My Cephalotus has produced a good sized pitcher (along with lots of smaller ones, of course). It developed too late in the year to get much purple color, but is much bigger than any that my plant has produced in the past.
Here are my latest photos (click for full-size image):
It has been quite some time since my last post–having a new baby definitely limits your free time! Anyway, on with the post.
It looks like it is time for winter dormancy for the plants again. The Dionaea are definitely looking less active with slower growth and more dead leaves. Strangely, a couple of them started to put up flower stalks, which I quickly removed.
The traps of my Sarracenia have started to die back, with little new growth, but the Drosera are still looking fine as expected, though they are definitely growing more slowly than before.
Here is a picture of the bog as of this morning (11/30/2006):