19 July 2008: Some news. Everything growing well.
Okay, heres what survived to our Canadian winter (514 cm of snow, a new record).
Dionaea muscipula: My 2 Dionaea died during winter
Drosera rotundifolia: Theyre all dead. I think its because I let them make flowers last summer (pumping too much energy).
Drosera intermedia: Most of them died, but a few survived (3-4). Probably for the same reason than rotundifolia (flowers + Canadian winter = bad)
Drosera anglica: All survived, even if they made some flowers last year.
Utricularia dichotoma: Holy cow! They survived! Dichotoma can survive to -20 C for a few weeks. Its growing like crazy and making flower.
Sarracenia Danas delight: Alive, but looks bad
Sarracenia oreophylla: Alive, excellent health
Sarracenia judith hindle: Alive
Sarracenia pupurea: Survived, but look like its going to die
Sarracenia minor: Alive, not strong
Sarracenia flava (2 clones): Alive (Ornata suck, flava is awesome)
And new plants added this summer:
Drosera filiformis: 8-10 filiformis, theyre growing fast
Darlingtonia californica: A medium sized one, grow in full sun and already have 4 new pitchers. It should survive winter.
Dionaea muscipula (akai ruy, dentate and ordinary): Growing fast and big. The biggest one have 1 ½ inches traps.
Pinguicula vulgaris: 5 little ping
Sarracenia rubra: a small one
Drosera capensis: 2 small capensis
My peat bog in general:
Utricularia dichotoma that survived winter!!! (-20 Celsius for a few weeks + 500 cm of snow):
Sarracenia flava copper top: