PJ-Plants Catalogue List 2020

 

 

Here is our revised Carnivorous Plant Catalogue for 2020.

 

We have intergrated our Plant Heritage National Collection of Sarracenia Accession Codes into our price catalogue, as to improve our service to you. They are the codes in the red brackets - (AL 01). Would all customers please use these when ordering.

 

All plants are sold in pots & mature (4/5 yr old) unless stated. Outside UK plants are sent bareroot.

 

 

All Plants available from March onwards.

 

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Cephalotus follicularis (Albany / West Australian Pitcher Plant)

Cephalotus follicularis
........................................................................................10.00 Mature 

Darlingtonia californica (Cobra Lily)
Available from May onwards.

Young plants 2-3yr, 10cm pot grown.
........................................................................................8.00 
Mature plants 4-5yr, 1lt pot grown.
........................................................................................16.00
Large specimens are available for collection only. 

Dionaea muscipula (Venus Fly Trap)

Dionaea muscipula Standard clone
........................................................................................4.50
Dionaea muscipula Large Standard clone
........................................................................................5.00
Dionaea muscipula 'Red Trap' (small plant)
........................................................................................4.00
Dionaea muscipula 'Red Trap' (Mature plant)
........................................................................................6.50
Dionaea muscipula 'Heterodoxa'
........................................................................................4.50
Dionaea muscipula 'Upright form'
........................................................................................4.00 

Dionaea muscipula 'Akai Ryu'
........................................................................................6.50

Drosera (Sundew)

(T) = Grows well in a terrarium

Drosera aliciae
........................................................................................5.00 
Drosera hamiltonii
........................................................................................6.00 
Drosera capensis
........................................................................................4.50
Drosera capensis 'Albino'
........................................................................................4.50
Drosera capensis 'Red Form'
........................................................................................5.00   
Drosera slackii - Vivid red rosettes 
........................................................................................6.00 

Thread Leaved Sundew

Drosera filiformis Var. filiformis
........................................................................................5.00
Drosera filiformis Var. tracyii 
........................................................................................6.00 

Giant Fork Leaved Sundews

Drosera binata 'T' form, New Zealand 
........................................................................................5.00
Drosera binata Otaki Forks, New Zealand
........................................................................................6.00  
Drosera binata Var. dichotoma
........................................................................................6.00
Drosera binata Var. multifida
........................................................................................5.00
Drosera binata Var. multifida 'Pink flower'
........................................................................................5.00 
Drosera binata Var. multifida forma extrema - Slack Original
........................................................................................6.00 
Drosera X 'Marston Dragon'
........................................................................................6.00 

Native Drosera (Hardy Sundew)

Drosera rotundifolia
........................................................................................6.00
Drosera intermedia
........................................................................................6.00  
Drosera X hybrida (filiformis X intermedia)
........................................................................................5.00  

Pygmy Drosera (Austrailian Miniture Sundew) 

A selection of varieties available, from May-Sept. Please
contact us for details.

 

Pinguicula (Butterwort)

This year we have limited stock, please email us for details.
 

 

Utricularia (Bladderwort) 
 
Utricularia bisquamata
........................................................................................5.00 
Utricularia bisquamata 'Bettys Bay'
........................................................................................5.00 
Utricularia livida
........................................................................................5.00 
Utricularia prehensilis
........................................................................................5.00 

Utricularia sandersonii
........................................................................................5.00 
Utricularia sandersonii 'Blue Flower'
........................................................................................5.00
Utricularia subulata
........................................................................................5.00 

Sarracenia Species (North American Pitcher Plant)

 

Sarracenia alata (AL 01)
Typical form,12-15" (30-40cm) high. Creamy white flowers.
........................................................................................8.00

Sarracenia flava Var. flava (F FL 01)
Typical form, 12-18" (30-45cm) high, with cool yellow pitchers, and large yellow flowers. Hardy.
........................................................................................8.00
Sarracenia flava Var. flava C.V. Slacks Maxima (F FL 02)
Huge yellow pitchers with a red blotch in the throat. 30-36" (80-90cm) high, slightly different shaped heads. Hardy.
........................................................................................14.00
Sarracenia flava Var. cuprea North Carolina (F CU 01)
Copper lid form, 12-15" (30-45cm) high, Hardy.
........................................................................................10.00
Sarracenia flava Var. ornata (F OR 01)
Heavily veined form, 15-20" (45-50cm) high, Hardy.
........................................................................................10.00

