One of the most intriguing carnivorous plants out there, and almost unknown to enthusiasts as well! The corkscrew plants of the genus Genlisea have minute green leaves which create a 'ground cover' and are not carnivorous. The carnivorous part of these plants are modified underground leaves, which are shaped like white corkscrews, and are hollow inside. directionally-facing hairs inside these spiral tunnels forces any unsuspecting organisms to keep moving forward, until they are ingested. Genlisea aurea is native to South America, where they grow in semi-aquatic habitats, where the modified underground leaves can find plenty of food. Price is for a 3-inch pot with a small clump of plant(s) about an inch across, which will continue to spread out and colonize over time. All our plants are shipped potted and ready to grow to reduce stress, not bareroot as you find with many other growers. Water and enjoy!