Monthly Archives: September 2011

Johnny Appleseed

I’ve long since proven that Venus Flytraps can not only survive here outdoors year round, but actually thrive year to year. However, there is one thing I have yet to prove and that is whether or not Venus Flytraps can … Continue reading

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Lookie what I made!

One of my quests these days is to breed way cool Antho free (AF) clones.  Eventually I hope to make a completely white topped one of some sort. When I say white topped, I mean pure white, like the Hurricane … Continue reading

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Now you see it… now you don’t

One of the things I really love about Sarracenia is the anthocyanin free “mutants” that have been either been found in the wild or isolated in cultivation.  When you put a typically red anthocyanin producing plant beside its anthocyanin free … Continue reading

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Anyone for Brunswick Stew?

It’s funny how the mind works.  I was visiting the bogs in my backyard, doing a sort of routine inspection… seeing how things are growing, seeing if there is any stuff that needs trimming or just taking a moment to … Continue reading

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