Post by mackthompson on Aug 19, 2016 9:27:58 GMT -5
Hello all I'm headed to Grundy lake provincial park later today. According to their website there's a walking trail through a bog with carnivorous plants. If any of you have been there I would love to know where the best spots are to see some CP's in the wild! Hopefully I'll have some pictures to share when I get back!
Post by exoticplantseller on Aug 20, 2016 8:55:01 GMT -5
I just came back from there yesturday lol. There is a boardwalk on swan lake trail. At the information centre the said there where pitcher plants I'm guessing she. Purperea and pings and utricularia and sundews. If you saw my post the other day, I found what I think was utricularia subulata. I would imagine all the purperea where poached, so you may need some binoculars to look off the boardwalk. Good luck. I hope you find more than me. I hope all goes well for you.
Post by exoticplantseller on Aug 20, 2016 12:56:28 GMT -5
Omg! Where did you find it! I literally looked for a whole WEEK! I would love to see them next year. But if I bring anything back it will be pictures. Thanks for sharing. Did you find it on swan lake trail?
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