I found a dried up Sarracenia flower/seed pod on my lawn. I don't know how it got there, whether it was a critter or the wind, I simply don't know. Upon opening it, it appeared that it was a dud until two potentially viable seeds emerged. Only two. I have no idea what mother plant these seeds came from, much less which questionable father was involved.
If anyone would like to give them a shot, you're more than welcome to them.
As an assurance that you at least get something that will grow, I'll include a portion of my freshly harvested D. filiformis var Floridana "Florida Red, White Flower". I may even have a pod of D. capensis "Redrum" x self to include as well, but no promises. If I can include it, it will be an entire pod, not just seeds as it is still drying out.
The Sarracenia will need stratification, the filiformis (and potential capensis) will not.
Quick giveaway, draw in about 24 hours as long as I can remember to do it.
Normal format, no number three.
Open to all members.
I'll cover postage.