Saturday, January 5, 2013

Pitcher Plant

My SIL gave me this weirdly unique plant for Christmas....I do like how different looking it is.

Now let me see if I can use my iPad to blog with (a challenge for myself) .... However....my old laptop is tried and true for me.

This iPad is a new way to have communication while resting on the couch
.......................and it also helps with my hands dexterity while tapping along.


14 comments:

My Journey With Candida said...

I have never seen a pitcher plant, but I like it!!

By the way, you are doing great with your IPad!! I might have to get me one of those.

Ann Marie Golombeski said...

I have never seen a pitcher plant, very cool! Good luck with the ipad! I'm sure you will love it!

Are We There Yet! said...

That is cool!! Those things hanging off it does look like pitchers.

Karen said...

What the heck are those things hanging off the plant?

Ginny said...

They have a cavity filled with liquid and they catch small insects. This is a nice big one!

The Elephant's Child said...

What an amazing looking plant. Is it like the pitcher plants I know, carniverous?

SueAnn Lommler said...

Love the plant..fabulous!
Hugs
SueAnn

diane b said...

That is a neat gift. Which app do you use for blogging on your iPad? I tried blogpress and didn't like it but now I'm going to try Blogger next. At the moment I prefer my laptop because all my photos are on it.

Sandra said...

selby gardens here has a ton of these and i love them and would love to have one. when i visit the gardens they are my favorite plant to photograph. a wonderful gift.

Helene Titsch said...

So that's a pitcher plant! UNIQUE! and weird...LOL

Clare said...

Wow I have never seen a pitcher plant what a wonderful looking plant.

Small Kucing said...

we have it here. Good for catching insects

R.Ramakrishnan said...

Hi Kim
Beautiful plant. Regarding i-Pad it may appear very difficult and complicated but will turn out to be simple & easy and become your best and indispensable companion soon.
Warm Regards Ram

Aries said...

Few years back this plant was in demand in Malaysia. Due to "Fung Shui" and the name of the plant in Chinese sounds like auspicious. It was selling like hot cakes during Chinese New Year. Someone once told me that you have to fill those hanging pockets with water every now and then. It traps insects.

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