Sarracenia leucophylla (L 01)
White pitchers, with red veining, 2.5' (80cm+) high, large red scented flowers - Slack original
........................................................................................10.00

Sarracenia minor (M 01)
Hooded pitcher plant, 6-8" (15-20cm) high, pitcher lids over-hang opening
........................................................................................9.00
Sarracenia minor Var. okeefenokensis (M OK 01)
Giant form, 12-24" (30-60cm) high, (small 3yr old plants)
........................................................................................12.00

Sarracenia oreophila (O 01)
Typical form, 24" (60cm) high, scented yellow/green flowers.
Similar to S. flava in apperance, very rare in the wild.
........................................................................................9.00  

Sarracenia purpurea Subsp. purpurea (PP 01)
Northern Huntsman's Cap, 6-8" (15-18cm) high, deep red flowers. Hardy
........................................................................................8.00
Sarracenia purpurea Subsp. venosa Var. venosa (PV 01)
Southern Huntsman's Cap, 6-8" (15-18cm) high, frilly hoods, rare. Hardy.
........................................................................................8.00

 

Sarracenia rubra Subsp. rubra (RR 01)
Sweet Trumpet, typical form, 8-12" (20-30cm) high, red scented flowers.
........................................................................................8.00

Rare Forms of Sarracenia Species

Sarracenia flava Var. cuprea Slack 1987 (F CU 02)
Stunning plant in spring.
........................................................................................10.00
Sarracenia flava Var. rugelii Milton, Florida. (F RUG 01)
Red blotch on picther throat, 18-24" (45-60cm) high.
........................................................................................10.00
Sarracenia flava Var. rugelii North Florida (F RUG 02)
Smaller grower, very pretty.
........................................................................................10.00
Sarraecnia flava Var. maxima North Carolina. (F MA 01)
Giant, all yellow/green form, up to 3' (90-100cm) high. Large yellow flowers.
........................................................................................9.00

Sarracenia flava Var. flava cv. Marston Dwarf (F FL 03)
1987 original stock divisions. Very limited stock
........................................................................................10.00
Sarracenia flava Var. flava Prince George Co. Virginia. (F FL 04)
Thiner pitchers with a slight wavey hood, 18-24" (45-60cm) high.
Original site now thought to be distroyed.
........................................................................................10.00
Sarracenia flava 'Bronze Blush' (F FL 05)
Vigorous, tall with coppery tops.
........................................................................................12.00 
Sarracenia flava Var. ornata Bay Co. Florida. (F OR 03)
Heavily veined in upper pitchers, 15-20" (45-50cm) high. Rare.
........................................................................................12.00
Sarraracenia flava Var. ornata Apalachicola, Florida (F OR 02)
Seedling 1991. Good strong form.
........................................................................................12.00 


Sarracenia flava Var. rubricorpora cv. Burgundy (F RUB 01)
A Slack division 1987 - superb.
........................................................................................15.00
Sarracenia flava Var. rubricorpora cv. Claret (F RUB 02)
1987 Slack division. Stunning form.
........................................................................................15.00 Limited Stock 
Sarracenia flava Var. rubricorpora ex. J. Ainsworth (F RUB 06)
Another deep red form.
........................................................................................12.00
Sarracenia flava Var. rigelii Prince George Co. (F Rug 03)
Red sploge on back of lid, tall grower.
........................................................................................14.00
Sarracenia flava Var. rubricorpora (F RUB 05)
Great red form
........................................................................................14.00 

Sarracenia leucophylla Perdido, Alabama. (L 04)
Up to 30" (60-70cm) high, Tall ruby red flowers.
........................................................................................12.00
Sarracenia leucophylla ex. J. Ainsworth (L 05)
A really good red and white pitcher form. Vigorous. 20-24" (50-60cm).
........................................................................................10.00
Sarracenia leucophylla ex. M. King (L 09)
A tall elegant form with broader pitchers and strong red veining with white colour comming through on the hood. 30-40" (75-100cm). Large flowers.
........................................................................................12.00 Limited Stock 
Sarracenia leucophylla  'Tarnok' (L 11)
Double flower very unusual.
........................................................................................12.00

