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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.

Sarracenia hybrids

Sarracenia hybrids
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  1. Sarracenia x catesbaei
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    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
  2. Sarracenia leucophylla x oreophila
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    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
    As low as $29.95
  3. Sarracenia x "Daina's Delight"
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    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
    As low as $39.95
  4. Sarracenia x 'Leah Wilkerson'
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    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
    As low as $64.95
  5. S. x swaniana (minor x purpurea) "Ntombi"
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    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
    As low as $19.95
  6. S. x "Cheruwa"
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    "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
    As low as $19.95
  7. S. mitchelliana (leucophylla x rosea) "Khayakazi"
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    "Khayakazi" is a select naturally occurring hybrid between S. leucophylla and S. rosea, known as S. mitchelliana, that makes beautiful red, pink, and white pitchers with ruffles. Learn More
    As low as $19.95
  8. Sarracenia flava var. atropurpurea x leucophylla 'dark pink' Okaloosa Co, FL
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    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
    As low as $99.95
  9. S. areolata 'flop top' Washington Co, AL
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    A rare, naturally occurring hybrid with incredible colors and unusual shape! If you like overly exaggerated lids that droop over the mouth, this is the clone for you! Learn More
    As low as $74.95
  10. Sarracenia 'Tapestry'
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    An incredible registered cultivar created by Karen Oudean! This clone is the result of crossing an oreophila with a purpurea hybrid. Learn More
    As low as $44.95
  11. Sarracenia 'Royal Ruby'
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    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
  12. Sarracenia 'Green Monster'
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    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
    As low as $74.95
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