LONGLEAF STORIES

full circle in the hundred acre wood

Sultry and humid, the afternoon teased at rain, but didn’t deliver. Just about to turn around and head back to the house for a shower and the comfort of air-conditioning, Buck, Maggie and I rounded a bend in the newly plowed fire line and found secret garden of glorious pitcher plants.

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  1. Gorgeous pitcher flowers!

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    1. Beth says:

      Do you know they are carnivores?

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  2. I presume they are, because when I was a kid, I remember we had in our country house a creeper with flowers very similar of yours, that attract fly and another insects to their inner. 🙂

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