Sarracenia leucophylla 'Green form' Milton Co. (L 03)
Good colouring, tall grower very showy pitchers.
........................................................................................12.00 

Sarracenia minor, Waycross, Georgia (M 02)
Hooded pitcher plant, 6-8" (15-20cm) high, pitcher lids over-hang opening
........................................................................................9.00
Sarracenia minor, Pine Mountain, Georgia (M 03)
Hooded pitcher plant, 6-8" (15-20cm) high, pitcher lids over-hang opening
........................................................................................10.00
Sarracenia minor Var. okeefenokeensis, Deeland Florida (M OK 03)
Can grow to 30"+ (75cm+) in time.
........................................................................................15.00
Sarracenia minor Var. okeefenokeensis, Waycross Georgia (M OK 02)
Stout pitchers 18-24" (45-60cm).
........................................................................................12.00

Sarracenia oreophila (O 02)
Nice bushy form, well defined pitchers, 24" (60cm) high.
........................................................................................10.00
Sarracenia oreophila Sand Mt. Georgia. (O 03)
Nice bushy form, well defined pitchers, 24" (60cm) high. Very Rare.
........................................................................................10.00
Sarracenia oreophila Boaz Form, ex. J. Ainsworth (O 04)
New for 2008
........................................................................................12.00

Sarracenia purpurea Subsp. purpurea, Lake Huron, Canada (PP 02)
Northan Huntsman's Cap, 6-8" (15-18cm) high, Very Hardy.
........................................................................................10.00


 

Sarracenia Hybrids, Small - Medium 6-12" (15-30cm) high.

S. alata Red Lid X flava rubricorpora dwarf form (H81)
Striking colours, an excellent hybrid.
........................................................................................10.00 


S.X catesbyi (H 08)
(S. flava X S. purpurea)
Green bushy form, wide upright hoods, dark pink flowers. Hardy
........................................................................................8.00
S.X catesbyi 'Red Form' (H09)
(S. flava 'Red pitcher' X S. purpurea Subsp. venosa)
Vigorous grower, with vivid purple veins in pitcher, chocolate pink flowers. Hardy
........................................................................................10.00
S.X catesbyi 'Heterophylla' (H11A)
(S. flava Var. maxima X S. purpurea Subsp. purpurea f. heterophylla)
Great green form, likes full light. Very hardy
........................................................................................12.00
S.X (S.X catesbyi X S. flava) (H11)
Forms large clumps, sharp veining inside pitchers with wide hoods, and large yellow flowers. Hardy
........................................................................................8.00
S.X (S.X catesbyi X S.X popei) (H12)
Orange/red pitchers, with nice veining, flared hood. Hardy
........................................................................................9.00
S.X (S.X catesbyi X S. rubra) (H13)
Low grower, with red veining and frilly hood. Hardy
........................................................................................9.00
S. X chelsonii (H14)
(S. purpurea X S. rubra)
Low growing purple veined pitchers. Hardy.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................10.00 
S. (X chelsonii) X S. flava ornata (Trevor Margetts) (H72)
Bushy, good colour and veining.
........................................................................................12.00

S. X exornata (S. alata X S. purpurea) (H16) 
Suberb red flowers & pitchers.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................12.00
Sarracenia X formosa (minor X psittacenia) (H19)
Very unusual beaked pitchers. Lovely colours of white and pink.
........................................................................................10.00

