OC002 Outdoor Sarracenia collection 3
A selection of three hardy outdoor Sarracenia suitable for a peat bog garden or an unheated greenhouse, will also do well in a container or planter in a sunny position. All plants will be sent out ready potted
MPN : OC002
genus : Sarracenia
Brand : Hantsflytrap
Product Code : OC002
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I have wanted to keep carnivorous plants for a long while, as a kid I had several venus fly traps that all died because we weren't told how to keep them.
They fascinated me and so when a few years ago I read an article on how to keep them, I knew I had to have some.
I spent a long time researching and Hampshire Carnivorous Plants was highly recommended by many people and so I spent ages looking through their collection and settled on the Outdoor Sarracenia collection 3
My order was placed on the Friday and I received them the following Thursday via DPD and I was concerned how they would cope with being shipped.
They were very well packaged and arrived in perfect condition, a Sarracenia flava and two Sarracenia purpurea that are just stunning.
This is definitely only the beginning of my collection of carnivorous plants and without a doubt I will be buying from Hampshire Carnivorous Plants again.
I highly recommend them!
Zec Richardson | Southend on Sea, Essex | August 2020
New to carnivorous plants
Plants ordered saturday; delivered by thursday, well posted and sent without any damage or drying out. Looking forward to putting them n their new bog garden home and watch them grow. May treat myself to a venus fly trap next
Kevin Ansell | Corsham Wiltshire | July 2020
Part of my first order with this company - very impressed with quality and packaging. Will become a regular customer!
Angela Farrow | St. Austell | June 2020
I buy a lot of plants online, these are the best plants I have ever received. Well packaged, strong and healthy. Absolutely amazing! I am building a jungle garden and these guys will take pride of place in my swamp 😁👍🏻
Christopher Metcalf | Hull | August 2019