International Carnivorous Plant Society

Grow Carnivorous Plants

There are more than 720 species of carnivorous plants spread over 17 genera in 5 orders. This includes plants that are fully aquatic to ones that live in deserts, plants that live in rain forests, fog forests, temperate forests, bogs, fens, swamps, grasslands, lakes, streams, and on and on. There is no one way to grow carnivorous plants in general and no one way to grow any given carnivorous plant.

This Grow Carnivorous Plants section will help you grow and enjoy the more common and easier to grow carnivorous plants.

Growing Environments 

General information on where to grow carnivorous plants. With a little ingenuity you can have a house and back yard full of carnivorous plants.

Growing Guides 

Specific instructions on growing particular types of carnivorous plants. Try to concentrate on growing plants you can grow. 

Propagation 

How to make new plants. Propagating plants is fun.

Soils, Water, Light

The basics of a plant's life. 

Feeding Plants

Plants need food too. Most carnivores need to be fed if there is no food for them to catch.

Pests & Other Issues

Carnivorous plants have enemies and diseases just like every other plant.

 

There are other nuggets of growing information scattered throughout the ICPS web site and its associated sites.