Sarracenia leucophylla is starting to make its presence known...
This is the second post covering my family's trip to Atlanta Botanical Gardens. I'll cover the indoor collection, which includes Nepenthes and Heliamphora.
This June, my family visited Atlanta Botanical Gardens. This post is Part 1 and will cover Sarracenia, Drosera, Dionaea, and Pinguicula. Basically, the outdoor CP collection at Atlanta Botanical Gardens.
Carnivorous plants have picked up the very animal-like trait of actively luring and catching prey. Even though they have this quality, they're still for the most part plant-esque. Don't get me wrong, pitcher plants can resemble yawning mouths, but they don't really look like animals. But this photo I took of the lid of Sarracenia alata came out looking quite a bit zoological. It looks like it could be the thin ear of some animal with all its blood vessels illuminated by the sun.
Rising college student who enjoys growing carnivorous plants.