An Insectivorous gardening prodigy in the Springs...
|Jeremiah Harris and his insectivorous minions|
|#244 Nepenthes ventricosa x inermis|
|#243 Nepenthes singalana|
|#239 Nepenthes lowii x ventricosa|
|#236 Nepenthes lowii exudata|
|#235 Nepenthes spathulata x maxima|
|#230 Nepenthes aristochoides|
|#231 Nepenthes aristochoides breeding pair|
|#231 Nepenthes 'Leviathan' (N. rajah x peltata) my own cross.|
|#234 Nepenthes hamata|
|Sarracenia and other temperate Insectivorous spp.|
|Jeremiah with friends...|
One last few of the tropicals, with Jeremiah proudly pointing out a treasure: one of the great gifts of horticulture is to have time to develop a collection, and watch it grow and morph over time: Jeremiah Harris started young enough (and has developed things big enough) that I have no doubt he will make some wonderful breakthroughs and discoveries along the way. I'm glad he's just a short drive down the pike! I must corral some friends and colleagues to go check him out again this coming year!