S. X 'Judy' (H21)
(S. minor X S.X excellens)
Pitchers are pink/red, with windows in the hood.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................10.00
S. X Juthatip Soper (H67)
ex Soper, Excellent colours.
........................................................................................9.00 
S. X melanorhoda (H28)
(S.X catesbyi X S. purpurea)
Pitchers are similar to S. purpurea, but longer and upright with vivid colours. Flowers are dark red. Hardy.
........................................................................................12.00
S. X minata (H29)
(S. minor X S. alata)
Good clump forming plant, with bright yellow/green pitchers, with overhanging hoods. Sulphur yellow flowers in spring.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................8.00 
S. X mitchelliana (H54)
(S. leucophylla X S. purpurea)
Upright pitchers pitted in purple, becoming red with white patterns later in summer. Vivid red flowers in April.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................9.00
S. X (S. oreophila X S. minor) (H35)
Great hybrid, bushy growth with intense colours in the hood.
........................................................................................9.00
S. oreophila X flava Claret (68) 
Super hybrid with colour and flambouyance.
........................................................................................12.00
S. X (S. purpurea Subsp. venosa X S. X popei) (H39)
Excellent purple variety, with deep veining in hoods. Hardy.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................10.00
S. X rehderi (H42)
(S. minor X S. rubra)
Clumps of pencil lined pitchers, with coppery red hoods. yellow to orange flowers.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................7.00
S. X raymondii (S. flava X catesbyi small form) (H92)   
Our own cross - good coloured compact pitchers.
........................................................................................10.00
S. X swaniana (H44)
(S. minor X S. purpurea)
Short purple swan necked pitchers, with a rounded hood. Red flowers in April. Hardy.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................8.00 

Sarracenia Hybrids, Medium - Tall 12-30" 30-70+cm) high.

S. X ahlsii (H01)
(S. rubra X S. alata 'Red Throat')
Similar to a large S. rubra, with more veining in the hood. Plum/red flowers.
........................................................................................8.00
S. alata 'Red Lid' X flava 'Burgundy' (H83)
Lovery tall red pitchers great variety.
........................................................................................12.00
S. alata X flava Red Lid (H79)
Excellent form.
........................................................................................10.00 
S. X (S. alata X S. flava Var. flava CV. 'Maxima') (H02)
Very tall hybrid, with yellow pitchers and veined hoods. Large yellow flowers in spring. Hardy.
........................................................................................9.00
S. X (S. alata X S. orephila) (H03)
Graceful hybrid, with yellow/green pitchers. Lime flowers early in spring.
........................................................................................8.00
S. X (S. alata X S.X willisii) (H04)
Very bushy hybrid, with reddish fused pitchers throughout summer. Orange/bronze flowers in early April.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................8.00
S. X (S. alata 'Red form' X S. purpurea Subsp. venosa) (H05)
Olive/red pitchers with red hoods. Very strong grower. Hardy.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................12.00
S. X (S. alata 'Red lid' X S. flava Var. ornata) (H06)
Vigorous stunning pitchers,yellow trumpet with red on hood and throat. Large yellow flowers in spring. Hardy.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................12.00
S. X (S.X areolata X S. alata 'Red throat') (H50)
Tall pitchers, green with red veining, maturing to beautiful deep red in summer, hood are dark red. Rusty pink flowers in spring.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................10.00
S. X areolata (H07)
........................................................................................9.00 
S. X 'Brooks Hybrid' (H31)
(Possibly hybrid of S. flava Var. rugellii X S. leucophylla)
Brilliant very tall hybrid, huge hood has a red blotch at the base. Rare.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................14.00
S. X 'Daniel Rudd' (H71)
Pitchers marbled light green turning coppery chestnut. Large deep red flowers.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................15.00
S. X 'Evendine' (H15)
(S. Leucophylla X (S. flava X S. purpurea)
Golden green pitchers in spring changing to dark red in summer. Red flowers. Hardy.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................10.00
S. X excellens (H17)
(S. leucophylla X S. minor)
Overhanging hood, with fantastic red/white dappled colours. Wine red flowers in spring.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................10.00
S. X harperi (H20)
(S. flava X S. minor)
Stocky bronze/yellow pitchers. Soft yellow flowers. Hardy.
........................................................................................8.00
Sarracenia X Judith Hindle (H51)
Brilliant colours in hood.
........................................................................................12.00
S. X 'Lynda Butt' (H22)
Adrian Slack original.
........................................................................................12.00 

