NOTE: All of Mike Wang's Sarracenia pitcher plants are shipped bare root. FTS offers potted options. If you don't see the option you want, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarracenia, or North American pitcher plants, are native to the United States and Canada with most species being native to the southeastern US. As such, Sarracenia can be grown outdoors in most areas of the US and make beautiful potted plants on decks and patios.
S. x swaniana is a rare but naturally occurring hybrid between S. minor and S. purpurea. This select clone, "Ntombi", has hoods that emerge with bright orange coloration and progress in color to become very dark maroon, reminiscent of a monk's hood - a very cool plant! Learn More
"Cheruwa" is a complex hybrid using S. rosea as one of the parents, crossed with two other purpurea variants. This crossing creates one very giant purpurea! It's a really nice and super vigorous plant, beautiful colors and massive. Learn More
S. leucophylla "FTS Lighthouse" is a white-topped pitcher plant with dark red coloration on the hood and neck that results in uniquely shaped "windows" that make it stand out from the crowd! After releasing quite a number of Dionaea clones over the years, this is FlytrapStore's first named Sarracenia clone to be released! Learn More
S. leucophylla 'Schnell's Ghost' is a famous white-top pitcher plant cultivar with ghostly white pitchers, without any red coloration. This outstanding plant was collected by Don Schnell in the summer of 1972, and is a highly sought-after clone still to this day! Learn More
This beautiful plant is a hybrid cross between Sarracenia flava and Sarracenia purpurea. This particular clone has hands-down the most remarkable and gorgeous Sarracenia flowers in our collection. They are bright pink and HUGE! This makes the plant absolutely stunning in the spring and the pitchers are retained well into winter. Learn More
We have nicknamed this particular hybrid "pot buster" because it grows so vigorously and large that it often breaks through its pot before we can get it repotted! S. leucophylla x oreophila is a giant pitcher plant by any measure. It develops huge, wide-mouth pitchers up to 3-inches across that start off with just a bit of white windowing from the leucophylla genetics, and then, as the pitchers age, they develop a nice purple coloration in the back of the throat. Pitchers get up over 30-inches in height too! It is simply a gorgeous and super vigorous giant Sarracenia!! Learn More
Whoa! Is that color for real on that Sarracenia?!! Yes, yes it is :) That's often how the conversation goes when someone sees a healthy Sarracenia x "Daina's Delight" for the first time. The hot pink coloration of the upper pitcher and hood make this one immediately stand out in any collection -- a must-have plant! Pitchers on a mature plant can top 24 inches (2 feet) in height. Learn More
S. flava var. ornata "light vening" is a gorgeous variety of Sarracenia flava. This particular clone exhibits "light veining" and can produce pitchers over 30 inches in height with beautiful red veining running the length of the pitchers and into the hood. It also has a very distinctive dark red sploch on the throat of the pitcher. It's a real eye catcher! Learn More
Sarracenia 'Leah Wilkerson' is a naturally occurring hybrid of S. leucophylla and S. flava worthy of a spot in every collection! With its tall and large pitchers, S. x 'Leah Wilkerson' was easily spotted when discovered by Brooks Garcia in 2002 on the Wilkerson bog in Walton County, Florida. Pitchers were recorded at over 50 inches tall and averaged around 36 inches on the wild growing specimen. It can reach those proportions in cultivation too with adequate space and good care! NOTE: Some of the plants up for grabs in spring 2022 have pitchers that measure 40 inches tall!!! Learn More
An extremely vigorous white-topped pitcher plant, Sarracenia leucophylla AJ01 produces very large and wide pitchers with colorfully red-veined "wavy" lids. AJ01 is a must-have for any Sarracenia lover! Learn More
An incredible, naturally occurring moorei with location data that produces both amazing spring and fall traps! Interestingly, at least in our climate here in Northern California, the largest, most colorful traps are produced during late spring. Learn More
Buy one large Sarracenia bulb for $9.95, two for $14.95 or three for $19.95. Most species in my collection are Sarracenia flava, leucophylla, flava rubricorpa, or other complex hybrids. You will receive a random plant of my choosing guaranteed to be very large! Plants will be shipped bare root and are dormant so they currently have no pitchers. Learn More
We are the original source of all black-veined flava clones from Bulloch Co, GA in the US. There are lots of spinoffs in the market of inferior quality. The clone offered is a genuine division of the original black veined flava from Bulloch Co, GA and comes from a site that was destroyed in Aug. 2012, so it now only exists in cultivation. Truly a genetic goldmine, the heavy, crystal clear black vein trait has dominated many seedlings in many different crosses. This clone is a proven breeder and is the parent of many highly sought-after cultivars! Learn More
A rare and highly sought-after atropurpurea clone with location data! This clone can turn solid red from head to toe under optimal conditions! Decent vigor and easy to grow, the trick to getting all red traps is to keep nutrients in the soil low, keep the plant undisturbed/undivided for at least a full growing season, give the plant blasting full sun, and during the winter dormancy period up until spring, keep all old remaining leaves that are still alive ON the plant, don't chop them off! Any part of the leaf that is brown (typically, the tips of the old leaves) should be chopped off. Once the plant has produced 2-3 brand new traps in the spring, the previous year's old leaves that are still green can be chopped off. Learn More
