Small carnivorous plants, that are sticky to the touch and great for catching smaller insects like midges. Grown in sphagnum/sand mix.
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Carnivorous plants come in lots of shapes and sizes.   Since they grow well as bog plants, I have added them to this catergory.

I keep these in various places, some in my tunnel house, others outside.  But they all are kept in a tray that is kept continuously wet.

These Pings are carnivorous plants that trap and digest insects with their sticky leaves. They do this to get the nutrients they need, since the soil they grow in is often nutrient-poor. Butterwort leaves are covered in tiny hairs that secrete sticky droplets, which attract and trap insects.

I have these planted up in a spagnium and sand mix.

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