Hybridized from high-altitude Indonesian species. Prefers warm days and cool evenings.
P. agnate x moctezumae
Long narrow leaves form a pointy tip. Fast growing, bright pink flowers.
P. agnata X (P. moranensis X P. ehlersiae)
Hybrid species, Evergreen Carnivore
Sticky leaves trap bugs like flypaper, digest insects within 24 hours. Stays green in winter, indoor or outdoor. Do not water over the leaves.
P. moranensis X P. ehlersiae
Broad flat leaves are sticky, trap bugs like flypaper. Green leaves with rosy highlights. Do not water over the leaves. Grow in peat, sand and pumice. Keep moist most of the year, but allow soil to slightly dry out in winter before watering when dormant.
Carnivorous plant best grown in indirect light or part sun with high humidity. Keep soil wet in summer abd dry in winter.
Narrow, strappy leaves are sticky, trap bugs like flypaper. Purple flowers. Do not water over the leaves. Grow in peat, sand and pumice. Keep moist most of the year, but allow soil to slightly dry out in winter before watering when dormant.
Narrow succulent leaves for a sticky rosette. Generally catch ants.
Attractive rosettes. Sticky leaves trap bugs like flypaper. Pale purple trumpet-shaped flowers. Stays green in winter, indoor or outdoor. Do not water over the leaves.
S. purpurea ssp. venosa v. burkii X S. flava
Very attractive large pitchers with strong veining. Dormant in winter. Keep moist.
Sarracenia (alata × psittacina) × minor var. okefenokeensis
Distinct hood covers most of the opening. White dots on upper portions of green and red pitcher throat. Hybridized at University of North Carolina at Charlotte Botanical Gardens.
Grows in upright clumps. Large red flower sprays mid-summer. Keep moist with slightly to moderately acidic water.
S. leucophylla X S. willisii
Pink hood with red veins is pointed and ruffled and covers most of the opening. Grows in upright clumps. Tall fluted pitchers are green at the base.
Arching hood over highly veined pitchers. Distilled water only. Plant in peat/sand. Dormant below 30F, Hardy to 0F. Needs winter dormant period or will be short-lived.
S. rosea “Fat Chance”
S. leucophylla “Hurricane Creek White”
Frilled traps, turn increasing red through the summer, stunningly vibrant by fall. Dormant below 45F. Needs winter dormant period or will be short-lived.
S. leucophylla X (S. rubra X S. psittacina)
Frilled white hoods. Distinct white-spotted markings. Grows in upright clumps.
S. purpurea X S. leucophylla X S. psittacina
Frilled hoods. Strong maroon and white veining in full sun. Grows in tight clumps of upright pitchers.
S. oreophila “Sand Mountain” X S. “Royal Ruby”
The same cross as the better known Sarracenia ‘Reptilian Rose’, but a different selection.
Large red-veined red-lipped pitchers.
Low-lying hybrid with angled leaves and prominent red veins. Cold hardy, dormant in winter if outside – best grown outdoor.
S. purpurea hybrid