Friday, January 23, 2015

What's blooming at the end of January

As it turns out, lots of things are blooming at the end of January. Let's jump right in – there are a lot of plants to look at.

Utricularia livida.
Utricularia livida still blooming after several months. This is the best-looking Utric pot right now.
Utricularia subulata.
Utricularia subulata flower in the Utricularia sandersonnii blue form pot. The U. subulata is winning the day.
Utricularia calycifida
Utricularia calycifida with scattered flower petals.
Utricularia bisquamata
Utricularia subulata flower in the Drosera venusta pot.
Drosera venusta flower stalk.
Drosera capensis scape on left, D. venusta on right. I don't think there's much seed in the D. venusta buds.
Drosera adelae flower stalk
I love the shape of the Drosera adelae flower stalk.
Drosera prolifera
Flower stalk developing on Drosera prolifera.
Pinguicula laueana x emarginata
Looking forward to seeing this Pinguicula laueana x emarginata flower.
Pinguicula gigantea.
Pinguicula gigantea getting started again.
Drosera spatuhaha
This sundew doesn't seem to self-seed. I'm just going to call it Drosera spatuhaha.
Drosera ultramafica x spatulata.
It turns out I was mistaken when I stated that Drosera ultramafica x spatulata was sterile. There are seedlings everywhere hahahah.
Drosera spatulata 'Kanto'
Drosera spatulata 'Kanto' has really nice-colored flowers.
Drosera capensis typical.
What's that? A D. capensis bloom? Shocker.
Drosera capensis 'Albino'
Some more Drosera capensis 'Albino' seeds on the way.
Drosera brevifolia.
Drosera brevifolia keeps on keeping on, although the stalk on the one on the left aborted for some reason.
Drosera burmannii Humpty Doo flower stalk.
There's always at least one flowering Drosera burmannii in my collection.
Flowers :-)

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