These plants definitely do not look like your ordinary garden plant. However, the good news is they’re completely hardy. They’ll fascinate children too, as they get their plant food by trapping flies and spiders in their elongated openings!
With their attractive, shades of red markings they’re a great addition to the spooky Halloween garden. With this in mind, remember they need almost permanently damp soil so you might want to keep them in containers with a layer of sphagnum moss around the top of the container because this will hold on to the moisture.
Also, remember to always water them with rain or distilled water as they hate alkaline soil or water.