seriously diverse and well grown collection,ito your skills
The summer was a little rough on them, mine way worse than yours. They're both still doing well though. I had to move mine out of the tent due to it's monstrous size so, it's now a house plant. Let me know when you get set up and I'll ship your monster out to you.
Such excellent-looking plants! In particular congrats on all those happy little D. hilaris seedlings.
A cold one that is not cold is scarcely a one at all. - SB
Thanks Mark ! And thanks again for the seeds I used to make all those happy little hilaris seedlings !
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Drosera x anglica
Drosera x beleziana
Sarracenia rubra gulfensis - Ancestral Form
Sarracenia rubra rubra - Green Swamp
Sarracenia x 'Edojiman'
Sarracenia oreophila X x'Leah Wilkerson'
Pinguicula sp. Sumidero II
Heliamphora hetrodoxa x minor
Heliamphora tatei var. tatei
Nepenthes fusca - Sarawak Red
Nepenthes lowii - Mt. Trusmadi - BE
Nepenthes veitchii - "Pink" - Male inflorescence
Nepenthes villosa - Seed Grown Plant from Mt. Tambuyukon - Relatively unaffected by recent stretches of 90 degree + days.
The villosa is looking great! Could you post a pic of the teeth on its traps? I would love to see them.