HungryPlants

Dutch Version
Cephalotus
Hungry Plants

About Us

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Polytunnel side My wife Marjan and I live in rural Rosmalen out in the province of N. Brabant, in the south of the Netherlands, with our 17 year old daughter Christine, our 15 year old son Kasper and 9 year old Hannah.

The Sarracenia collection and hardy Drosera are currently housed in a large greenhouse and a large polytunnel. The sub-tropical Cephalotus, Drosera, Pinguicula and Ulticularia are kept in a small heated / insulated greenhouse over the winter. In addition hardy and native carnivorous plants are grown in an outdoor bog, and tropical varieties such as Nepenthes and Heliamphora, are grown and propagated in terraria, under lights, indoors.

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Keith in polytunnel      greenhouse

 

No plants are collected from the wild. All propagation is done artificially from division, rhizome cuttings or seed from artificially grown plants.
Site by Keith Wilson