Nice N. alata! I love the red spotted forms.
Me too. They look nothing like standard alata but, they are awesome ! Sort of reminds me of tentaculata or Sp. 1. (nigra ?).
Everything looks awesome!
So that is what I have, Utricularia macrohiza, been wondering what kind it was growing in one of my water garden barrels.
Love the spotted alata and the raised bogs. My bog looks much the same right now, but slowly waking up.
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Any idea if your alata is supposed to be (t) form from EP? That's what I received as a beheaded rust infected nightmare from a crappy nursery ... I mean "precious stock plant (that) was used to fill your order" that was it...
But after a year it has a couple nice pitchers and it has the furry tendrils like yours.
'Bogs look great! N. alata is on my 'someday' list. I like to see lots of pitchers on a plant.
A cold one that is not cold is scarcely a one at all. - SB
Gave the bogs their spring haircut this morning.
Sarracenia flava flava flower.
Sarracenia X 'Doreen's Colossus' getting ready to open.
Utricularia inflata starting to bloom.
A very hungry Drosophyllum lusitanicum.
Brocchinia reducta loving it outside.
New Nepenthes burbidgeae X edwardsiana pitcher.
Nepenthes X 'Miranda', freshly opened upper.
Heliamphora heterodoxa X minor. This thing is unstoppable.
Nepenthes veitchii - 'Pink'. This plant grows much faster as a highlander rather than the lowlander I was told it was.
Nepenthes jamban opened up a pitcher this morning.