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American Pitcher Plant (Sarracenia) Hybrids

Sarracenia x 'Judith Hindle'

American pitcher plant species can hybridize to create amazing, beautiful and fantastic Sarracenia like the famous 'Judith Hindle' pictured at left.  These plants are easy to grow; outdoors in full sun for most of the year, always sitting in a saucer of distilled water.  They will reward you with plentiful pitchers that catch an absurd amount of insects each summer!  They do go dormant in winter and the pitchers will turn brown and die back to the base of the plant only to double in size again in spring.


Key to Plant Codes:

Plant Sizes Propagation Method

S: small, young plants, with summer leaves 2 - 3" high

M: medium plants 3 - 7" high

L: larger, nearly mature or mature plants 7 - 15" and up

SG = Seed Grown, these hybrids can be variable

VC = Vegetative Clone produced by division or tissue culture, they are exact duplicates of the named clone

DIV = Division from a larger plant