It's been scorching hot these few days, so I had to water my plants daily instead of the regular 2 days interval. My plants can go from fresh to wilting by midday, though they recover rather rapidly after a generous spraying with the garden hose. Carnivorous plants generally enjoy bright sunlight so the weather have been quite conducive for their growth, though they require constantly wet environment as they hate getting dried out. That means extra work and care on my part, though when it's rewarding when I see them thrive.
My minibog has been growing nicely and rather vigorously, relative to the general rate of growth for carnivorous plants. The drosera and nepenthes are the most vigorous plants, in comparison with the other carnivores (pinguicula, dionaea, sarracenia, utricularia). Here are some pictures to share.
A plugged-up pot filled with more carnivorous plants and water.
One of hardiest, though a bit slow, nepenthes hybrids ever, N. x dyeriana growing beautifully in my backyard.
Introducing a rare jewel into my collection, a heliamphora (Marsh Pitcher Plant) together with some sarracenias. Though it has a reputation of being one of the most difficult pitcher plant species (second only to Darlingtonia and Ultra-highland nepenthes), I have hope that it will survive here since a few people has got it to grow in lowland conditions. Do ignore the messy background; I still don't have time to rearrange and weed things out.