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    • Ashley Holt

      Carnivorous Plant Terrarium: This one might look normal, but it's filled with Pitcher Plant, a plant rumored to eat flies like the Venus Fly Trap. They aren't easy to grow and growing one as nice as this in a terrarium is pretty impressive.

    • Elizabeth M

      Beautifully grown pitcher plants (via FloWerS & GrEeN ✿ / Terrarium)

    • Jan S

      Pitcher plant terrarium by Ken Marten.

    • Snips Entwined

      Love the pitcher plants. I wonder if the terrarium would enhance light conditions or if there wouldn't be enough light--Under The Table and Dreaming: Terrarium Ideas and Inspiration {Easy DIY Ideas for Indoor Gardens}

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    Pitcher plants are carnivorous plants...i want some of these for my garden some day. They're an interesting plant

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    Oooooh, pitcher plant terrarium! Something like this might be happy in our bathroom?

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    Pitcher Plants are cool. The insides of these tall pitchers and others like them have fine, slippery hairs all along the shaft. Insects slide in, can't fly out, and try to crawl out, only to slide farther in, until they get stuck. Then the plants fill with fluid to cover all the insects and absorb them.

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