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NECPS Carnivorous Plant Show: Sept. 9 - 10 at Tower Hill Botanical Garden
It's that time of year again! Time for the annual New England Carnivorous Plant Society show! This year, join us at Tower Hill Botanic Garden on Saturday, September 9 and Sunday, September 10 from 10:00 A.M. to 5 P.M. (4 P.M. on Sunday).  I'll be giving a t...
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Meadowview Research Station Part 1: The Plants
Meadowview's Sign and Some Sarracenia Whew, finally getting around to going through my photos from a few months ago and wanted to share some photos of Meadowview Biological Research Station . It's an awesome little place to visit. Sarracenia x catesbaei flo...
Meadowview Research Station Part 1: The Plants
Meadowview Research Station Part 1: The Plants
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The Rains of New Hampshire
Well guys, it's been a wet summer. Last year, the U.S. Drought Monitor had the bottom, east corner of our state in deep red, "extreme drought" conditions. Now, everything is all caught up ! That sounds great, but remember, that doesn't mean we've had 100% o...
The Rains of New Hampshire
The Rains of New Hampshire
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Outdoor Bog Update
I've been quite busy recently, so I really haven't had time to blog. Heck, I've barely had enough time to water. That said, I did make a short video about my outdoor bog which I hope you all enjoy! -N
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Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens
Lewis Ginter Bog Garden The most famous botanical gardens for carnivorous plants may be Atlanta Botanical Gardens, but I'm not sure many people know that Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens in Richmond, Virginia has a fantastic display of Sarracenia, too. (Well,...
Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens
Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens
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Sarracenia Bog: Late May 2017
It's been a chilly and rainy spring, but I'm finally getting some Sarr flowers! I did a quick video tour of my bogs. Three of the four bogs have been outside for just about a year, and it doesn't look like I lost any plants. (Well, maybe a few Drosera, but ...
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