the next location, Mark took us to should have the first Dionaea. The first thing we found there were some S. flava and S. purpurea:
It was obvious, that this area has been recently burned. The result was, that the plants have just started emerging, and so the Dionaea were producing the first leaves after the fire.
It was really interesting to see how well the plants are adapted to fire. Another really interesting plant is the so called long leaf pine, Pinus palustris. It's really well adapted to fires, as well.
Mark also showed us some Pinguicula lutea, saddly without flowers:
To me, Drosera intermedia was really impressing there. I have never before seen such large plants of that species!
After driving some time, we arrived at another location. It has not burned there, so the plants were all more or less covered by gras. Without their flowers, it would have been quite hard to find them: