Alive & outdoors Dionaea muscipula typical x4 Sarracenia purpurea ssp. purpurea Sarracenia purpurea ssp. venosa Sarracenia rosea x2 (one is a seedling, the other is young) Sarracenia purpurea intergrade(?)
Alive & indoors Dionaea muscipula "FTS Crimson Sawtooth" (just moved outdoors to acclimate for dormancy) Dionaea muscipula "dentate" (just moved outdoors to acclimate for dormancy) Drosera capensis (young) Nepenthes ramispina x2 (young)
Status remains to be seen Nepenthes sanguinea cuttings x3 Nepenthes alata x ventricosa cutting Nepenthes unknown cutting Dionaea muscipula "akai ryu" x3 (outdoor squirrel casualties, on the mend. Kind of.) Sarracenia leucophylla x2 (just got them, they're still acclimating outdoors) Sarracenia x "Judith Hindle" (just got it, acclimating outdoors) Sarracenia purpurea ssp. venosa f. heterophylla (it's starting to get me nervous)
Confirmed casualties of 2010 (so far...) Dionaea muscipula typical x2 (One indoors to fungus that was my fault, the other outdoors to root rot) Dionaea muscipula "B52" (was dying from the moment I received it from eBay) Dionaea muscipula "akai ryu" x2 (same squirrel)
Want list for 2011 Sarracenia leucophylla "Titan" Sarracenia leucophylla "Hurricane Creek White" Sarracenia x moorei Sarracenia psittacina Sarracenia purpurea ssp. venosa f. heterophylla (if my current one doesn't make it through the winter) Dionaea muscipula "B52" (a live one, this time) Dionaea muscipula "cupped trap"
Would be nice Sarracenia x moorei "Leah Wilkerson" (no response yet on availability via Brooks Garcia) Sarracenia rosea f. luteola (Highest priority, but probably less likely that the L.W. above) Sarracenia purpurea "Belly of Blood" Sarracenia x "Wilkerson's White Knight" Dionaea muscipula "wacky traps"
Someday, but I'm not ready yet Nepenthes "predator" Nepenthes hamata Cephalotus follicularis Cephalotus follicularis "Hummer's Giant" Cephalotus follicularis "Eden Black"
@ squirtoman - I'm in Brooklyn, NY... I never thought that CPs could thrive this far north until I started reading up on the experience of others nearby... The outdoor VFT typicals were vibrant this past year, the late Akai Ryu additions have always been a bit of a struggle...
This was the main outdoor pot in early June. The S. purpurea venosa and the S. purpurea purpurea are both much more overgrown now than in this picture. And I sadly had to add bird spikes to the outside of the pot to combat rampaging squirrels...
...sadly the same squirrels that later butchered this pot a few weeks later.