^^^ I agree. The glabripes is stunning.
Very interesting D. anglica!!
I also love the D. glabripes. Looks very healthy and well cared for.
Here's an "awesome" picture of my one-n-only drosera burmannii humpty doo red seedling.
Taken with a clock magnifying lense and an iPhone camera.
Homedawg76: Mother of thousands....
Well it feels as if the Dog Days of Summer are finally upon me, with the heat many things are picking up. Some of the winter growers decided to start waking up (one after 10-11 months of dormancy). Others are going to sleep.
D. cistiflora - channeling D. trinervia
Drosera madagascarensis - doing great after dying back from being choked out by D. aliciae - repotted.
D. admirabilis holotype small form (note self-repot and sow seeds of larger form)
Grand Hotel... always the same. People come, people go. Nothing ever happens.
Hmmm, my ultramafica looks like crap, hopefully the leaf cuttings will strike and I can start fresh.. Need to feed the plants as well...
<Av8tor1> as big as peat is, the bear runs not him
Big Boss, Founder, and Major Cheese of the Canadian Association for the Cultivation of Carnivorous Plants... Ask if you want to join, I'm the only member...