Carnivorous Plants

Carnivorous plants have taken a different route than most other plants. Typically inhabiting nutrient poor soil, carnivorous plants rely on catching other organisms (typically insects or other arthropods) for nutrients. Canivorous plants are found the world over, and consist of over 600 species. Carnivorous plants are fascinating to keep and are worth of a vivarium all to themselves. Josh's Frogs does not recommend keeping carnivorous plants with frogs.

All plants sold by Josh's Frogs are guaranteed to be pesticide and fertilizer free. We grow our plants indoors, away from pests and wild animals that could contaminate plants. Josh's Frogs takes all possible steps to insure that every plant we sell is perfectly safe for use with animals. Josh's Frogs recommends washing all plants with dechlorinated room temperature water before planting.

Not sure how to properly care for or plant your live terrarium plants? Check out Josh's Frogs care articles on how to care for live terrarium plants in a vivarium by clicking here.

Josh's Frogs strongly recommends that live terrarium plants are used in conjunction with our Naturalistic Vivarium Substrates, in order to create an ideal habitat that both live terrarium plants and animals can thrive.