mine is leaning considerably. yours are pin straight. plus the lawn of moss and the clear pot make for quite an effect
The bog plants look very happy out there!
Umm..."random" ceph? Why separated from its own kind? Looks lonely.
Love seeing pics of all your GH plants, keep 'em coming to get me through winter as most of mine will be going into their long winter sleep soon.
Is that smallest S. Brokkenensis too small to survive the winter outdoors?
I'm totally jealous of your in-ground bog. Very nice.
What is the 'dew in the second photo after the caption 'Do the dew'?
A cold one that is not cold is scarcely a one at all. - SB
Travis: "Is that smallest S. Brokkenensis too small to survive the winter outdoors?"
With our winters here, I would leave them out no problem, don't know about the harsher winters in your neck of the woods. Being the hybrid they are, my guess is that with mulching they would be fine, but probably can better be answered by someone who grows sarrs outside in Michigan. How old are they and have they experienced a winter dormancy before?
"D. erythrorhiza ssp. squamosa"
Wow!!! That thing is pretty
some pics for the masses.
N. truncata x x TM #1
N. villosa (BE)
here's something I don't get to post very often. H. pulchella (Akopan Tepui, Venezuela)
and a couple utric bogs. U. reneformis 'Big Sister' & U. nelumbifolia
beautiful plants as always, the color on the N. truncata x x TM is everything... l0l
Your truncata x TM is certainly a stunner! Nice villosa too