Thursday, July 30, 2015

Mid-Summer Temperate Carnivores

 As you can see, my husband is in the process of putting together something nice to display the temperate carnivores in the yard. Pics to come when it's all finished. In the mean time, while we were out there I took some photos of some of the carnivores outdoors that felt like being photogenic today.
S. leucophylla 'Tarnok'
S. rosea f. luteola
S. rosea, Mobile Co., AL, Clone K
D. filiformis var. tracyi
S. leucophylla Hurricaine Creek White, clone E x F, juvenile pitcher
S. purpurea ssp. venosa var. montana (F1, Transylvania Co., NC.)
Here's two I received from Rob Co of The Pitcher Plant Project as freebie seedlings added to an order I made 2 years ago that are starting to look good. Very interesting lids on both so far. I'm curious to see what they'll look like this fall with cooler weather.
S. Black Widow x flava rubricorpora
S. catesbaei "Grande" x Bud Wilkerson

 The plants I received from Mike King are all doing well.
S. leucophylla f. viridescens, Perdido, AL (MK-L46C)

The rest of the smaller seedlings from Mike King
This unidentified Drosera must've hitchhiked it's way into the collection as it doesn't resemble anything I've ever grown before.

Unidentified Sundew hitchiker

S. rosea 'Fat Chance'
VFT B52. Not a lot of color right now, but some huge traps.

Here's one I picked up from the local Hardware store. Too young to ID, but I'm guessing maybe 'Judith Hindle' or 'Daina's Delight?'

Hope all of your plants are doing well too!

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