Carnivorous Plant Identification Cards

Do your carnivorous plants keep dying?

It’s not your fault.

The fact is, most people don’t know that carnivorous plants need specific care. What works for one carnivorous plant may kill another.

Unless you know for sure what they need you’ll end up in a vicious cycle.

You’ll buy new carnivorous plants to grow your collection and make your house look amazing. The carnivorous plants may do well for a while but end up dying.

You’ll end up wondering what went wrong and may even be embarrassed when your wife or husband asks if yet another plant has made its permanent residence in the trash.

Having this specific care information about the individual needs of your succulents will break that cycle. You’ll stop killing succulents because you’ll know that your Jade has different needs than your cute baby cactus.

I totally get it, because I’ve been there…

Hey there! I’m Josh. I’ve spent the last 3 years trying to figure this out for myself and make it work. And now, I have this colorful, thriving indoor carnivorous plant garden that my family and I enjoy seeing in the living room daily.My daughter, aged 12, has even started asking about if she can add her own carnivorous plant to the mix.

But there was a time my wife told me I shouldn’t buy any more carnivorous plants unless I was actually going to keep them alive.

Yup… it was bad. I was s-t-r-u-g-g-l-i-n-g.

Sound familiar?

I finally discovered (almost 3 years in) that not all carnivorous plants are created equal.

Some of mine were thriving, but others were a disaster and I couldn’t figure out why. I was caring for them the way I was “supposed to”.But… what works for one, can kill another.

Each carnivorous plant has different needs when it comes to lighting, water, and temperature. Once you know those differences for your plants, keeping them alive becomes dramatically easier.

This specific care information for individual varieties is exactly what’s included in our Types of Carnivorous Plant ID Cards.

The set of digital cards covers over 150 different species. Each has a card that provides information on:

The cards are easily worth at least $1 each. A new succulent might cost you anywhere from $3-5. Maybe more if you’re getting a more rare variety.And if you add up all the ones that have died (or may potentially die) because you weren’t sure what they needed…For me, (I’m embarrassed to admit) that was hundreds of dollars.I absolutely don’t want you to waste the money, time and succulents that I did.That’s why I’ve put together this set of succulent ID cards with specific care information forJust $19.99And you don’t have to wait for anything to come in the mail.Once your purchase is complete, you can immediately download the full set of cards. Or, pick and choose the ones you want to know more about.
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These digital cards are a convenient 4×6″ size so you can easily print them if you’d like. They’ll fit into a traditional photo album.Ways you can use these cards:

You can download the cards all as a group or pick and choose the ones you want to learn about now.These cards are a great reference in identifying succulents you own, succulents you see around town, or succulents you see online. You can quickly find out where a particular plant should be grown — full sun, indoor, etc.
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