Saturday, December 27, 2014

Pygmy progress and random updates

My pygmy garden is really starting to come along.

Pygmy sundew garden.
The Pygmy Garden is still, uh, progressing.
Impressive right? Hah. I'm really just putting this picture on the blog as a growth rate reference for later. It's easier to see the development on the individual pots though.

Drosera silvicola, pygmy sundew.
Drosera silvicola plantlets developing from gemmae.
Drosera omissa, pygmy sundew.
Drosera omissa plantlets from gemmae.
Drosera barbigera, pygmy sundew.
Drosera barbigera, still more gemmae than plantlet.
They're still blending in pretty well with the sand, but I see nice growth over all. It'll get easier once they're a little bigger. Then I can feed them and they'll put on good size. If I can manage to feed them regularly, at least.

The strikes on my Dionaea muscipula 'B-52' are developing nicely.

Dionaea muscipula 'B-52' venus flytrap leaf pull.
It's cool how the strikes are different colors.
It'd be great if I got 2 plantlets out of this.

Nearby I've got that Drosera anglica CA x HI that had been ignored when I'd thought the leaf cutting had failed. It was far from the lights, but now I've moved it in to color up some more.

Drosera anglica CA x HI coloring up.
Starting to show some red.
There are two plants right up next to each other in this pot too. Nice!

And finally, my Drosera prolifera just keeps looking great. It's about time this plant started doing well.

Drosera prolifera.
The dew is finally coming in for these guys.

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