Tom’s Carnivores

I sell limited quantities of rare and beautiful Nepenthes pitcher plants, raised for sale in my personal greenhouse. This includes a mixture of seed-grown species and hybrids.

*November 2019: Closed for winter*

Thanks for your interest in buying from Tom's Carnivores. I'm now closed for winter, but check back in March 2020 for lots more rare and beautiful Nepenthes pitcher plants, raised for sale in my personal greenhouse. If you're looking for other genera (such as Venus flytraps), I suggest you instead check out my list of recommend nurseries.

Postage costs £6 via first class signed-for delivery in the UK, and is free for orders over £60. Delivery to the EU costs £12. All major credit cards are accepted as well as PayPal. I usually dispatch plants the Monday following receipt of your order. You'll receive notification as soon as your plants have been posted. More information is available here.

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Nepenthes Species For Sale

1. A pitcher on the exact plant which is for sale.

Nepenthes boschiana

Nepenthes boschiana is a lovely dark-pitchered species from Borneo. For sale here is a form which originates in the Meratus Mountains in South Kalimantan. This is a small seed-grown specimen. ... Read more

1. A pitcher on a typical sale plant.

Nepenthes macrophylla

Nepenthes macrophylla is a truly spectacular and very rare highland species native to Borneo. It has a vicious toothy peristome, tough woody pitchers, and distinctively large, thick leaves. The third ... Read more

1. A pitcher on the sale plant.

Nepenthes mira

Nepenthes mira is a beautiful plant from the island of Palawan in the Philippines. It’s somewhat similar to the famous N. rajah in appearance and produces huge leaves with large, ... Read more

1. A pitcher on the sale plant.

Nepenthes palawanensis

Originating from the island of Palawan in the Philippines, Nepenthes palawanensis was discovered in 2010 and is amongst the largest of all Nepenthes species. It has striking red leaves and ... Read more

1. A pitcher on a typical small sale plant.

Nepenthes platychila

Nepenthes platychila is a unique species from the Hose Mountains in Sarawak, Borneo. Like N. eymae and N. vogelii, its upper pitchers are dramatically different from its lower pitchers and ... Read more

1. The parent plants, photographed in Christian's greenhouse.

Nepenthes veitchii ‘Candy’ x ‘Yamada’

Christian Klein’s horticultural forms of N. veitchii are famous in the CP community, and for good reason. This is one of his most exciting creations to date: his candy striped ... Read more

1. A pitcher on a typical sale plant.

Nepenthes veitchii ‘Murud striped’ x ‘Yellow peristome’

A horticultural seed-grown Nepenthes veitchii grex from Christian Klein. The seed parent is his fantastically stripy ‘Gunung Murud’ form of the species, shown in the third photo. This is a ... Read more


Nepenthes Hybrids For Sale

1. A pitcher on mature plant, grown by Konrad Kutter.

Nepenthes glandulifera x veitchii ‘Candy’

This is an extremely promising seed-grown hybrid produced by Christian Klein. The large, attractive, hairy pitchers of Nepenthes glandulifera paired with Christian’s stunning candy-striped Nepenthes veitchii should make for a ... Read more

1. A mature specimen of this same cross grown by a friend.

Nepenthes maxima ‘Wavy Leaf’ x veitchii ‘Candy’

An exciting recreation of N. x tiveyi, a spectacular hybrid from the Victorian era of Nepenthes horticulture. This is a seed grown cross from Christian Klein - the mother is ... Read more

1. Pitcher on a mature specimen, pictured in Christian's greenhouse.

Nepenthes mollis x veitchii ‘striped’

This beautiful cross is one of Christian Klein’s most popular hybrids. The mother plant is Nepenthes mollis (formerly known as Nepenthes hurrelliana), famous for its elongated neck and striking peristome ... Read more

1. A pitcher on a typical medium-sized sale plant.

Nepenthes platychila x lowii

This is a very promising seed-grown cross. Both parents are known to produce great hybrid offspring so these should be fantastic when fully grown. You can see a photo of ... Read more

1. The parent plants: N. platychila and a red striped N. veitchii.

Nepenthes platychila x veitchii

This is a hybrid I’ve been trying to find for a long time! The reverse cross - N. veitchii x platychila - is one of the best plants in my ... Read more

1. A mature specimen of this same cross grown by Erez Feuer.

Nepenthes spathulata x edwardsiana

This one needs no introduction! It’s an incredible cross of which I have only 1 available, so don’t miss out. The mature specimen pictured is expertly grown by Erez Feuer. ... Read more

1. A pitcher on a mature plant, grown by Drew at Carnivero.

Nepenthes spathulata x lowii

A beautiful seed-grown hybrid. The large, robust pitchers of N. spathulata paired with the always-great hybrid parent N. lowii makes for a winning combination. The first image shows a mature ... Read more

1. A pitcher on a typical sale plant.

Nepenthes thorelii x hamata

An unusual hybrid with great colouration from Christian Klein. The leaves vary from green to red, and the pitchers are typically orange upon opening before darkening to a nice burgundy ... Read more

1. A characteristic pitcher on an adult plant.

Nepenthes ventricosa x lowii ‘red’

This is a fantastic hybrid between the easy-to-grow highlander Nepenthes ventricosa and the beautifully bizarre Nepenthes lowii. Also known as N. x briggsiana, this cross is a fast grower which ... Read more