As the title says, this thread is dedicated to this year's dormancy, so feel free to post whatever dormancy pictures you would like to share.
Anyway, it's the time of year again (although the time was probably a few months ago for you guys LOL). Seeing that my plants were definitely dormant, I decided to do some dormancy pruning. And there a LOT more pitchers than last year. If there is one thing I hate the most about pruning for dormancy, is the smell. Oh, God, the smell of hundreds of bugs decaying...
The outside plants:
Mini-bog (contains S. leuco 'Tarnok', S. flava 'rugelii', S. x 'Dana's Delight', and an unkown Sarracenias) :
The larger Sarracenias (S. alata 'SW LA', S. leuco 'Tarnok', S. purp venosa, and an unknown Sarracenias) :
S. leuco 'Tarnok' that I had growing aquatically. Did really well:
VFT (It grew A LOT this year and needs to be repotted) :
S. x 'Mardi Gras' seems to have died back for the second time. I think this time it's a goner. Not sure what's with this plant... Put on the bright side, it has two D. dichotoma:
S. purp venosa. Sort of had a rough year, things kept munching on its leaves:
D. burmanii. This absolutely baffled me. After 6+ months of having my D. burmanii dead, I found this:
S.. minor needs a repot:
Now for the carnage:
Size reference (I'm a size 9.5) :
Hoped you enjoyed.