Signs of Life

With the unusually warm winter we’ve been having here in California, I’m seeing more and more signs of life springing up around the greenhouse. A vast majority of the plants are still dormant, but it’s pretty refreshing to see a few things showing some life.

Sarracenia "Legacy"
Sarracenia “Legacy” – the new growth already extending above the trimmed old growth of last season.

Sarracenia "Legacy"
Sarracenia “Legacy” bud – excited to think about the possibilities this can provide in breeding this season!

Drosera filiformis var. tracy
Drosera filiformis var. tracyi – waking up!

Pinguicula 'Titan'
Pinguicula ‘Titan’ ┬áin bloom. During the winter the pings provide some nice splashes of color against the brown crispy Sarracenia pitchers.

Dorsera regia
Drosera regia repotted last week – still looking quite grand!

2 Responses to Signs of Life

  1. Dude…I’m with you on this one. I have flower buds popping up as well. The freakish icy weather we had a while back has plumped up the rhizomes on my stuff to almost steroid size!!! OMG…Saurus!!!

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