Little kids love carnivorous plants, and some adults too.
Do it!!! CP's are possibly the coolest plants out there! I have a basal shoot on my Nepenthes sanguinea for you when the weather warms up again, just to help change your mind . It makes a good windowsill plant too.Oh I can't start any more new collections. That is already five categories of plants and I have already run out of space.
If I were to buy just one carnivorous plant I am certain that I would be up till 3am every morning perusing websites, purchase several pricey books, and squeeze new little plants into every last little of extra room.
You know that you are addicted when... :hihi:Gosh, if I lived in Spring Valley, Illinois I would go have a look at them. Does the asking price include the property too or is that just for the structures?
Do you mean the Chimonobambusa? Actually when I got that order of bamboo they had been held up in a storm and froze solid. The Chimonobambusa was a total loss, but part of the Indocalamus tesselatus did make it OK and seemed pretty happy for the rest of the winter on the windowsill. The Indocalamus is really a cool plant.I tried the indoor silver stripe bamboo. I almost lost them both and had to put them outside. And they were in my birdroom with lots of light. I hope you have better luck.