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Carnivorous Plants at Gamrath Glass

Earlier this summer I braved thunderstorms to visit the Gamrath Glass exhibit at Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden. I love visiting all of their nighttime exhibits, and was particularly excited about this one.

The event promised not only delicate glass flowers embedded amoung the garden, but carvious plants as well. And although all of the glass blooms were beautiful, it was extra fun to see delicate pitcher plants, Venus fly traps, and a monstrous corpse flower among all the usual greenery,

Corpse flower

Venus flytrap

Lady slipper

Pitcher plant

Pitcher plant

Phalaenopsis

Pitcher plant

Phalaenopsis

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