Sarracenia purpurea ssp. purpurea (SG) Bare-Root
Sarracenia purpurea ssp. purpurea is the hardiest of all the Sarracenia taxa. It ranges all the way from New Jersey and deep into Canada. It differs from it's Southern subspecies, venosa, with it's shiny, waxy looking pitchers and the collar is generally less ruffled and slightly more pinched towards the mouth.
Sun: Full sun outdoors
Water: Always sitting in at least two inches of distilled or purified water
Temperature: 20 degrees - 80 degrees, can even take temperatures from freezing to 100 degrees but only for short periods
Dormancy: All Sarracenia require a winter dormancy starting in October and ending in February. Many of the pitchers will turn brown and die back during this time. Leave them outdoors in full sun, sitting in distilled water during this period. If you live in an area that snows; over winter them indoors on a sunny windowsill in an unheated room or garage. Still sitting in full sun and distilled water.