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Trumpet Pitcher, Sarracenia 'Sarracenia (64)'

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The Sarracenia, or American Pitcher plant can be found naturally growing in North America. These carnivorous plants are one of the easiest to grow. Should you have a spot outside which will receive full sun and where you can provide the plants with good, clean water then you too can grow Sarracenia.

Sarracenia '64' is a hybrid crossed between:

S. Leucophylla Red & White very stock Autumn Pitcher Plant originally brought in by Dave Taylor, late 70's (Mking L64) (LE 44 RVL)


S. Purpurea ssp purpurea var heterophylls x S. Flava var Rubricorpora -- clate SX70 (CA)

Commonly grown in pots sitting in water, Sarracenia should never be allowed to dry out. Always keep pots in a few centimeters of water. If you have a number of plants you can place them all in a tray filled with water which you can top up as and when needed.

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    Beyond Magnificent

    Sarracenia have always been intriguing to me. And as much as I've loved the various colours, I've never really been wow'd by them. Until this magnificent specimen was delivered today. I am in absolute awe of its beauty. The intense dark red colour looks like it was blended with black velvet, giving that dark intense red a velvety glow and look. This plant is now without doubt, the pride and joy of my collection, and its quite an extensive collection. If you looking at this add it to your basket now before it sells out.

    Lee N.
    South Africa South Africa