North American Pitcher Plant (Sarracenia)

  • Sold By: JerseyDevilCarnivorousPlants
    Sarracenia leucophylla var. alba "White back" is an impressive specimen of the white-topped pitcher plant with an extended section of white pigmentation along its back side. This variety has strong white upper pitchers that extended inches lower than the typical white coloration along the back side. This is a very impressive specimen! Size options: Small- Juvenile, may or may not have adult pitchers Medium- Adult pitchers, may or may not be of flowering size Large- Adult pitchers, of flowering size and may have 1 or more growth points.
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    Sarracenia "Super green giant x purpurea montana" is a complex hybrid that looks like a skinnier, slightly hooded purple pitcher plant! This variety is quite colorful with muted reds, oranges, yellows and greens present throughout the year, solid venation and a unique pitcher shape. While it grows more upright than purple pitcher plants, it is still short in the same vein. Fans of Sarracenia purpurea will enjoy this variety. Size options: Small- Juvenile, may or may not have adult pitchers Medium- Adult pitchers, may or may not be of flowering size Large- Adult pitchers, of flowering size and may have 1 or more growth points.
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    Sarracenia leucophylla var. alba (Rod's favorite x Dipped Lip) is a fantastic white topped pitcher plant specimen with strongly white pigmented upper pitchers. This specimen is a vigorous grower with outstanding white tops that are comparable to the much sought after 'Hurricane Creek White' variety of S. leucophylla. Size options: Small- Juvenile, may or may not have adult pitchers Medium- Adult pitchers, may or may not be of flowering size Large- Adult pitchers, of flowering size and may have 1 or more growth points.
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    Sarracenia rubra ssp. wherryi "Chatom giant". A pubescent, taller pitcher plant that is otherwise very similar to Sarracenia rubra originating from Chatom, Alabama. This variety obtains a nice red coloration and venation while also achieving taller than average height compared to other S. rubra varieties reaching up to about 2 feet tall. Size options: Small- Juvenile, may or may not have adult pitchers Medium- Adult pitchers, may or may not be of flowering size Large- Adult pitchers, of flowering size and may have 1 or more growth points.
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    Sarracenia x "Turtle Mouth" is a complex hybrid Sarracenia x [purpurea x (Psitacina x rubra)]. This variety turns nearly solid red with yellowed lids and good venation. The mouth is pointed like its namesake. It's a bit of shorter trumpet pitcher plant that tops out about 1 foot tall with a unique, quirky pitcher shape. Size options: Small- Juvenile, may or may not have adult pitchers Medium- Adult pitchers, may or may not be of flowering size Large- Adult pitchers, of flowering size and may have 1 or more growth points.
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    Sarracenia x "Doreen's Colossus" is a hybrid (Flava x Oreophila) cultivar of EPIC proportions! My mother pot has not even reached her full potential and the largest pitchers this season produced a leaf lid as large as my palm...If you needed something in your collection to stand out, literally, then look no further! Size options: Small- Juvenile, may or may not have adult pitchers Medium- Adult pitchers, may or may not be of flowering size Large- Adult pitchers, of flowering size and may have 1 or more growth points.
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    A Mike W. clone, this species is visually similar to the northern and southern varieties of purple pitcher plant, this variety is considered to be a separate species. It is the only Sarracenia to produce pink flowers. S. rosea grows short, stout and tubby pitchers with absolutely jaw dropping colors varying from light yellow-green to shades of pink and purple, every season is the best season for this species! Size options (bareroot): Small- Juvenile, may or may not have adult pitchers Medium- Adult pitchers, may or may not be of flowering size Large- Adult pitchers, of flowering size and may have 1 or more growth points.
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    This classic hybrid grows interestingly tube shaped red pitchers with white dots interspersed over the surface. Small for a Sarracenia, but the perfect size to stand alongside your purple or parrot pitcher plants, sundews, and Venus fly traps! Size options (bareroot): Small- Juvenile, may or may not have adult pitchers Medium- Adult pitchers, may or may not be of flowering size Large- Adult pitchers, of flowering size and may have 1 or more growth points.
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    Sarracenia psittacina, the Parrot Pitcher plant. A really unique species of Sarracenia which uses lobster pot style traps with light windows to capture prey! This specimen is quite typical of the species, and is easy to grow, capable of rich colors, and divides regularly! This clone likes to produce dense clumps of shapely pitchers and multiple growth points. Size options (bareroot): Small- Juvenile, may or may not have adult pitchers Medium-Adult pitchers, may or may not be of flowering size Large- Adult pitchers, of flowering size and may have 1 or more growth points.
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    The classic American Yellow Trumpet Pitcher Plant. This species grows tall, slender pitchers and is available in many varieties. The "typical" form is a tall green pitcher and may have some red coloration or veins in the throat or lead lid. You will receive 1 plant, bareroot. Size options: Small- Juvenile, may or may not have adult pitchers Medium- Adult pitchers, may or may not be of flowering size Large- Adult pitchers, of flowering size and may have 1 or more growth points.
  • Sold By: JerseyDevilCarnivorousPlants
    I have an interesting complex hybrid up for sale. I received this plant as "Sarracenia (purpurea heterophylla x moorei)". This hybrid looks like a typical Catesbei IMO. Spring pitchers tend to look green with red veins, but in the summer and fall the upper tube turns a dark crimson with excellent veination on the inner hood. Cold hardy and will survive outdoors without overwinter protection. Size options: Small- Juvenile, may or may not have adult pitchers Medium-Adult pitchers, may or may not be of flowering size Large- Adult pitchers, of flowering size and may have 1 or more growth points.  
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    A typical Sarracenia purpurea subsp. purpurea (Northern Purple Pitcher Plant) with green, veined traps in the spring and summer, dark or light maroon traps in the fall. Leaves persist for multiple years and plant divides readily. This is the northern variety of pitcher plant and will survive outdoors with no winter protection!!! (I live in climate zone 7A) Size options: Small- Juvenile, may or may not have adult pitchers Medium-Adult pitchers, may or may not be of flowering size Large- Adult pitchers, of flowering size and may have 1 or more growth points.
  • Sale! Sold By: Feff's Fantastical Botanicals
    Sarracenia 'Black Widow' is a killer cultivar pitcher plant from the gardens of Phil Faulisi. It's a primary hybrid between alata black throat x flava red (a rubicorpora) pitcher plants with 2.5 ft+ tall pitchers that start off a heavily veined red color, and turn a deep purple with age and bright light. The plant is very hearty, and I grow it outdoors in Southern California where it has withstood 115+ degree weather and little-to-no humidity. In a greenhouse, this thing would be a monster! Plants for sale are mature and ship bare root. If purchased outside of dormancy, I may have to trim pitchers in order to fit them in shipping boxes. I keep shipping simple by charging a $10 flat rate to the continental US regardless of how many plants you purchase from me. Happy growing!

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