Red fern natural history books

I would highly recommend the books published by Red fern natural history! They have a huge selection of carnivorous plant books ranging from nepenthes, to sundews, as well as just all carnivorous plants to specific areas. I’ve bought quite a few and I must say they are definitely worth looking into :)

http://www.redfernnaturalhistory.com/
 

Dean

Sprout
I also agree with the above. I suggest that you buy them via NHBS instead of direct from RedFern to save on shipping (pretty substantial if you are buying more than one book).
 
I also agree with the above. I suggest that you buy them via NHBS instead of direct from RedFern to save on shipping (pretty substantial if you are buying more than one book).
I believe Redfern’s website actually has a deal on right now for Christmas, free shipping until January 1st!
 

VarunA

Carnivore
I agree with everyone here. I have bought all the Red Fern books. They are a must-have for any CP addict. I love the scientific format and succinct information. Red fern now ship through NHBS...so their shipping is better priced.
 

Roger

Seed
As a book geek im looking for practical CP books. Does anyone recommend The savage garden? Any other books? Are there any decent e books?
 

VarunA

Carnivore
As a book geek im looking for practical CP books. Does anyone recommend The savage garden? Any other books? Are there any decent e books?
I like it Roger. The new edition is definitely worth adding to your collection. There aren't too many books on cultivation. I think this is definitely a good start point.
 

Roger

Seed
Thanks VarunA. I downloaded the kindle version. It takes a long time to get to the point but I'm glad I got it.
 
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