The Irish peatland is home to many carnivorous plants, but their home is quickly dissapearing due to the removal(mining)of peat for garden uses. If you examine all the bags of compost on earth, you would have to conclude that all plants are bog plants. If we don't act fast, there may be no native carnivorous plants left in Ireland. Since I live in Ireland, I may hold a biest opinion, so I need to know your opinion.
Before you decide wether or not the Irish peatland is worth saving, visit ahttp://www.google.ie/url?q=http://www.ipcc.ie/a-to-z-peatlands/carnivorous-plants-killers-in-the-bog/&sa=U&ei=lqWnUvnSEsSShgfgDg&ved=0CAsQFjAA&usg=AFQjCNFHZW0DHbdGS9xVmtbfbgqMawBwvg