Carnivorous Plants

Sarracenia “Tarnok”

S. leucophylla “Tarnok”
Perennial Carnivore

White hood with green and red veins is pointed and covers most of the opening. Grows in upright clumps. Large red flower sprays spring/summer.

Sarracenia alata

Perennial Carnivore

Commonly found in Mississippi bogs. Flared hood arches over the opening. Typically green with red veins in some plants. Grows upright in clumps.

Sarracenia flava

Perennial Carnivore

Flared hood arches over the opening. Prominent red veins. Grows in upright clumps.

Sarracenia flava hybrid

S. flava v. cuprea X S. flava v. ornata
Perennial Carnivore

Very attractive large yellow pitchers with red throat. Dormant in winter. Keep moist.

Sarracenia leucophylla

Perennial Carnivore

White hood with green and red veins is pointed and covers most of the opening. Grows in upright clumps. Large red flower sprays mid-summer.

Sarracenia minor

Perennial Carnivore

Distinct hood covers most of the opening. White dots on upper portions of pitcher throat. Grows in upright clumps.

Sarracenia oreophila

Perennial Carnivore

Rare Pitcher Plant from the hills inland in Alabama and Georgia. Has a long winter dormancy period. Can handle summer heat and will go dormant with winter freezes.

Sarracenia purpurea

Perennial Carnivore

Grows in splayed clumps. Outdoors it will change color with the seasons, starting in spring as a green pitcher turning red in summer and deep purple by late fall. Acidic soil, do not fertilize.

Sarracenia rubra

Perennial Carnivore

Hood is pointed and covers most of the opening. Grows in upright clumps. Outdoors it will change color with the seasons, starting in spring as a green pitcher turning yellow in summer, neon yellow in late fall and finally bright red in winter.

Sarracenia X excellens

S. leucophylla “Red” X S. minor “Okie Giant” Hybrid
Deciduous Perennial Carnivore

24″ tall erect pitchers. Reddish hood in full sun.

Sarracenia X readii

S. rubra X S. leucophylla
Perennial Carnivore

Grows in upright clumps. Large red flower sprays mid-summer. Keep moist with slightly to moderately acidic water.