More plant pictures

More plant pictures

Since some of you guys requested for more pictures from me, here they are. =) They're not as flamboyant and vibrant as my last post, but I hope you guys enjoy them nonetheless. From left to right: small aloe vera (hidden); drosera filiformis; American pitcher plant (can't remember the latin name); pinguicula tina; pinguicula something-else; drosera burmanii; rosemary; drosera spatulata (hidden). Edited to say: If anyone notices the straw poking out of my rosemary's soil, it's because I've adopted a fellow forumer's way of watering her herbs - to water through a straw or syringe so as to keep the topsoil dry and discourage infection of the plant through over-moisture. This is the D. filiformis I got from a fellow member of my gardening forum yesterday. It's so...lush... Closeup of filiformis. And insects! Perspective. Slightly blurry, gah. A tendril of the filiformis curling up. Pitcher plant. It's pudgy and cute. =) P. x 'Tina' (agnata x zecheri) Shot from the top. D. burmanii. Notice the tiny plantlets at the bottom right? *squee* P. emarginata x moranensis var. superba My D. spatulata in a translucent plastic container because it'd stopped dewing and I wanted to bring back the humidity to it. Comments? =)
PICTURES!

PICTURES!

Slings for fruit

Slings for fruit

1/3 of an acre covered in blackberries is becoming

1/3 of an acre covered in blackberries is becoming

My New Apt!

My New Apt!

City flowers

City flowers

Home sick and bored. What to do? Take pictures of my plants!

Home sick and bored. What to do? Take pictures of my plants!