Thursday, May 9, 2013

Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora blooming

Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora "Red Tube," another Sarr that should do well year round outdoors in Florida. This coloration is one of the rarer S. flava's in nature, found only in the Florida Panhandle according to Barry Rice's FAQ. I got this one with a small start to the bud already coming out of dormancy, so I won't claim credit, but here's the flower.


Two pitchers are beginning to grow, in about a month these will be looking good.


For size comparison, the whole window box. That's one tall flowerstalk. The venus flytrap is blooming already too (2nd pot in from the left.)


Anoles. Anoles, geckos, and frogs everywhere! I keep taking pictures of them because they keep showing up when I'm trying to take pictures. So prepare yourselves, there will be more.

Hello!






3 comments:

  1. Maravilhosa
    abraços e um lindo final de semana

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  2. Hey I gave your blog a recognition. Check it out at: http://jigsawcarnivores.blogspot.fi/2013/05/recognition-tunnustus.html

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    1. Thanks DW, I appreciate the shout out!

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