We were able to visit California Carnivores in Sebastopol yesterday..a two-hour drive, but truly worth the visit!
Some photos we took while there:
A table display of carnivores
This is an intesting plant arrangement, the one in the middle looks like a Euphorbia
And more carnivore selections! I love seeing how the plants are set-up in standing water as needed.
I love Pinguiculas, they are easy to grow indoors, and they make nice blooms too.
Venus fly traps
Non-succulent plants on display:
A huge staghorn:
A nice assortment of bromeliads and tillandsias too:
I wish I can get more, but my growing area is not ideal for it, so I just got these two: Nepenthes and Pinguicula can grow in my area as long as I keep them indoors. I would have gotten Sarracenias too but they are still winter dormant right now.
Nepenthes petiolata x veichii
And some tilly's:
Tillandsia ionantha fuego
Tillandsia flexuosa viva parva - feels like a young Aloe