Drosera binata – Forked Sundew
Native to Australia and New Zealand
Deciduous Carnivore (Evergreen if Grown Indoors)
Sun: Partial to Full Sun
Water: Daily, Distilled Water Best
Size: Draping, 12- 18″ leaves
Dew covered multi-forked leaves turning bright red in the sun. Sticky dew captures insects. It forms a large insect-catching bush. Best grown in 50/50 peat moss and sand. Also grows well in standing water. Hardy to 25F.
My San Pedro Macho second round of blooms from the other night
Zee EL Dee-two
Nice! That’s Echinopsis peruviana for those playing at home.
I see the Jewel Orchids are in spectacular little white blooms!
Haemaria discolor – Jewel Orchid
Terrestrial orchid, small white flowers, dark striped leaves and shade-tolerant!
I think they look like they’re made out of sugar. I’ll bet they’re too sweet to eat. Though you might want to try…
Let me know how it goes when you eat one. Send photos.
Echeveria “Rosy Ghost”
We found this growing in a flat of E. subsessilis, and believe it is a new hybrid. Should grow to 6″ rosettes. Rosy edges in full sun, bluish-white leaves.
Hardy to 25F?
Love your website, can hardly wait to come into store!
We are trying to figure out what the plants are called surrounding the trees in the attached picture!
Do you carry these plants?
Thanks a lot,
Those are Agave “Blue Glow” and we do carry them and have them in stock in a number of sizes!
Photo by the estimable Anne Smith of the Carnivore Jungle.
Western chorus frog on a Sarracenia flava hybrid in the carnivore greenhouse!
Clicken to Embiggen