Sarracenia Purpurea Up Close and Personal


I guess Buck and I shouldn't have been surprised to see this pitcher plant just at the edge of the path near where old fire lines have been replowed recently, but we were. It is normally a boggy area, but recent drought conditions have made it walkable again. The dark shadows deep within the plant's throat are slowly digesting bugs.


One thought on “Sarracenia Purpurea Up Close and Personal

  1. This is quite a photo. Nature is more than amazing, isn’t she. Who’d at first look, suspect this plant to be a predator of sorts. I’m always interested in what you offer. Thanks for the feast.


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