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The pitcher plants of Asia, the Nepenthes, grow pitchers from the ends of the leaves
The pitcher plants of America, the Sarracenia, grow pitchers up from the roots

A pitcher plant is a carnivorous plant (also called as Insectivorous plant). Carnivorous plants are plants that eat insects and other small animals. Carnivorous plants grow in soil that has little nitrogen. All living things must have nitrogen. Carnivorous plants get nitrogen from the insects they eat.

Pitcher of the pitcher plant is actually a modified leaf. The apex of the leaf is the lid.  view more...

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