Carnivorous Plants of the World
First published in 1986, a gardening handbook which examines carnivorous plants from around the world, covering Venus fly traps, pitcher plants, sundews, butterworts and bladderworts, offering advice on cultivation, pests and diseases and hybridization.
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Chapter 2DionaeaVenus Fly Trap
Chapter 3The Pitcher Plants
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