Ever since I put the Nepenthes out for the warmer weather outside, they've been producing lots of new pitchers. Here are some pictures...
I've recently found crustaceans and caterpillars among Drosera, Pinguicula, and Sarracenia...
By now, all of my carnivorous plants that grow only during the warmer months have emerged from dormancy. The tuberous Drosera have retreated to their subterranean lairs.
To my surprise, my Drosera macrophylla has flowered this tuberous Drosera growing season. The plant is on the small side compared with what Peter D'Amato in The Savage Garden stated as the approximate diameter of Drosera macrophylla (4-6 inches), yet I was greeted with 5 white flowers this January.
During the past few months, my Cephalotus follicularis has produced its first mature pitchers!
The tuberous Drosera have emerged from the subterranean homes they've stayed in for the past several months!
Back in September, I cut some Drosera tracyi leaves that had fallen over and put them into test tubes filled with distilled water (on 9/8/19). I kept these under lights indoors. The cuttings seemed really eager to grow; they started shooting out roots while they were still in the test tube after only about a month. On 10/12/19 I planted them into peat. Here is what they look like about 5 weeks later:
Sarracenia leucophylla is starting to make its presence known...
Rising college student who enjoys growing carnivorous plants.