International Carnivorous Plant Society - Heliamphora minor photographs
'Dana's Delight' Fluted Red Pitcher Plant or Bog Bugles, Sarracenia sp.
Previous pinner wrote, "Saw this awesome tip on a permaculture blog. The author describes that when the Summer sun is too much for the lettuces to bear one can use trellis to shelter them , Now this trellis is used as cucumber plant's support structure. Hitting 2 birds in one shot."
Weekend frost threatens fragile plants
Carnivorous Plant - Insectivorous
Sunburnt plants 'myth' is debunked
Creencia,El Sol Del Mediodía,Jardinería Doméstica,Various Plants,Long Held,Sunburnt,Plants Myth,Gardening Tips,Debunked
Drosera adelae, commonly known as the lance-leaved sundew or the Adelaide sundew, is a carnivorous plant in the genus Drosera that is endemic to Queensland, Australia. Drosera adelae typically grows in the densely shaded margins of the north-eastern Australian rainforests in sandy soils along creek banks or on wet rocks near waterfalls. The species is native to Rockingham Bay, Hinchinbrook Island in Queensland, Australia