derbyensis hasnt done well for me either...so far, im 0 for 2.
your stuff looks pretty nice! thanks for sharing!
My derbyensis survive but they are small and really lanky, not what they should look like. I am holding out hope that they will do better during the warm summers we have here.
Inspiring collection you have there!
"Blessed are the cracked….
For they are the ones who let in the light."
I took a few more photos:
D. capensis "typical":
Cephalotus looks like it got hold of some lipstick:
N. veitchii with a little bit of banding:
This one is of the nectar secreting protuberance underneath the lid but it did not quite turn out:
I also took some better photos of my setup:
WOW. I had to scroll back up to remind myself who the grower of such a beautiful spread was. Very nice.
I was taking some photos during my tryptophan induced torpor and some of them turned out:
A bad photo of D. regia but I like seeing the sessile glands:
A D. regia leaf unfurling:
I have not yet shown any Utricularia in this thread and my seedgrown longifolia are looking good:
N. veitchii is drooling a little bit, just like me at christmas dinner:
Super collection and incredible photos! Thanks so much for sharing!
Awesome collection and shots Peatmoss and your sundews are beautiful!
Thanks! You should see the plants I don't show, much more horticultural mediocrity going on off screen ladies and gentlemen.
D. ordensis never fails:
My first Pinguicula propagation success, P. cyclosecta:
D. paradoxa is also quite nice:
P. gigantea is my favorite ping by far, very tough:
Sphagnum growing in with some D. adelae, this sp does well in lowland conditions but I believe it is a temperate species:
D. adelae, my favorite dew to photograph since it has so much dew all the time: