Picture of Sarracenia psittacina - The Parrot Pitcher

Sarracenia psittacina - The Parrot Pitcher


Bizarre, prostrate pitchers, forming burgundy clumps. This plant has a trap similar in design to a lobster pot, and catches mainly crawling insects. It produces its red flowers infrequently compared to other species, and is fairly constant throughout its range, except for all green anthocyanin free forms, which produce yellow flowers, and a giant form.
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Picture of The Parrot Pitcher, Typical form
The Parrot Pitcher, Typical form

An unusual and not particularly variable species, typically brightly coloured.


£9.00
Picture of Wewahatchika, Florida
Wewahatchika, Florida

An interesting form with a pink/orange flower.


£9.50
Picture of Ocilla, Irwin Co., Georgia
Ocilla, Irwin Co., Georgia

£9.50
Large Red Plant, Miramar Beach, FL

 A nice brightly coloured form.


£9.50
Picture of Sandy Creek Road, Bay Co., FL
Sandy Creek Road, Bay Co., FL

 Brightly coloured and vigourous plants.


£9.50
Picture of Harrison Co., Mississippi
Harrison Co., Mississippi

£9.50
Appalachicola, Florida

£9.50
Picture of f. viridescens
f. viridescens

 The all green anthocyanin free form. These plants turn a bright yellow as the season progresses.


£9.50
f. viridescens - Wewahatchicka, FL

 An example of the all green anthocyanin free plant from Wewahatchicka, FL.


£9.50