Carnivorous plants are an important part of the identity of the little plant company and certainly one of regional notoriety. Jason began growing them in 1999 and what began as a hobby, quickly became an obsessive passion. After discovering that they were actually hardy, not tropical; that opened the floodgates for what became known as container bog gardening. The combination of pitcher plants, or Sarracenia, and their companions; like orchids and gentians, have proven to be both aesthetically beautiful but also hardy, reliable, and fantastically unusual. After creating the largest above ground bog in North America in 2008, Jason has continued growing and hybridizing pitcher plants into the present day. They still remain plants of special interest with all of our clients, colleagues and friends.