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    A couple pictures - DUW!

    I went outside and took a few pictures. Enjoy!


    Drosera peltata in the bog. It's loving it, so far.





    Multiple views of a young marsh marigold flower. The plant is still very small.











    Mimulus gutatta, AKA sticky monkeyflower.




    Some kind of moss.






    I'll keep posting more as I take them. I couldn't find the last thread I made for pictures.


    ETA: I added a huge mess of pictures. They should, hopefully, be on page two or later.

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    The Mimulus is very interesting. Never seen that before.

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    lookin' good KT! love that peltata pic.

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    Perty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wire Man View Post
    The Mimulus is very interesting. Never seen that before.
    I should do a seed giveaway. I get TONS of seed every year. It can get weedy, but it is really easy to manage. No rhizomes, no tubers or bulbs, hardly any roots. It's just a little slimy, like sundews.
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    Have a couple more....

    I uploaded a couple more from the past couple weeks. there are more, I just need to upload them all.

    Enjoy!

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    I love yellow monkey flower. It reminds me of beautiful gurgling alpine meadows in the Cascade Mountains were they grow out here. The marsh marigold is another species you would see - very nice photos! And D. peltata growing out of doors - wow!
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    I found a couple more from last week.

    The hat. Well, uh. yeah. I was getting hot in the GH, and needed a place to hang it. I couldn't find a spot, until I spied a failed tendril on the ventrata. I wound it around, and it hung on. And there it stayed until the next morning, when I remembered to go get it back. Those tendrils are very strong.




    A few weeks ago I was given a good sized chunk of U. humboldtii that's been grown aquatically. I was kinda bored, and.... Yes, that's a Utric floating there in two, maybe three tanks. As of now, the leaves have browned and the traps melted off, but there is a lot of green happening at the growth area. I'll get more pictures later.







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