Sarracenia leucophylla or white-topped pitcher plant. A carnivorous plant native to the southeastern United States. And grown by my son.

 

Nature does not always conform to our predispositions and preferences, to what we deem comfortable and easy to understand. — Carl Sagan

 

One Response to “Carnivorous Plants”

  1. Elaine Doris Bryan

    Shelli — simply gorgeous! Do these plants need shade or sun?

    You are so talented and you teach your children so well. You give them wings and encourage their curiousity. Many parents have difficulty doing this. You are so great! (George, too!)

    Elaine D. Bryan, M.S.

    Associate Professor

    Perimeter College

    Georgia State University

    Online Department of Business and Kinesiology

    678-212-7535

    ebryan@gsu.edu

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