Make sure you have the correct potting medium when you receive them. For this plant, use premade succulent and cactus mix to pot and don't water the plant much. The Haworthia is a miniature succulent native to South Africa, and is one of the easiest houseplants to care for. It is characterized by its architectural structure, typically solitary columns which form in layers, though this can differ widely between varieties and even within the same species. A common Haworthia is characterized by its rosette-shaped, tightly packed leafy clusters. Some are firm, tough, and dark green, whereas other species are softer and even translucent. Those of the firm, dark green variety are typically dotted with white spots and can turn a rich hue of purple-red when exposed to full sun.
This product can be shipped. Dionaea Muscipula 'Big Mouth" This stunning cultivar is characterized by its short, horizontal leaf bases (petioles) and deep red large traps. The shorter leaves really emphasize the large traps which reach up to 2.5 cm in length! The traps turn a lipstick red with extended periods of sunlight. The beautiful plant will add a dash of color and curiosity to any carnivorous plant garden. PLEASE NOTE: All plants are sent loose/bare rooted. We take all plants from their pots and shake off the excess peat moss that they are growing in. We then wrap the roots in moist sphagnum moss. The plants are wrapped in plastic bags to keep the roots moist, with their name tags tied to each bag. All bags are then placed in a cardboard box and posted to you by Australia Post. We DO NOT ship plants in pots, so make sure you have the correct pots and potting medium to pot them when you receive them.
If shipping is ordered, It will be sent straight away unlike live plants. This naturally occurring variety is a stunning plant with contrasting colors. The throat of the pitcher turns blood red while the rest of the pitcher is yellow green. The red coloration fades into speckles up the lid and down the mouth of the pitcher. It’s no wonder it’s sometimes referred to as the ‘cut throat pitcher plant’. New pitchers are lime green turning yellowish as they mature. A unique and must have variety that is sure to impress!