Intheswamp wrote: ↑Wed Jun 01, 2022 7:51 pmI think your area would be good for Sarracenia oreophila. They dislike sitting in water during the winter and mid/late summer, because their natural habitat dries up in the late summer. They grow phyllodia (dormant non carni leaves) in the mid summer.
I filtered most of the water through four layers of cotton cloth but one five-gallon can wasn't filtered (but pretty clean, anyhow). I'll watch the water and see how it goes with it. Depends on the hurricane season as to have much rain we usually get in late July and August...it can get dry during that time if no storms come in.
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