Carnivorous plants and more
About a year and a half ago, I started growing carnivorous plants indoors. More on that adventure can be found here.
After we moved to a new home, I rethought my strategy. Repotting seemed like a good idea, but growing indoors no longer worked so well: I got in some real trouble with houseplant pests. No doubt growing indoors was at the root of the problem. So, outdoors they went. That has led to a remarkable recovery, as shown in these pictures.
Drosera Capensis, in bloom!
Drosera, probably Aliciae. Afflicted by the pest, I cut them all the way back to ground level. Watch their recovery: clean and healthy plants.
Live sphagnum! Growing slowly but steadily.