While triggerplants are proto-carnivorous at best (the glandular trichomes that cover the scape and flower can trap, kill, and digest small insects with protease enzymes produced by the plant), they still have a WICKED way of applying pollen to their pollinators! These plants are native to Australia, and have an interesting 'column' with pollen located at the tip. When a pollinator flies up to get to the flower's nectar, this column SNAPS over, depositing the pollen on the insect. AWESOME!! They can also be grown in acidic soil - just like carnivores - and can make neat companion plants in a bog garden. All our plants are shipped potted and ready to grow for you to reduce stress!