- Sat Apr 10, 2021 8:41 pm
Here is my big pot (16 inch / 40 cm) of rosea's in bloom from 2018, before I divided them:
In the fall of 2019, I went rosea-crazy:
(The plant in the bottom-right is a Tattnall County purp.) Rosea's aren't fond of North Carolina's colder winters (especially when they're exposed to the weather), and the pitchers tend to die off. They come back fine in late spring.
In the fall of 2020, I went purp-happy:
(The plant in the bottom-center is a rosea division from the blooming pic). I like the tubby little pitchers, and the plants are very spunky.
I got the original plant from Steve Crump in Charlotte, NC back in 2004. I've divided this pot 3 times over the years and gotten a huge number of divisions from it.