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Put a lid on it!

 

"Put a lid on it!"

While this might make a great caption for this insect eating plant, I thought it might be fun to see what the rest of my readers can come up with. This picture of nepenthes alata (Carnivorous Pitcher Plant), taken at the Seattle Conservatory, has a name that does not do justice to the image. 

Nepenthes Alata

 

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Charles Buell, Real Estate Inspections in Seattle

 

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Comment balloon 16 commentsCharles Buell • November 12 2012 06:59AM
Put a lid on it!
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"Put a lid on it! " While this might make a great caption for this insect eating plant, I thought it might be fun to see what the rest of my readers can come up with. This picture of nepenthes alata (Carnivorous Pitcher Plant)… more
Up close and personal at the Seattle Conservatory
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I have had a long standing love affair with the Seattle Conservatory in Volunteer Park. The first time I visited was in 1965 with my Dad and the place got under my skin and stayed there. Built in 1912, the Conservatory is now 100 years… more
The fireplace is ROARING!! ----so why is my butt so cold?
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Perhaps one of the single most “expendable” components of a home today is the solid masonry chimney In new construction they are almost entirely absent----even on very high-end homes. They have gi ven way, to any number of cheaper… more
The Conservatory, Volunteer Park, Seattle, WA
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In another one of my shameless promotions of one of my favorite places in S eattle, I thought I would share some recent pictures. What is a Seattle Home Inspector to do when they finish their inspection and there is no report… more
Japanese Garden, Seattle, WA
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Along with the Conservatory (and not too far from each other), there is another very cool place in Seattle to visit---whether you are playing tourist or live here all the time---called the Japanese Garden at the Washington Park… more
Eaten alive at The Conservatory, Volunteer Park, Seattle, WA!
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One of my favorite places in all of Seattle is the Conservatory at Volunteer Park. My earliest memories of the Conservatory were when I visited it with my dad in 1965----when he was giving a lecture to the American Gloxinia… more