Monthly Archives: August 2011

Today we have a Guest Bog to Blog about!

A long time friend and fellow Sarraceniaphile was good enough to let me photograph his outdoor bogs. Jay does grow stuff in greenhouses, but also grows many of plants outdoors year round as well. He has done an amazing job … Continue reading

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year!

No, its not Christmas… it’s late summer! The weather up here in Zone6b is starting to cool off and the smell of fall is in the air! Today, we’re supposed to top out today at 28C and a bit humid, … Continue reading

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I love this plant!

Sarracenia flava var. atropurpurea This is the pure read form of S. flava and one of my all time favorites of the genus.  I have to say I’m very surprised at the coloration.  I was given this plant from a … Continue reading

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Wow… it’s been a while!

Greetings Zone6b readers… Sorry its been such a long time.  We just got back from holidays in Zone10a (or central Florida!). As far a Sarracenia go… the only pitcher plant that grows that far south is Sarracenia minor – the … Continue reading

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