I'll be helping BBC film "Deadly 60" in Spring up in the Panhandle area, but will gladly show you some S. minor bogs in my area (north of Orlando, Fl.) in July, along with some Heliamphora if you like....no not 'in situ'! ;D
Contact me privately to set precise times that you'll be in my area.....
We'll be there between July 6th and July 20th and will first rent a house in the Rotunda near Portcharlotte, then we'll pick another house (not chosen yet) either near Gainesville or Jacksonville. There seems to have very few houses for rent available around Gainesville so I am currently checking the offers for Jacksonville.
My aim would be to visit the Apalachicola for one day or two days but it is not clear to me where the Sarracenia are located exactly. The Apalachicola is a big area and I cannot affort to go deep in the western part of the Panhandle since it would mean too much time in the car to reach the Sarracenia places.
Could someone please contact me privately to give me a couple of locations in the Apalachicola that I could easily reach? This is a family vacation and I would love to introduce my kids and wife to those American natives. Of course, if would be more fun if a local CP enthusiast could join us.
Brian, I'd love to see those Sarracenia minor bogs with you. Hope to hear from you soon!
Also, I'd be more than happy to meet any CP enthusiast during this Florida trip!
We are going to spend the two following weeks roaming the natural sites of this part of the USA. The trip is absolutely not arnivorous plants focused but of course, I'll find a way to observe some of the native insect eating plants that Florida is famous here. I should spend a day in the Panhandle whether the family is ready to follow or not ;-)) Hence, expect many field reports on my blog. They will treat differetn subsjects like plants, of course, but also animals, landscapes and also casual observations.