These are the American Pitcher Plants, temperate carnivores with brightly colored trumpet-shaped trapping leaves. Great for locations with full sun and lovers of moisture, these plants do well in bog gardens or outdoor patio collections. The majority of plants available here are grown outdoors most of the year, fully acclimated to very strong sun and low humidity.
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S. oreophila x alata -$30
Though received labeled as S. oreophila x flava, the nature of the plant leaves it unquestionable that, while oreophila is clearly one parent, alata feeds much into the appearance. While not the flashiest plant, this is one of the fastest growing that I have, and sends up a plethora of curvy, green pitchers with intricate red veins in the interior every year. Available divisions are large plants, with 3+ growth points.
S. oreophila "North Sound" x purpurea "Giant #1" -$20
A very easy-growing and hardy hybrid between two fairly cold-tolerant species, this cross produces dense clumps of upright but tubby pitchers bearing broad hoods and colors that range from pastel greens and oranges with minimal or no veining to heavily veined in deep reds and purples, often with a notable throat blush. Smaller plants are $20, larger $35; all currently are seed-grown, each one unique.