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  • Grow Carnivorous Plants! Volume 1 - Venus Flytraps, Sarracenia, and Other Cold Hardy Plants

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    No terrariums. No myths. No nonsense. If you can grow roses, tomatoes, and daylilies, and other common garden plants, you can grow North American carnivorous plants - Venus flytraps, Sarracenia, and others. Get the straight facts from guys who grow and propagate thousands of carnivorous plants every year since 1995.

    Jeff Dallas and Jacob Farin are owners of Sarracenia Northwest, a carnivorous plant nursery in Oregon, USA. With over 50 years of combined experience, they will share with you their no-nonsense approach to growing some of the most spectacular plants in the world.

    In Volume 1, Jeff and Jacob will show you:
    • How to provide the optimal sunlight for Venus flytraps and Sarracenia.
    • How to test your water quality. Tap water is possible!
    • How to make your own soil mix.

    For information about winter care and common plant problems, read their ebook, The Ultimate Carnivorous Plant Guide for Beginners.

    Music is licensed by CSS Music:
    "Rural Reflections"
    "Picket Fences"
    "Three Rivers"
    "Farm to Market"
    "Mid Summers Dream"



    When the 3-volume Grow Carnivorous Plants DVD series was released in 2010, it was the first of its kind - professionally produced videos about carnivorous plant care hosted by growers who grew and propagated carnivorous plants for a living. The stream-lined methods they share in the videos are the same methods they use in their nursery.

    Volume 1 - North American Carnivorous Plants (Venus Flytraps, Sarracenia, and Others)
    Volume 2 - Tropical Sundews and Butterworts.
    Volume 3 - Tropical Pitcher Plants

    Each volume contains a general-care video, approximately 45 minutes, that covers essential concepts about sunlight, water, soil, and humidity and how they relate to specific groups of plants. Other videos in each volume cover other horticultural topics, such as repotting, propagation, and common problems.

    The DVDs are currently out of print, but portions of it are now available for viewing on Sarracenia Northwest's Youtube channel. Make sure to subscribe for notification of new carnivorous plant videos. Show less
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