Arguably the best looking/most shapely clone from this population, the highly sought-after S. flava var. rubricorpora 'Burgundy' Liberty Co, FL has a solid red body, yellow lid, and red blotch on the throat under optimal conditions. The trick to achieving optimal color potential is to keep nutrients in the soil low, keep the plant undisturbed/undivided for at least a full growing season, give the plant blasting full sun, and during the winter dormancy period up until spring, keep all old remaining leaves that are still alive ON the plant, don't chop them off! Any part of the leaf that is brown (typically, the tips of the old leaves) should be chopped off. Once the plant has produced 2-3 brand new traps in the spring, the previous year's old leaves that are still green can be chopped off. Learn More
These plants are solid red from head to toe under optimal conditions! One of the most sought after variants on the planet, and it's extremely hard to come by genuine, high-quality genetics like these! This isn't some random atropurpurea, out of many different atropurpurea clones in the collection, we crossed our best mother plants with each other and grew close to a dozen different batches of seeds. Learn More
Here's your chance to acquire some rare genetics! This mix of clones contains regular forms, red forms, and even possibly gigantic clones! Divisions are literally from the plants in the pictures! Learn More
Here's a standout, vigorous registered cultivar that produces solid red traps under optimal conditions. This clone originated from wild-collected seed and was selected by Tom Cahill at UC Davis. He grew out a large batch of seedlings and this one stood out of the crowd for its vigor and color! Learn More
The most sought-after, wild-type red leucophylla clone on the planet, and arguably, the best looking one out there! This proven breeder clone has fathered and mothered some incredible hybrids and we have yet to take this clone to its fullest breeding potential! Each plant offered has two main growth points!! Learn More
Exclusive offer! One of our darkest rubricorporas in the collection crossed with one of the most sought after, "looker" rubricorporas. You can't find these quality, super dark rubricorpora genetics anywhere else! Here's ultimate dark, it gets a purplish-black color, check out the other "regular" rubricorporas in the same exact tray for comparison. And here's BurgundyLearn More
EXCLUSIVE OFFER! Very rare in cultivation, only a few people in the world have this clone! This GIANT clone was selected out of several hundred for its ability to form large "heads" and really massive clumps over time! As the name suggests, this clone grows really fast compared to other clones, and the traps are quite shapely as well.
Out of hundreds of seedlings, this clone stood out of the crowd for its unique shaped traps and incredible color! When the traps first open, they are bright red, but under ideal conditions, as they age, they can turn a dark purple color! Learn More
EXCLUSIVE OFFER! - This is one of the rarest, most unique alba clones on the planet! It sticks out of the crowd because the very white coloration on the exterior of the trap can stretch 2" or even more down the trap! No other alba clone in cultivation can do this as far as we know! These unique genetics have not been extensively bred with, and very few collectors have this clone.
A proven, stunning, deep pink leucophylla clone that has been in cultivation for some time now, but is still quite uncommon in collections! This clone is also a proven breeder and has produced many highly desirable hybrids: the pink coloration is dominant in many crosses! Learn More
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What do you get when you cross the absolute most sought after red leucophylla clone on the planet with an extremely rare, high-quality red leucophylla clone from a different location? Pure bliss, ladies and gentlemen, pure bliss! Learn More
'Blood in the Snow' is an incredible, naturally occurring hybrid that originated from the wild! We are not sure if this is a complex hybrid involving multiple different species or a primary hybrid between two different species, but we suspect leucophylla, alata, and possibly rubra wherryi were involved in making this plant! For sure, there's leucophylla in it. Learn More
A highly desirable registered cultivar that originated from the wild! Royal Ruby is a proven breeder plant and has produced multiple, jaw-dropping cultivars! This clone is assumed to be a moorei, or flava x leucophylla, but given its color, there may be another species mixed in somewhere down the line. Learn More
Here's a cross between two very rare varieties: an anthocyanin free minor crossed with an anthocyanin free leucophylla! Ideal for both amateurs and serious collectors! This clone historically sells out quickly and is in high demand, so don't miss this opportunity!! Learn More
Exclusive offer! Here is your chance to acquire one of the most sought-after variants of Darlingtonia out there! This is a genetically red variant, meaning even under slightly lower than optimal light conditions during the fall when other Darlingtonia variants will remain green, these can still turn red! Learn More