Some of my current collection photos from today.
Sorry, Fred P, you're not fooling me....plants that gorgeous don't come easy....gotta be some magic involved! They are truly amazing, not kidding. But, I see you live in North Carolina, where they are native, so that doesn't hurt! Anyways, all jokes aside, some if the nicest Sarras I've ever seen!
If you ever have a few extras let me know. Sars are one type that I need more of :blue:
Wouldn't you know this past Winter we had a lot of rain here in So Cal. In fact it's still in upper 60's with intermittent showers in late May. Go figure. But you're in perfect CP country and your Sarras are beautiful.Thanks Cam. It's just something I've enjoyed for a long time so I know what they like. And although they are loving NC this year, I lived in southern CA the last 10 years with no rain and very little humidity. I just moved to NC in the fall of last year and moving my entire collection was not fun. They all survived though.
Wouldn't you know this past Winter we had a lot of rain here in So Cal. In fact it's still in upper 60's with intermittent showers in late May. Go figure. But you're in perfect CP country and your Sarras are beautiful.
How in the world did you move your collection cross country without any casualties? I hope to move back to Central TX in a few years and am already wondering how I'm going to move my growing collection of Nepenthes (some already good size), smaller collection of Sarras and few other CPs. Please any words of wisdom would be greatly appreciated.
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Very nice, lots of great stuff in there! DSC_4640 (2) in particular catches my eye... with the purple trim around the lid, what is that?