions, and can closely replicate a sub-tropical bog from the Carolinas, even if most-but not all- plants are native to the Carolinas. I think blue tail or '5 lined' skinks would be a smaller sized, but large enough to not get harmed by the carnivorous plants, species, native to the Carolinas. Another issue I'm running into here though, is that I know carnivorous plants cannot survive in nutrient rich soil, so I'm trying to figure out how to incorporate all the plants. In it, I want Carolina native Sarracenia, butterwort, sundews, and venus fly traps. I'm thinking a 40-50 gallon tank, backgrounds, good drainage, hardscape with cork and branches, springtails, charcoal, etc. So. Does anyone have any tips or ideas on how to make it work? Also, does anyone know where I can find just a few carnivorous plants for fairly cheap, while still being exceptional quality? Sorry I immediately have so many questions! Thanks in advance!