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Here is my bog garden, made from a 60-gallon pond:
In the middle is a white 5-gallon plastic pail, drilled full of holes, so I can see the level of the water table, and also to house some U. gibba. *I already have some S. alata from Covington LA planted in it.
Here are two close-ups of the U. gibba growing in the bog garden. *It is flowering quite prolifically:
Here are the S. alata I rescued from Covington, Louisiana with Mike Howlett (HoustonHerp). *These will be transplanted into the bog garden just before next growing season, while they are still dormant:
Here is a shot of my flowering U. dichotoma in my indoor greenhouse:
Here is a close-up of a N. bicalcarata pitcher in my indoor greenhouse. *You can just see the fangs: