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. okeefenokeensis – The Hooded Pitcher, small
var. okeefenokeensis – The Hooded Pitcher, small

This is the giant variant of the species.


£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
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 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.


£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.


£9.00
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. 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