Does anyone have knowledge of the Minden Bog in southeast Michigan? I would like to hike this area this spring and wondered if anyone was familiar with it. Does it hold any of the native carnivorous plants and if so which ones? Thanks for any help. Ray
I think it might have sarracenia purpurea, but I don't think it has many. Michigan has sarracenia purpurea, a small number of drosera, and a few ultricularia. So you would have to really know where to look. Plus, this winter has been long, so there just might not be much to see.
Nothing compares to the joy of growing a plant from seed and watch it prosper.
Thanks sykosarah for the reply. I understand there is 8 species of carnivorous plants native to Michigan. It will be interesting to see how many I can locate! Until quite recently I wasnt even aware that we had any that would be native and present in Michigan. Looking to find someone in the state that is more knowledgeable about were I might look as we plan our summer vacation time.