sarraceniapurpurea

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    A Sarracenia purpurea ssp. purpurea (Northern Purple Pitcher Plant) originating from Huron County, Ontario (Canada). Grows on the smaller side of S. purpurea range with shapely, colorful pitchers. Ranges from light green to orange and red with yellow-greens blended in and moderate venation. 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.
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    A Sarracenia purpurea ssp. purpurea (Northern Purple Pitcher Plant) that grows huge, clumping traps. Colors change over the season from richly colored veined traps in the spring and summer, with dark maroon traps in the fall. The tag has long since been lost unfortunately, and I simply call this my "Giant clone". 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.
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    Sarracenia purpurea ssp. venosa "Tattnal County, GA" originates from a population of gorgeously colored and unique southern purple pitcher plants! What's interesting about this population is that it is considered the southernmost population of Sarracenia purpurea ssp. venosa. The colors here are what truly stand out. Spring colors tend to start out with green, boldly veined pitchers and age into ornately veined crimson pitchers. Let me tell you, in a tray of mixed purps, you can tell Tattnal's from a mile away in the best way possible. I imagine that this population of plants will become a staple in carnivorous collections! 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 purpurea var. montana "Transylvania, NC. Clone A" is a variety of Southern Purple Pitcher Plant native to the Appalachian mountains of the Carolinas with the leaf lids curled inwards. This is a very gorgeous and vigorous clone, with nearly solid red bodies and heavily veined, bright green leaf lids in the spring, before turning solid red-purple in the fall! All clones are genetically identical. 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 purpurea ssp. venosa var. montana "Greenville, SC" is a variety of Southern Purple Pitcher Plant native to the Appalachian mountains of the Carolinas. The population from Greenville, South Carolina has slight shape differences in pitchers than other mountain or southern purple pitcher plants. The leaf lid "hunches forward" a bit, at least that's what I see. I have a few different clones, photos are representative of the typical look of this variety, but your exact clone may vary a bit. 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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    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.

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