North American pitcher plants are the easiest to grow, largest, most beautiful bug-eating plants. Because they are native to the Southeast United States, most varieties are cold-hardy to zero degrees Fahrenheit. You can grow them in a dish garden with sundew and venus flytrap or add them to your landscape in a BOG GARDEN or water feature.
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Sarracenia “abandoned hope”
Sarracenia alata “black-red 9501″ parent of great hybrids like “alata black x flava red”
Sarracenia alata “brokken″ very attractive, possible leuc x alata hybrid, very white flower
Sarracenia “alata black, flava red” Lois
Sarracenia “alata black x flava red” Max vigorous, copious leaves, all red in high light
Sarracenia alata “maroon throat”
Sarracenia alata “pubescens” x flava var. atropurpurea
Sarracenia alata “texas form” produces leaves earlier and later than other pitcher plants, large!
Sarracenia “bud wilkerson”
Sarracenia “carolina yellow jacket” purpurea x flava x rosea compact yellow-green, nice!
Sarracenia “dana’s delight” floppy spring pitchers, much larger hot pink fall pitchers
Sarracenia flava “JL416 “ medium height, clump-forming robust leaves
Sarracenia flava var. cuprea “JL405″ very red, elegant lid, yellow throat heavy venation
Sarracenia flava var. flava “JL406″ pointy lid
Sarracenia flava var. flava “JL438” big wavy lid, very special interior of throat. Very nice!
Sarracenia flava var. maxima “JL401″
Sarracenia flava var. ornata “JL402” very large growing, ornata/cuprea intergrade, undulating lid
Sarracenia flava var. ornata”JL431″ very heavy veined, probably flava x rubra primary hybrid
Sarracenia flava var. ornata “Prince George”, slow-growing very colorful
Sarracenia flava var. ornata “JL436”
Sarracenia flava var. ornata “JL439” very nice venation, down-turned perimeter of lid
Sarracenia flava var. ornata “LW5” very large robust pitchers, purple lip low light, rubricorpora colors in high light
Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora
Sarracenia flava var. rugelii mix of choice clones
Sarracenia “green frog” medium height very fast grower, clumping, delicate red lid edge
Sarracenia “johnny wilkerson” large pitchers, slow to divide
Sarracenia “judith hindle” fantastic leaves spring and summer
Sarracenia leucophlla “cronus” frog-shaped opening, quick grower, floppy spring pitchers typical of most white top cultivars
Sarracenia leucophylla “cronus” x (alata blk x flava red) Clone A very large growing, vigorous copper top
Sarracenia leucophylla “cronus” x (alata blk x flava red) Clone B spectacular color!
Sarracenia leucophylla “hurricane creek” various clones
Sarracenia leucophylla “super swamp ghost” spectacular fall pitchers fade to splotchy hot pink
Sarracenia leucophylla “tarnok” double-petal flower, strong spring leaves, great summer show
Sarracenia leucophylla x flava “Leah Wilkerson” very large, incredible colors
Sarracenia leucophylla x flava var. cuprea “just peachy” large strong grower, very reliable heavy veins, cuprea blush in bright light, orange flower
Sarracenia leucophylla x flava “White Knight” very large 3 inch opening, slow to divide, big summer show
Sarracenia “mega vigor leucophylla hybrid” great fall color, fragrant almost black flowers!
Sarracenia leucophylla “red rocket” very fat, 36 inch max height
Sarracenia leucophlla x rubra ssp. gulfensis very skinny pink pitchers, 2 ft max height, gorgeous flowers
Sarracenia minor var. okeefenokeensis
Sarracenia oreophila x (flava x leucophylla) very large clone by Victor Holland
Sarracenia “pink eye” plain-looking green and white leuc x alata hybrid. Older pitchers turn pink in mouth before dying.
Sarracenia psittacina x rubra ssp. gulfensis x rosea f. luteola 24″ max height, very vigorous, copious leaves, clumping
Sarracenia “red sky at dawn”
Sarracenia rubra “chocolate lip” 8″ tall, strong grower
Sarracenia rubra ssp wherryi very large fast-growing choice clone
Sarracenia rubra x alata 8 inch tall, very fast to divide, fantastic deep fall color
Sarracenia rubra x purpurea 8 inch tall, very large lids!
Sarracenia “santa rosa red” nice fall color red
Sarracenia “super swamp ghost OP clone A” extremely long-lasting pitchers saturate with pink in fall
Sarracenia “super swamp ghost OP clone b”
Sarracenia un-named hybrid #6 very large bright white, unknown parentage
Sarracenia un-named hybrid #9 large lid, medium height, clumping
Sarracenia un-named hybrid #15 red lipped flava!
Sarracenia un-named hybrid #18 medium height forms very attractive clumps, very large lid
Sarracenia un-named hybrid #24 striking white pattern, possible psittacina, minor complex hybrid
Sarracenia un-named hybrid #28 possible flava x (purpurea x flava) compact thick pitchers form striking clumps
Sarracenia un-named hybrid #29 cobra-esque minor hybrid
Sarracenia un-named hybrid #31 medium height very colorful, occasional unique raised veins
Sarracenia “willow creek”
Sarracenia “wilkerson’s red OP” medium height, elegant ruffle and color, more pink in fall