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Nepenthes hamata, carnivorous pitcher plant

Nepenthes hamata, carnivorous pitcher plant

International Carnivorous Plant Society - Heliamphora minor photographs

International Carnivorous Plant Society - Heliamphora minor photographs

'Dana's Delight'  Fluted Red Pitcher Plant  or Bog Bugles, Sarracenia sp.

'Dana's Delight' Fluted Red Pitcher Plant or Bog Bugles, Sarracenia sp.

Amor carnivoro!

Amor carnivoro!

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."

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

Weekend frost threatens fragile plants

Carnivorous Plant - Insectivorous

Carnivorous Plant - Insectivorous

Sunburnt plants 'myth' is debunked

Sunburnt plants 'myth' is debunked

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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

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

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