Posted by: Sandy Steinman | October 14, 2020

UC – Berkeley Bot. Garden Carnivorous Plant Sale Oct. 17 & 18

Carnivorous Plant Sale Saturday & Sunday, October 17 – 18 | 9:30 – 11:30 am

Plants that eat insects? We have them! Choose from a wide variety of these fascinating, uniquely beautiful plants which grow surprisingly well in our climate. Most are best grown outdoors; others make great houseplants. Shop in person and expand your collection.

The Garden’s outstanding collection of carnivorous plants are big, beautiful and in their full fall glory! This special 2-day public sale features species that would normally have been available at the Garden’s Fall Plant Sale: Sarracenia, Nepenthes, Venus flytraps, Drosera, Darlingtonia, and Pinguicula. Enjoy these spectacular plants in their prime, before they enter their brief period of winter dormancy. Whether you’re topping off your collection or just getting started, you’ll want to stop by, check out the “savage garden,” and talk shop with our carnivore section staff. We will be there to answer your questions and get you started or help you add to your collection.

The Sale is located outside the UC Botanical Garden, just below the parking lot.
No reservation required.

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