PICTURES! I'm still working on learning the odds and ends of this camera (fujifilm finepix for anyone who is interested), but this is what I have so far.
The current setup. The containers are filled with water because we've had roughly 2 inches of rain this weekend. That's also the reason my sundews don't look too hot. A lotta rain puts a damper on their dew.
My S. leucophylla up close with Molly in the background. She is perpetually outside with me.
My S. flava. I should have taken some shots of just how many bugs these guys have caught this summer.
This is my favorite of my new pictures. This is one leaf of my new sundew, the cape sundew. MACROS! AHHH!!
A better pictures of my gardener dog.
Now we move inside.
This is my Nep. It's growing a lot faster than I thought it would. That new pitcher is getting huge!
This is my little dew that I'm nursing back. It's coming around! I put an arrow because it's hard to see. There is dew on those little leaves! The stem that is laying on the substrate has seeds in it. I'm hoping those will germinate, too!
And last but not least, my argyroderma that tried to flower but cloudy days killed it. This plant took a helluva beating at the big box store, but I think it's coming around now. I'm trying to neglect it back to health. Don't laugh. That's what you do with succulents.
I still have a long way to go with this camera. There is a small novel that comes with it, but overall I'm really pleased with my new baby! It's also not helping that I haven't seen a full sun day in almost a week now. My plants really do take a beating when that happens. The poor dews get the worst of it.