Drosera hilaris emerging for the season along with Geissorhiza tulbaghensis.
Drosera aberrans - This species requires a somewhat moist dormancy to prevent the tubers from dessicating.
Drosera basifolia - I have no idea what the 2nd tuber decided to do this year. Rather than coming up as a single plant, it emerged as around 20 smaller plants.
Drosera hookeri emerging with Pterostylis curta, an Australian terrestrial orchid.
Drosera lowriei - Type Plant with flowers.
Drosera lowrie - Giant Plants
Drosera magna - This species does not often flower in cultivation. 3 additional tubers have emerged since last weekend and the parent plant has sent up 2 growth points.
Drosera monantha - Emerging flower stalks.
Drosera prostrata - Each scape has several flower buds.
Drosera squamosa - Sand Growing Form
Drosera squamosa - Laterite Growing Form. It appears that my attempts at hand pollinating the flowers was successful.
Utricularia juncea - Walton Co, FL - A few days from being fully open.
Utricularia cornuta - Collier Co, FL
Nepenthes boschiana - Lower pitcher from a recent basal.
Nepenthes lavicola - Odd, tubby pitcher.
Nepenthes platychila - Lower pitcher from a recent basal.
Nepenthes singalana - SG plant with an abnormally large lid from Gunung Pasaman. I strongly feel that this is an introgressed natural hybrid with N.bongso.
Nepenthes truncata - Pasian Highland