Ever since I put the Nepenthes out for the warmer weather outside, they've been producing lots of new pitchers. Here are some pictures...
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.
A variety of carnivorous plants stretch and send out their flowers with the arrival of spring...
As the temperature warms up and the days get longer, temperate plants are waking up from their winter slumber. Sarracenia flava, as usual, was the first to begin sending up a flower stalk (in early Feb). A flower bloomed just last week...
My primuliflora has been growing well for me so far...it is developing another flower and is producing several plantlets at the tips of its leaves. It's interesting how primuliflora just naturally produces plantlets so readily.
N. boschiana is opening a new pitcher! This is the first pitcher it has opened since I put the plant outside for the warmer months.
Rising college student who enjoys growing carnivorous plants.