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By michijake
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I visited this nature preserve this week and of course made a bee line for the sarracenia. Interestingly, the plants aren’t native to the area (d. rotundifolia is the only native carnivore and I didn’t see any) and apparently were introduced after WWII. One of the signs even said that the purpureas are threatening to be invasive!

Being in the mountains delays the growing season for everything there so these were just starting to put up flower stalks, meaning most of these are old pitchers.

It was definitely a cool place though - highly recommend if you’re ever in the area!
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