In the same place as a month ago, but now grown to a clump:
It’s a Nepenthes.
Pretty sure it’s a Nepenthes mirabilis, which is common across southeast Asia. Yes, that makes it exotic here, but it’s very picky, so Continue reading
First I’ve seen in the wild in these woods in more than forty years: a pitcher plant.
Presumably Sarracenia minor Walter. Continue reading