Seed section

On this page you can order seeds of our plants for sale. Please keep in mind that growing seeds of carnivorous plants takes a bit of skill and endurance, as you will be dealing with very tiny seeds and plants that will take a long time to grow up. While the price of the seeds might be lower than a plant, a plant will also produce lots (more!) of seeds quickly and is more likely to survive.
There won't be a detailed description of the plant species on this page, please proceed to the plant pages for more info. Here we will focus on seed specific matter in the description.

Sowing instructions:
Unless stated differently you can use coco peat and if you have/find add 50% SILICA sand (try buisnesses selling water filters). We usually use slightly aged (more black than brown) coco peat, but use also fresh coco peat if nothing else is available. Some people cover their seeds with a transparent lid or saran wrap, but if they stay permanently wet it can be done without as well. Be aware that carnivorous plant seeds (esp. Drosera, Utricularia, Pinguicula ...) can be EXTREMELY small, open their packet CAREFULLY, with no wind around. Consider doing it on a sheet of white paper, so if something falls down, you can still recover it. Put the seeds on the surface of the soil, don't bury them. Keep seeds out of sun and once you see germination, gradually expose them to more sun every day, but make sure the sun doesn't dry the soil too much. Make sure your seed container has bright light and air movement, otherwise molds might develop. Watch out for moss, slime or any other weeds that could overgrow your seedlings. Don't fertilize. Be warned that we have thousands of flowering sundews that are dispersing their seeds all over our nursery, but they NEVER germinated below our growing tables on regular garden soil, so... coco peat it is :)

We are trying our best to give you quality seed, but we can not guarantee germination. Some species are easier to propagate through seeds than others. The quantity of seeds is usually indicated, but we can also not guarantee that it is correct, as sometimes leftovers of seed pods might be confused for seeds, or some seeds might be sterile. But usually if we are in doubt, we put more seeds to offset those issues. We will try to reharvest the seeds at least annually (as many plants flower only once a year like VFT), as most seeds can be stored for at least up to one year (unless indicated otherwise).

Dionaea muscipula CerberusxCerberus

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Php 450

These are seeds from a very wicked looking clone of Venus Flytrap. Image is borrowed from Red Long Fingers clone and does NOT reflect Cerberus, click here for the real thing. Please keep in mind that chances are to get very strange looking flytraps, but they might also just look like a typical form since those extreme feature can be recessive. Since this is not a clone you can NOT name them Cerberus. 10 seeds per pack.

D. burmannii

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Php 150

Our typical form, green with good red coloration that disappears prior to the flowering stage. Very friendly to propagate through seeds. 20+ per pack. Harvested Nov 2, 2016

D. filiformis

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Php 150

We prefer to propagate this one vegetatively, but you can try the seeds as well. Success might vary. 10+ per pack. Harvested Nov 2, 2016

D. indica

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Php 150

Another seed specialist, recommended for a beginner who wants large sundews fast. 20+ per pack. Harvested Nov 2, 2016

D. intermedia

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Php 150

Our tropical form. Relatively easy as well. 20+ per pack. Harvested Nov 2, 2016

D. spathulata pink flower

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Php 150

Beginner friendly plant with very viable seeds, but it takes some time until you can recognize a sundew :). 20+ per pack. Harvested Nov 2, 2016

D. spathulata Fraser Island Form

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Php 150

Also known as D. lovellae. This form doesn't focus very much on seeds, but you can try your luck. 10+ per pack. Harvested Nov 2, 2016

U. bifida

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Php 150

We have actually not tried to propagate these from seeds, but they are readily available so you can give them a try. 10+ or 20+ seeds per pack, forgot :) Harvested Nov 2, 2016

U. calycifida

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Php 150

Same here, I would prefer to go from a plant, we have more the international growers in mind here. 20+ seeds per pack. Harvested Nov 2, 2016