The trellis which used to hold my Clematis tibetana var. vernayi (before it decided to make its own way) became home for several Tillandsia and Bromeliads this summer. Then in a moment of autumn inspiration (not wanting to see it go completely empty with the seasonal-shift) I finally thought of a use for that metal pocket planter which had been languishing in the garage...
In went the Sarracenia rubra jonesii, freebies from our visit to Sarracenia Northwest earlier in the month (and yes, I used a plastic liner).
So happy with how that one turned out I went back to Garden Fever and picked up a second.
Which will be planted up (soon!) with this Sarracenia purpurea var. montana I purchased at the HPSO's Fall PlantFest.
Until the truly cool weather shows up the Tillandsia and Bromeliads will stay in place too..
My other carnivorous plant purchases include this Venus Flytrap (Dionaea muscipula).
And this attractive group...from left to right: S. x 'Judith Hindle', S. alata Red Hood and S. x Mountain Splendor.
Such fabulous detail...
Weather Diary, Sept 24: Hi 73, Low 46/ Precip 0
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