Picture of Sarracenia minor - The Hooded Pitcher

Sarracenia minor - The Hooded Pitcher


Unusual hooded traps to about 12 inches in height, with white ‘windows’ on the rear of the pitcher. A giant form, var. okeefenokeensis from the Okeefenokee Swamp produces pitchers to 3 feet. Small yellow flowers are produced in the spring.
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Picture of var minor, Dorchester Co., South Carolina
var minor, Dorchester Co., South Carolina

A beautiful example of of the typical form of the species, this clone turns a stunning red colour late in the season.

SOLD OUT FOR NOW.


£9.00
Picture of var minor, Waycross Georgia
var minor, Waycross Georgia

Another lovely var minor, and again this form turns an orange red colour in the late summer.

SOLD OUT FOR NOW.


£9.00
Picture of var. okeefenokeensis – Waycross, Ware Co., GA
var. okeefenokeensis – Waycross, Ware Co., GA

From wild seed so these are variable.


£10.00
Picture of var. okeefenokeensis – The Hooded Pitcher, small
var. okeefenokeensis – The Hooded Pitcher, small

This is the giant variant of the species.


£10.00
Picture of var. minor - Green Form, Fargo, Georgia
var. minor - Green Form, Fargo, Georgia

A pale form of the species which produces orange topped pitchers later in the season. Not of course to be confused with the ultra rare all green anthocyanin free plant. Beautiful!


£10.00
Picture of var. minor - Large Form, N. Florida
var. minor - Large Form, N. Florida

A large colourful, stocky clone from Northern Florida.


£10.00
Picture of var. okeefenokeensis – Specimen plant
var. okeefenokeensis – Specimen plant

These are specimen sized divisions of a plant I was given as a seedling in about '87. It's a real monster, and I've had it hit nearly 3 feet before. When you consider that the lower portion of the leaves are under the soil surface with this species, you have a leaf that can approach four feet!

THIS SIZE SOLD OUT FOR 2018


£25.00