Monthly Archives: July 2013

“I’ll Huff and Puff and Blow your Plants Down!!!”

For all my US friends… that translate into 99F… it’s been warm up here in zone6B.  For the last week, we’ve been dealing with very warm (mid to high 90’s) and humid (dewpoints in the mid 70’s) weather!  Not that … Continue reading

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A few photos from this morning!

I was out this morning looking at some of my plants… and thought I’d take a few photos. This first one is a hybrid from my friend Jay from around the corner… He lets the bees randomly pollinate the plants … Continue reading

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I went a little nuts!

In my last post, I was talking about some of my plants being less vigorous this year.  The first issue is the recurring thrip issue with a few of my plants.  As my friend Jay suggested, this is indicative of … Continue reading

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Even a “Certified Professional” can screw up!

Yes, its true!  I’ve been growing Sarracenia since for 37 years now (but who is counting?) and you’d figure I’d know better. A few years ago I decided to move my entire Sarracenia collection outdoors to face the harsh realities … Continue reading

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