Pick up only

When your order pickup,
one of our employees will contact you to organise a time, date and location for your plant pick-up.
The reason we do not do shipping is that currently we do not insure plants and cannot assure you that
Aus post will send you the plants alive.

Out of stock

DROSERA (SUNDEWS) REPOTTING: When re-potting your Drosera you should use a mixture of 75% peat moss and 25% perlite or propagation sand. Wet this mix thoroughly through first before potting your plant into it. The best time to re-pot is in early spring when the plants are doing most of their growing. Use a pot to suit the size of the plant, giving it enough room to grow for the following year, but not too big that it dwarfs the plant. WATERING: Do not ever let your Drosera dry out. During Spring, Summer and Autumn sit it in a saucer of water, changing the water frequently. The water should cover the drainage holes of the pot. If your water is good enough to drink straight from the tap, then this is alright to use on your plant. If not you should use either rain, distilled or reverse osmosis water. In winter do not let the plant dry out but don’t leave it sitting in water all the time. FERTILIZING: Do not fertilize with flies or insects. We feed with a mixture of Seasol and Powerfeed To one litre of water, put 4 ml of Seasol and 2 ml of Powerfeed. DO NOT use any other fertilisers. We use this mix every 8 weeks from Spring to Autumn either watered onto the growing medium, or poured into the water tray beneath the pot. LIGHT: Droseras require a high level of light. A window sill inside the house that gets morning sun in summer and afternoon sun in winter is an excellent position. Otherwise you can grow them in a terrarium, greenhouse, glasshouse or porch and some growers grow them outside in the full weather. HUMIDITY: Drosera’s like humidity. A terrarium or glasshouse will provide this. But a warm sunny window sill will give you enough heat for the plant to survive. DORMANCY: During winter some Drosera's go into their dormancy period and may stop growing. This is a natural occurrence and the plant must go through this period in order to stay alive and gain strength to grow their spring traps and flowers. Cut off any dead leaves at the base of the plant. In spring the plants will send up their new leaves/pitchers.

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Our business is run by four twelve year old kids, Josh, Jett, Arran and Bryce. All our plants are grown in Rozelle and Lilyfield, so we can get them to you alive and healthy. The idea first started around a year ago, as our love of plants and Coding at school started combining. We thought it would be cool to make a company selling carnivorous plants, but we didn’t really do anything about it until 2021. We had to make an app in Coding that was about saving the environment and so we thought, ‘why not make an app about carnivorous plants’. We called the app “ Hungry  Garden” - save the world, one bug at a time! Later that day, we came up with the idea of actually making a website, so Josh set to work designing and building it. It was a slow process, and Arran, Jett and Bryce didn’t hear about it until 6 months later when he said that it was almost ready! Covid lockdown certainly gives you more time to do things like this! Over this time Josh had also been propagating carnivorous plants. When Josh showed us, we were amazed!  We worked together on the final touches, and before we knew it, our website was online! Now we have hundreds of plants and are hoping to keep this business afloat until we are adults! We have sold lots of plants, and have created our own YouTube channel. We hope to help more people learn about these fascinating plants. Making this website has helped us work as a team even better, and we’ve had to put our skills to the test and problem solve as we go. That’s been a good challenge in lockdown! We hope that together, our company will live forever. It has been a great experience, going into the world of business, and we think that more kids should be able to experience it too.

The Co-Founders of The #1 Carnivorous Plant Retailer Run By Kids!!!


CEO, Plant grower, Wholesale orderer, CP expert

Josh is a boy who LOVES playing soccer, Cristiano Ronaldo, fishing, gardening, and playing Music! He supplies some of our amazing plants and grows them by propagation and seeds and built the website during lockdown in 2021.


Plant grower, Customer contact agent, Junior CP expert

Jett supplies some of our amazing plants and tends to our customers. He helps edits parts of our website and edits/creates some of our YouTube videos. He helps with promoting our website/business.


Business Analyst

Arran is good at coming up with new interesting ideas for the website and keeps a steady head with the other boys. He helps the boys stay in check and helps with inspiring the whole team.


Statistics Calculator

Bryce is essential in keeping our business going and helps with ideas and data calculations.

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Dollars Raised for the Cerebral Palsy Alliance
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  • Rozelle NSW 2039, Australia


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