S. X 'Lynda butt' (H22a)
(Parentage unknown, but Adrian Slack must have used S. leucophllya forms)
Lovely hybrid, with ruffled hood edges, and diffused plum/red colour around pitcher mouth. Red flowers.
From Adrian Slacks original stock. (2nd clone) 
........................................................................................10.00
S. X (S. leucophylla X S.X moorei) (H25)
Vigorous hybrid, with large hoods and crimson veining on pitchers. Rusty red flowers.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................8.00
S. X (S. leucophylla X S. oreophila) (H26)
Pitchers are pale green with white dappling. Large reddish orange to peach flowers.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................10.00
S. X (S. leucophylla X S.X popei) (H27)
Very tall pitchers with superb spring colours and crimson netted veining. Large bronze red flowers.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................9.00
S. X (S. leucophylla X S.X readii) (H80)
Slender pitchers with strong colours in summer. Crimson flowers in May.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................8.00
S. X moorei 'Marson Clone' (H32)
(S. leucophylla X S. flava cv. maxima)
Very tall pitchers, with a whitsish mottled apperance. Large pale orange flowers.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................10.00 
S. X moorei 'Marston Mill' (H95)
A Slack selected seedling from 1982, fabulous colours in summer on hoods.
........................................................................................14.00
S. X (S.X moorei X S.X catesbyi) (H33)
Sturdy green pitchers, with dappled yellow/green hoods. Pinkish/bronze flowers.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................9.00
S. X (S.X moorei X S.X readii) (H34)
Beautifully varied red/ green pitchers. Burnt orange/bronze flowers.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................8.00
S. oreophila X S. alata 'Black Tube' ex. Ainsworth (H52)
Lovely new hybrid.
........................................................................................12.00 
S. X popei (H36)
(S. flava X S. rubra)
Very bushy hybrid, with penciled veining on pitchers and hood. small buff/orange flowers in spring.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................9.00
S. X (S.X popei X S. flava 'giant form') (H37)
Vigorous tall hybrid, with veining of S.X popei and flared hoods of S. flava. Pale orange flowers. Hardy
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................8.00
S. X readii (H40)
(S. leucophylla X S. rubra)
Upright slender richly veined pitchers, with pale marbeling in hoods. Dark red scented flowers.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................9.00
S. X (S.X readii X S.X excellens) (H41)
Similar to S.X readii but the curved hood is quite pronounced. Red flowers in april-May.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................9.00
S. X (S. rubra X S.X excellens) (H77)
Richly coloured pitchers in red/purple, and slightly flared hood. Red flowers.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................9.00
S. X Labyrinth (S. rubra Subsp. gulfensis X S.X excellens) (H46)
Resembles a huge S. leucophylla, with a large frilly gaped hood. Brick red flowers. Rare.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
........................................................................................10.00
S. X willisii (H88)
Gaped pitchers all red/pink hoods wonderful flower colour.
........................................................................................10.00
S. X (S.X willisii X S. flava) (H47)
Coral pink pitchers in spring, turning darker in summer, with flared hoods. Bright pink/mauve flowers. Hardy
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
.......................................................................................8.00
S. X (S. X willisii X S. minor Var. okeefenokeensis) (H48)
A georgeous plant with huge, very prominent hoods with purple veining.
From Adrian Slacks original stock.
.......................................................................................12.00 
 

  

Sundries

Seeds

Mixed seeds from our Nation Collection.
Generous quantity of over 200 seeds per packet.
.......................................................................................2.00 inc P&P

Carnivorous Plant Compost

Same mix of compost that we use here on at nursery. Suitable for all the plants we sell.

Large bag, 6 litres.
.......................................................................................8.00
Medium bag, 3 litres.
.......................................................................................4.00

Ornamental plastic terracotta pots 1 litre size.
.......................................................................................4.00 per 10 inc P&P 
 

  

Books

P&J Plants Growers Guide.
By, P. Gardner. A-Z of plants with drawings by Adrian Slack from his 1982 Growers Guide. Good practiacal advise, with colour photos.
.......................................................................................4.50 inc P&P
NCCPG Sarracenia
By, John & Jean Ainsworth, Excellent information on Sarracenia (North American Pitcher Plants),
with good line drawings of all species. Good little book for beginners.
.......................................................................................6.00

 

 


 

 
 

 
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