Fantastic! How does one amass such a collection?
GET THOSE FLIES!!!!!!!
ThreeC, seeds, birthdays, peace offerings when I'm in the dog house.lolShamu, yummy, yummy, yummy.Woohoo! It's Friday!!!
I have never seen any of these types of plants before. Does he have an Audrey plant too?The monsters and I bought the Mrs a venus fly trap a month or so ago from the nursery we most frequent - Home Depot. We have no flies but we've been feeding it small pieces of chicken. It seams to be doing ok next to the cold kitchen window.
Gosh, you must be in the doghouse a lot.LOL!Those are amazing!
Do they eat pork brains?
Erin, I like your new profile pic. :)Buzz, that is such a classic. Love it!John is always bringing some home from the Depot to nurse back to life. Poor things always get set out in the full sun, and they end up cooking to death in those plastic cubes.FC, hehehe. I was amazed at all the different species that are out there.
Shamy, I'm still shuddering over that! Who eats pork brains in milk?
Those plants look other-worldly. I like them!
All of these are very interesting looking..
My daughter actually asked for a carnivorous plant for christmas 2 years ago. I could not find one in Florida anywhere.
These Sundews (and lone Pinguicula) are so nice, Dani. This is such a great hobby.I have over 100 Venus Flytraps in a garden bed outside. They are just waking up from their sleep. I grew them all from seed and some of them are getting to be quite mature now.
Susan, they really do! Darla, I like the fuzzy looking ones that he has the best.Native, check out http://www.carnivorousplantnursery.com. John orders from them every so often.
Prospero, WOW! That sounds incredible! How lucky you are to have such a green thumb.
Goodness! Watch your fingers!
I had no idea there were so many different kinds! we have some in our bogs up here, I always love stumbling on them! You did great with these!
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