Frequently Asked Questions

Can you ship plants outside of the United States?

Due to strict customs regulations for shipping plants internationally, we can only ship plants within the United States at this time.

Can I come visit the nursery or pick up my order?

At the moment, the nursery is run from our private residence and so we cannot offer visitation or order pickup at this time. Orders must be placed through the website and shipped.

Do you offer wholesale?

Yes! Wholesale pricing is dependent on current stock availability. Please contact us with the types and quantities of plants you are interested in and we will send you a quote.

When will my order ship?

To avoid packages sitting in the post office an extra day on Sundays, live plant orders are shipped on Mondays and Wednesdays. Orders placed on Wednesdays after 8 AM EST may be held and shipped the following Monday. If a shipping day falls on a federal holiday and the post office is closed, we will ship either the following day or on the next scheduled shipping day (Monday/Wednesday).

The plant I want is out of stock, will you notify me when you have more?

The best way to stay informed about stock updates is to sign up for our Inventory Updates Newsletter and follow us on Facebook and Instagram. We regularly announce new and restocked plants through these channels.

Where can I learn more about caring for my carnivorous plants?

The specific growing requirements for the carnivorous plants listed on our website are located on the corresponding product page under the “Additional Information” tab. A copy of our planting and adjustment instructions is included with each shipment as well.

For additional care information, we recommend checking out our Resource page and Carnivorous Plant Information Resources post.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us with questions as well!

What grow lights do you recommend?

Plant lighting is a complex topic and there are multiple factors involved with choosing a light that will work best for your setup. To help with this, we recommend checking out our 3-part article series on light for carnivorous plants:

I don’t see my question listed.

Please contact us with any additional questions you might have, we’re happy to help!