Corkscrew plants (Genlisea) are so named because of their strange, underground traps. The plant itself produces small rosettes of flat leaves on the surface of the soil. Their traps are underground and are two to six inches long. They resemble a two pronged fork or corkscrew. Tiny creatures enter the trap and are forced up the trap and into digestive chamber.
We do not currently have this plant available for sale and it is not likely to be available in the near future.