linuxman Posted May 23, 2015 Report Share Posted May 23, 2015 (edited) A few photos of plants from today. With the poor weather we're having things haven't moved on much recently and plants haven't yet got their best colour.Anyway, I'll start off with a few tall flavas the tallest being 91cm ATM.From left to right they are:S. flava, Dahlia Bog, VA (MK F5)S. flava, 120cm+ (Christian Klein)S. flava, Very large form, NC,WS(PW) (MK F32)S. flava, very large form, NC (Dennis Balsdon) (same as MK F32?)S. flava, Red lip, column and throat (ipF19)6 rubricorporas in the next 3 photos:S. flava var. rubricorpora, Giant red tube, Apalachicola (MK F21)S. flava var. rubricorpora, Cv. 'Burgundy' ex. J. Ainsworth (P & J Plants), since renamed I believeS. flava var. rubricorpora, Sumatra, F4 WC N. Florida (Hampshire Carnivorous Plants)S. flava var. rubricorpora, Sumatra, F42 WC N. Florida (Hampshire Carnivorous Plants)S. flava var. rubricorporaS. flava var. rubricorpora, 'Burgundy' (MK F26)Tarnok flowersS. leucophylla, Hurricane Creek White, AL BB 2007 (MK L58B)Darlingtonia flowers outsideSome mooreis in their first year with me doing wellS. x moorei, "Esme Cowlard" (L18 x F18) 2003 cross (MK H192)S. x moorei, "Elizabeth Aydon" (L18 x F18) 2003 cross (MK H193)S. x moorei, "Welsh Dragon" (IS 2010) (Ian Salter)S. flava var. ornata, "Super ornata"S. flava var. cuprea, North Carolina (Tricky Utrici F6) Edited May 26, 2015 by linuxman Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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