Monthly Archives: June 2012

So this is Where it Started?

One of the questions every Carnivorous Plant grower gets at some point is “When did you start growing these things?” Well… my interest started way back when I was eight… my hobby at the time was killing Venus Flytraps from … Continue reading

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A Blast from the Past!

Today we all (or most of us anyway) know of the amazing Carnivorous Plant Conferences that are held around the world. Ever wonder where this great tradition started.  Let me tell you.  In the back yard of Carl and Sherry … Continue reading

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Where have all the flowers gone?

I had an incredible blooming this year. I think that literally every plant except the babies had blooms. It was a great site. However, like everything else this too shall pass. Unlike in their natural habitats, Sarracenia up here in … Continue reading

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Look at all the Babies

I know… It’s been a long time! Last year I put a post up talking about seeding Venus flytraps in my bogs. The gist of it was to see if you could grow Venus flytraps outdoors here from seed. As … Continue reading

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