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Newly revised, "The Savage Garden: Cultivating Carnivorous Plants" by Peter D'Amato, has been a perennial best seller.
There is a book that puts into one place everything you want or need to know about Venus Flytrap plants, Cobra Lilys, and other carnivorous plants.
Did you know that some pitcher plants can, and do, digest an entire rat?
Did you know that there are several hundred species of carnivorous plants on our planet?
Beautiful, unusual, and surprisingly easy to grow, flesh-eating plants thrive everywhere from windowsills to outdoor container gardens, in a wide variety of climates.
From the cool climates of the Pacific Northwest, to the humid coastal plains of North America, to the steaming jungles of Central America and Africa, every carnivorous plant has adapted itself to grow and flourish and gather nutrients in the most amazing way - eating and digesting insects and animals.
Fully revised with the latest developments in the carnivorous plant world, this new edition includes:
- All the basics of raising successfully these amazing plants, from watering and feeding to artificial lighting, soil, and fertilizers.
- Detailed descriptions of hundreds of plants, including many of the incredible new species that have been recently discovered and hybridized.
- Cultivation and propagation information for all the plant families: pitcher plants, Venus flytraps, sundews, rainbow plants, bladderworts, and many other peculiar plants from the demented mind of Mother Nature.
Whether you are a beginner with your first flytrap or an expert looking for the latest exotic specimen, this classic book has everything you need to grow your very own little garden of horrors.
Don't wait. Go here now to get this information today and become successful raising carnivorous plants.