what is the best green house i can make for my red pitcher plant?

 the green house needs to be easy and not messy. This type of plant needs a special type of soil to live in.

FYI: I moved your question from Outside>Bikes to Living>Gardening. Hopefully you'll get more responses here. Addressing the question, pitcher plants are carnivorous plants, will you be providing food? Because inside a green house, bugs will have trouble getting to it. Simple green houses can be made out of most anything clear, depending on how large your plant is. A clear storage bin could do the trick if it's on the bigger side. Putting the plant in a tray with supports to hold up plastic wrap can work well, too.
iPodGuy7 years ago
Check out my self-watering plant pot instructable.  There's a mini-greenhouse step that I used for venus flytraps.
What kind of pitcher plant do you have exactly?  Nepenthes or Sarracenia?  If you're not sure, take a picture for identification.  Where do you live?  Or what zone do you live in?  Sarracenia can come from such exotic places as New Jersey and will actually require a dormant season in general.  Nepenthes can be overwintered inside the house with a few extra provisions.
lemonie7 years ago
Greenhouses rely on sunlight - where do you live?
Is this already in the special soil in a pot and what do the instructions say (if that is the case)?