Very few botanical gardens possess such a comprehensive display of carnivorous plants. This ecologically defined group of plants is represented in the wild by only 500 species approximately.
These plants originate from differing parts of the world and differing climates and belong also to plant families that are almost unrelated to one another. Their cultivation presents a difficult problem for the gardener. Some of the plants belong to the most difficult species in the collections of the Botanical Garden and certain species represented are the most rare plant species on our planet.
Now the carnivores are in excellent condition, as can be seen in the pictures taken today.
We thank the Liberec Botanical Garden for the photos and text