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  • Did some trimming, replanting and general maintenance.
  • Did some trimming, replanting and general maintenance.

  •  36  1  23 July, 2020
  • Today’s theme for the #gardencamerachallenge is gardener’s friend. 

I had intended to find a ladybird, but with an apparent lack of those out and about today, here is my sundew. It helps keep the greenhouse midge free with those gorgeous sticky tendrils catching unsuspecting flies. Yum!
  • Today’s theme for the #gardencamerachallenge is gardener’s friend.

    I had intended to find a ladybird, but with an apparent lack of those out and about today, here is my sundew. It helps keep the greenhouse midge free with those gorgeous sticky tendrils catching unsuspecting flies. Yum!

  •  43  2  16 July, 2020
  • Angles.
  • Angles.

  •  66  1  4 June, 2020
  • How wonderful, the silence of growing things.  This is our Nepenthes Alata. He had the pitcher in the background when we got him but he has since grown a new pitcher. Here is a little update on him. His name is Michael 🌱💚
  • How wonderful, the silence of growing things. This is our Nepenthes Alata. He had the pitcher in the background when we got him but he has since grown a new pitcher. Here is a little update on him. His name is Michael 🌱💚

  •  90  5  31 May, 2020
  • Fat frogs
  • Fat frogs

  •  61  1  4 May, 2020
  • Happy Sunday! I’m outside working  in my outdoor gardens, so I won’t be touching any of my indoor plants until I shower. But these sweet little #pinguiculaweser are just waking up from dormancy and colouring up! Don’t forget to enter the giveaway if you haven’t already!
  • Happy Sunday! I’m outside working in my outdoor gardens, so I won’t be touching any of my indoor plants until I shower. But these sweet little #pinguiculaweser are just waking up from dormancy and colouring up! Don’t forget to enter the giveaway if you haven’t already!

  •  130  13  3 May, 2020
  • Fog rollin’ in.
  • Fog rollin’ in.

  •  98  18  2 May, 2020
  • What day it is today? I don’t even know anymore. But here is a cluster of #sundews growing on a mushroom cap around some self populated moss in one of my Biopods. Not sure which day that belongs too 🤣🤔
  • What day it is today? I don’t even know anymore. But here is a cluster of #sundews growing on a mushroom cap around some self populated moss in one of my Biopods. Not sure which day that belongs too 🤣🤔

  •  76  4  18 April, 2020
  • Yes, the last picture is real! Here are some nature pictures I took on my university expedition to #Borneo in #gunungmulunationalpark from 2015 when self isolation wasn’t yet a thing 🙃🇲🇾 First pic is a strangler fig 🌿
  • Yes, the last picture is real! Here are some nature pictures I took on my university expedition to #Borneo in #gunungmulunationalpark from 2015 when self isolation wasn’t yet a thing 🙃🇲🇾 First pic is a strangler fig 🌿

  •  523  17  10 April, 2020

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  • Today’s theme for the #gardencamerachallenge is gardener’s friend. 

I had intended to find a ladybird, but with an apparent lack of those out and about today, here is my sundew. It helps keep the greenhouse midge free with those gorgeous sticky tendrils catching unsuspecting flies. Yum!
  • Today’s theme for the #gardencamerachallenge is gardener’s friend.

    I had intended to find a ladybird, but with an apparent lack of those out and about today, here is my sundew. It helps keep the greenhouse midge free with those gorgeous sticky tendrils catching unsuspecting flies. Yum!

  •  43  2  16 July, 2020
  • Carnivore plant for the win
  • Carnivore plant for the win

  •  39  3  15 March, 2020
  • An amazing sea of Venus fly traps, Dionaea muscipula @hampshirecarnivorousplants . This plant can be grown in a cool room, conservatory or even outside in the South of England. Venus fly traps are insectivorous, need to be potted in carnivorous plant compost and watered with soft water or rain water. They are native to Eastern North America. Why not treat yourself to a plant. Most nurseries are still selling their plants online.
  • An amazing sea of Venus fly traps, Dionaea muscipula @hampshirecarnivorousplants . This plant can be grown in a cool room, conservatory or even outside in the South of England. Venus fly traps are insectivorous, need to be potted in carnivorous plant compost and watered with soft water or rain water. They are native to Eastern North America. Why not treat yourself to a plant. Most nurseries are still selling their plants online.

  •  279  9  3 April, 2020