Thanks for the welcome.
I have Sarracenia:
Leucophylla, (Typical and Tarnok) Tarnok is really a very nice variety! Tall pitchers with bright red coloration, neat pom pom type blooms > one of my favorites.
Purpurea, Flava (Rugelli, Ornata, Coppertop and a couple Red Tubes)
Rubra spp. wherry, this is the only variety of Rubra I have.
Alatas and Minor, ( I like Minor alot![img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/wink.gif[/img]
No endangered species in my bog.
I also have Drosera filiformas ssp. tracyi
and of course capillaris.
I planted 3 Venus flytraps last year and two
are alive and are beginning to flower this year.
I've also added about 5 pine lillys and want to add more
Hat Pins (Eriocaulon compressum), have come up naturally, they really set off a bog, another neat flower.
I'd love to add some Pinguicula lutea and primulifora..
I'm also looking for other native bog plants such as "Grass Pink Orchids, "Rose Bug Orchids" and other flowers.
My bog is about 130' long by about 60' wide more or less. Like I said it's a natural Sandhill Seep Bog. Before I purchased the property the area of the bog was completly grown over with brush and trees. Did any CP's exists then?? I don't know, as I had the bog and other parts of the property cleared off and a small pond built on part of the property. I did not know much about Sarracenia back then. It just so happens that the bog was "perfect" for native carnivourous plants. It stays wet about nine months out of the year. The soil is mucky grey sand and very acidic. It's located in South Alabama... Hey, it's turned out good so far!
I'm now doing a yearly burn in late February or early March, depending on weather conditions and alike. I'm a member of our local Volunteer Fire Department so I have access to, and help with burning. I'm going to have to do a growing season burn on of these years to help really cut back alot of weeds and other grasses. With out fire competition is fierce in a native bog.
I've also planted about 10 acres of Longleaf Pine. Which is a native tree and naturally grows around bog invironments and also requires fire. A native cactus "Prickly Pear" also grows on the sand hills around here, it blooms in Late May to June I'll post few pics.
I travel alot and get to see LOTS of interesting stuff.
South Alabama is my home and I know it well!