Almost all of my plants are doing quite well at this point, so I figured I would take some pics. The coin is for size comparison. It is a Canadian quarter, which is the same size as an American quarter.
My dear falconeri, doing very well, and becoming quite large with regular feeding:
My only pigmy, D. pygmaea "green"
Pinguicula 'crystal' from BCP:
D. derbyensis, being an absolute charmer. Really puffy:
D. capillaris "long arm, Belem" -This plant is a bit small because of consecutive flowerings:
D. tokaiensis, probably my favourite of the common dews:
D. esmeralda, one of the best rosettes ever, and so red! Dew production is not ideal because of low humidity:
D. admirabillis, very nice species. And it stays really small!
D. hamiltonii and a Florida form of capillaris, two of the best Drosera:
Plant received as D. oblanceolata, but is obviously not. It is an odd one. My suspicion is D. "lantua island" but I will never know for sure...
D. intermedia "Cuba", with some weeds (nidiformis) growing amongst:
LOTS of D. spatulata "Hong Kong"
Unknown form of D. spatulata which has been in my collection for two years. It is beginning to form a stem almost as high as the quarter. Very interesting looking plant, and a great grower:
Ahh, it may not look like much, but this is the first leaf with dew, and a huge achievement for me. I've been wanting to grow SA dews for a very long time, and this success is a very good sign! Hopefully it prospers more in my care. D. camporupestris:
B. reducta, France strain, a bit unusual looking (stripes on it are more defined than I thought they would be, but that may just be because it is a young plant), the clone is from BCP:
A little tiny pitcher on one of the four basals growing out of my N. veitchii, unknown form:
D. aliciae, can't remember the location data for it. It has bad dew formation because of low humidity:
Sarracenia hybrids, which have the potential to be incredibly ugly. But they are very vigorous:
Itty, bitty, flytraps!
N. truncata Paisan HL, not photographed for the rather pathetic plant, but more for the incredible green stuff growing from the pot. I have no clue what it is...
Thanks for looking, and hope you enjoyed...