Lovecraft's Garden
Sarracenia purpurea
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Sarracenia purpurea

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Dionaea muscipula ‘angel wings’
Huh. Angel wings. That’s cute and all, but I would have named this particular cultivar ‘vagina dentata’. Because I have a sense of humor- and I’m calling this one like it is.
Seriously though, it’s easy to see why this isn’t terribly popular…
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Dionaea muscipula ‘angel wings’

Huh. Angel wings. That’s cute and all, but I would have named this particular cultivar ‘vagina dentata’. Because I have a sense of humor- and I’m calling this one like it is.

Seriously though, it’s easy to see why this isn’t terribly popular…

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Heliamphora ceracea
Dear carnivorous plant, you are not allowed to be prettier than I am. I don’t think that’s fair. Love, a 22 year old genetically graced woman, Alicia.
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Heliamphora ceracea

Dear carnivorous plant, you are not allowed to be prettier than I am. I don’t think that’s fair. Love, a 22 year old genetically graced woman, Alicia.

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Heliamphora tatei
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Heliamphora tatei

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Nepenthes lowii
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Nepenthes lowii

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Nepenthes bicalcarata
Awww, I got more followers in my absence! Thanks guys!Well the good news is, I graduated. So hopefully, I’ll be back.
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Nepenthes bicalcarata

Awww, I got more followers in my absence! Thanks guys!

Well the good news is, I graduated. So hopefully, I’ll be back.

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Nepenthes macrophylla
Oh hay tumblr. How’s it going? I was going to post some stuff the other day while I was stuck on a train but the wifi was shit so that didn’t happen. Anyway, I’m back.
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Nepenthes macrophylla

Oh hay tumblr. How’s it going? I was going to post some stuff the other day while I was stuck on a train but the wifi was shit so that didn’t happen. Anyway, I’m back.

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Darlingtonia californica
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Darlingtonia californica

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Darlingtonia california
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Darlingtonia california

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Darlingtonia california
There is a hole under the hood, which the fly goes into, drawn by the smell. Once in, it is unable to find the hole again, instead flying repeatedly into the windowed ceiling of the plant, where it eventually exhausts itself and falls into the digestive enzymes below. How evil. Oh nature.
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Darlingtonia california

There is a hole under the hood, which the fly goes into, drawn by the smell. Once in, it is unable to find the hole again, instead flying repeatedly into the windowed ceiling of the plant, where it eventually exhausts itself and falls into the digestive enzymes below. How evil. Oh nature.

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