What happens when a S. x excellens hybrid goes rogue? S. 'Deep Throat' happens, and brings with it a broad pitcher, huge mouth, and wide lid. What a beaut!
Sarracenia leucophylla var. alba ‘Hurricane Creek White’
Sarracenia leucophylla var. alba is a gorgeous variety of leucophylla and ‘Hurricane Creek White’ is a large, robust cultivar. Unfortunately, the name ‘Hurricane Creek White’ is meant as a memorial to the land where these plants naturally grew before […]
Known as the cutthroat pitcher plant due to the distinct blood red throat blotch. The coloration and high density of nectar glands at this location on the pitcher act as a lure for hungry insects. It's no coincidence that the blotch is located right above the plant's mouth.
Sarracenia flava (bronze x coppertop)
As the name would suggest, Sarracenia flava (bronze x coppertop) is a hybrid pitcher plant. It takes two spectacular parents, S. flava bronze and S. flava coppertop, crosses them, and yields the fantasmagorical hybrid pitcher plant before you. Characteristics of both […]
Sarracenia flava var. flava
Sarracenia flava is commonly referred to as the Yellow Trumpet plant. This common name captures the essence of tall flowering stalks (visibly similar to the “tuning slide” of a trumpet) and pitchers (“bell” of a trumpet). Flowers have bright yellow petals and […]