I am happily growing strange plants in Okinawa: cacti, gardenias, neoregelias etc
I recently rediscovered carnivorous plants,they were, with cacti, the first plants I killed in my childhood
The climate in Okinawa is subtropical humid, the coldest in Winter usually never goes under 10°C. Of course I bought some nepenthes but I am not sure what kind will fare the best here, lowland or highland. Ultra highland is out of the question.
I have: N.truncata, n.rafflesiana (typical and kuching squat red) and the ubiquitous xventrata from any garden center. Some Drosera capensis, Sarracenia "Stevens" and various typical dioneaes.
I am very curious to see if dormancy is possible in this climate...
Recently my interest has taken an unexpected turn in the incredible world of sphagnum !
Even if not from the UK, I really like this forum and hope to be able to contribute a little in my own way...