Monthly Archives: March 2013

Finally!!!

One of the drawbacks of growing Sarracenia outdoors this far north is that it takes a while before things get started!  This year has been particularly slow.  I’m not going to look it up, but I’m pretty sure I uncovered … Continue reading

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Stupid Groundhog

We North Americans have this strange custom called Groundhog Day. It’s celebrated on February 2nd. The idea is that if the rodent doesn’t see it’s shadow when it comes out of its hole, spring will come early… If it sees … Continue reading

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Ready to Grow!

Sorry for the delay… but here are the seeds sewn, and sprayed just before going into the fridge for a couple of weeks.  I hope this works. I’ve said it before, but folks in warm (or warmer than here anyway) … Continue reading

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More Plants!!!

So what does a person who is obsessed with Sarracenia do in the winter months!  Make more!!! Spring is just around the corner here in Zone 6b.  So its time to get the new Sarracenia growing.  In the past I … Continue reading

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