U. reniformis showing signs of life.
Ming aralia that was starded from a 2 leaf cutting.
VFT's were fresh and very cheap at the big boxstore so I put this together today.
Survivors of the great 'Albino' x alicae die out.
U. sandersonii doin' it's thing.
A few random baby Drosera that popped up in the last few months.
Some SA dews.
Drosera graomogolensis then and now.
thanks again to mass BTW for the graomo! One of my favorites currently.
It's all so cool!
that's a very healthy looking hamiltonii
Really liking the cape x spat, great shape! I have a few new capensis hybrids ( Lantau x, aliciae x, dielsiana x) growing out from seed, so hopefully some of those will turn out looking just as cool.
Everything has a reason, whether big or small. Never underestimate the power of what is or is not.
There is far more to everything than meets the eye.
hcarlton: one of my faves too. It's so easy with such a unique shape. Good call! I am really quite a fan of the hybrid Drosera. I would be very interested to see how your little ones turn out.
more blurry pics:
a simply huh-yooge U. reniformis leaf
I was hoping for flowers soon, but I had to be away from home for a week and it sorely missed my daily spritzing. The leaves and sphagnum have discolored and paled a bit I noticed after my absence.
<----me returning home and finding all of my live sphagnum looking dried and fried. (It's all fine though.)