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    The bog. A bit battered after last weeks storms.


    Sarracenia x 'Kilamanjaro'



    Sarracenia x 'Leah Wilkerson'


    Sarracenia purpurea var. montana


    Sarracenia x umlauftiana


    Sarracenia x 'Reptilian Rose'


    Sarracenia leucophylla - Hurricane Creek White


    Sarracenia oreophila - Alabama


    Sarracenia oreophila x X 'Leah Wilkerson'


    Sarracenia flava rubricorpora x X 'Leah Wilkerson'



    Sarracenia flava "Chocolate Top" x flava "Don's Red Tube"


    The "PNW Pot" with Darlingtonia californica - Siskyou Mountains, Drosera rotundifolia - Skagitt Co, Drosera x anglica - Washington and soon to be Pinguicula macroceras in the open space in the front. Darlingtonia is not the easiest plant to grow in New England but, here's the proof that it can be done with minimal extra effort.





    Another group of plants starting to occupy my obsession.....The Ant Plants.

    Hydnophytum formicarum


    Cephalotus follicularis "Hummer's Giant". I really need to change the bulbs above the Cephs.


    A couple of the tuberous Drosera are stubbornly refusing to go dormant:

    Drosera porrecta - Southern Form


    Drosera aff. stolonifera - Mini Hills Form


    Drosera graomogolensis


    Drosera spiralis: The leaves are now about 12" long.


    Drosera tomentosa var. tomentosa


    Pinguicula rectifolia


    Pinguicula moctezumae



    Pinguicula sp. Pachuca


    Heliamphora uncinata


    Heliamphora collina


    Heliamphora minor


    Heliamphora tatei


    Nepenthes eymae x (stenophylla x lowii) - Emmi Kurosawas plant currently in my care.



    Nepenthes x trusmadiensis - BE Clone 1 - Opened up this morning.


    Nepenthes lowii x ephippiata



    Nepenthes x briggsiana 'Peter D'Amato'


    Nepenthes bokorensis


    Nepenthes bongso - Gunung Merapi


    Nepenthes boschiana - Opened this morning.


    An older N.boschiana pitcher.


    Nepenthes densiflora


    Nepenthes clipeata


    Nepenthes fallax


    Nepenthes fusca - Sarawak Red



    Nepenthes glandulifera



    Nepenthes hamata - BE #3495



    Nepenthes hirsuta - Kuching Spotted


    Nepenthes lingulata - Seed Grown


    Nepenthes longifolia - Seed Grown


    Nepenthes mikei


    Nepenthes muluensis


    Nepenthes murudensis ( x murudensis ?)


    Nepenthes ovata


    Nepenthes reinwardtiana - Mt. Kinabalu


    Nepenthes tentaculata - Mt. Kinabalu

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    I love the reinwardtiana and can't wait for the longifolia to get bigger. Is that tuberous sundew still growing, or is it just not wilting?

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    The 2 that are still up are recent imports from late last winter. Sometimes it takes them a while to go down the first year.

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    killlerrrr

    It's funny about the ant plants becoming a new obsession. I'm feeling the same way.

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    Yeah, real botanical curiosities. I was recently given an instant collection of them and the acquisition has definitely opened a dark door.

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    Really? I've got a few Lecanopteris, but there are some Myrmecodia and Hydnophytum that I may begin to pursue (M. lamii for example). There aren't too many that show up on ebay, but the ones that do look like decent specimens.

    A forum dedicated to these types of plants actually sprung up recently. You may want to check it out http://myrmecodia.invisionzone.com/

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    Cool new pics Johnny!

    Thanks for the ant plant forum link Mato!

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    I stumbled across that forum a few weeks ago. There are some great in situ shots of various species on there.

    So far for ant plants I've got:

    Hydnophytum formicarum - Horne Form
    Hydnophytum moseleyanum
    Hydnophytum simplex

    Lecanopteris carnosa
    Lecanopteris sinuosa

    Myrmecodia sp. ?
    Myrmecodia sp. - Pink Fruit
    Myrmecodia platyrea ssp. antoinii
    Myrmecodia tuberosa "dahlii"

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