August112014

These are stunning seedlings, they are the first sarracenia I grew from seed and I was going to sell some off next year but the colours and shape are just too nice night have to keep them a while longer to see what they look like when they mature.

August32014

A slightly closer look at the windows on the cobras pitcher, isn’t nature amazing!

6PM

The different colours and shapes of the pitchers and hoods keep me standing in the glasshouse for hours, one day I will take a decent photo!

6PM

Two of the smallest yet possibly most attractive flowers in my Utricularia collection, so small I had to dust of the camera rather than use my phone to get a nearly focused photo!

8AM
Just found this little beauty sat amongst the seedling……he is lucky they are too small to gobble him up

Just found this little beauty sat amongst the seedling……he is lucky they are too small to gobble him up

8AM

I was feeling in a creative mood today, but can’t draw, can’t bake, can’t do DIY so I guess it’s back to the glass house. A spare blue tray, some matting a pair of scissors some sphagnum moss peat a couple of carnivorous plants and some moss……surprise surprise 10 mins later I have another mini carnivorous garden…..!

August22014

Random out of focus shots around my carnivorous collection for the mad 200 people that are following me!

8AM
“Wow how on earth did I get 200 follows?”
8AM

A few snaps taken in the garden After a nice shower of rain this morning.

July302014

A new addition to the Venus fly trap collection a super large South West Giant. What a magnificent plant!

Mother Nature always amazes me how she can produce a huge range of complex and visually stung plants that most of us ignore or just take for granted.

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