I live only about 3 hours southeast of Montreal and 4 hours southeast of Quebec (City). I was thinking of heading up there sometime over a long weekend this summer and would be really interested in seeing some of the native carnivores, particularly the ones not native to my area - D. anglica and D. linearis. (I'd also be keen on rare plants in my area, like P. vulgaris). I know that there are boggy areas around Montreal, but since I'd be on limited time, I'd like to know where to look, if anyone is willing to share. (Feel free to PM me. I know how we all like to discourage public notice of our favorite plants).
D. linearis isn't easy to see near Quebec. It usually grow on a more alkaline soil and have been listed only on a few sites north of Ouatouais or near Gaspesia. Anglica isn't easy too. The only drosera easy to see I can think of is rotundifolia and sarr purpurea. That said, I don't do a lot of exploration. Perhaps a few members here have better experience but I think you'll have to travel much farther to see CP.
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