Plants for Sale


 

We offer a limited selection of carnivorous plants for sale, with availability varying with the season. Our current offerings are below. Please see "The Ordering Process" page for more information.

(Most recent update: November 3, 2021)


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- recommended for beginners
- rare find for collectors
Dionaea - Venus Flytraps Drosera - Sundews
D. muscipula Tropical sundews:
D. muscipula 'Akai Ryu' D. capensis
D. muscipula 'B52'
D. muscipula 'FTS Crimson Sawtooth' Temperate sundews:
D. muscipula 'FTS Purple Ambush' D. filiformis
D. muscipula 'FTS Shogun Star' D. intermedia
D. muscipula 'Fused Tooth'
D. muscipula 'Justina Davis' Pygmy sundews:
D. muscipula "King Henry" D. micrantha
D. muscipula 'Trichterfalle' D. omissa
D. muscipula "Yellow" D. paleacea
D. platystigma
D. sargentii
D. scorpioides
Sarracenia - North American Pitcher Plants
Species: Named Cultivars:
S. alabamensis ssp. alabamensis S. 'Adrian Slack'
S. flava var. flava S. 'Black Widow'
S. flava var. cuprea "Bill Hoyer" x "Botanique" S. "Blood Orange"
S. flava var. cuprea "Botanique" x "Lois" S. "Doreen's Colossus"
S. flava var. maxima S. 'Frogman'
S. flava var. rubricorpora [Bay Co, FL] S. "Green Monster"
S. flava var. rugelii "A" S. "Hank"
S. leucophylla [Conecuh Nat'l Forest, AL] S. 'Hot Lips'
S. leucophylla "AJO1" S. 'Jessica'
S. leucophylla "Alabama" S. 'Judith Hindle'
S. leucophylla var. alba "Rod's Favorite" x "dipped lip" A S. 'Juthatip Soper'
S. oreophila "Alabama" S. 'Leah Wilkerson'
S. purpurea ssp. venosa S. "Mallory Sunset"
S. purpurea ssp. venosa var. montana [Transylvania Co] S. "Potty Mouth"
S. purpurea "Big Fib" S. "Red Sumatra"
S. 'Reptilian Rose'
Unnamed Hybrids: S. "Rosie Cheeks"
S. (alata "black" x flava "red tube") x 'Ares' S. "Scarlet Cenobite"
S. x areolata S. "Wilkerson's White Knight"
S. "Yellow Jacket"
Midtown Carnivores originals:
S. "Grand Guignol" (coming soon)
S. "Nanoprobes" (coming soon)

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Dionaea muscipula
Venus Flytrap (typical)

The classic Venus Flytrap. When insects push trigger hairs on the inside surface of the leaf, the leaf closes. Its struggles repeatedly push the trigger hairs over time, causing the trap to seal shut, and for the red glands to secrete digestive enzymes as its digests and absorbs its insect meal over several days before reopening.

Requires winter dormancy periodGrows well indoors w/ artificial lightingGrows well outdoors under full sun

Large. 4,5: pot: $25
Medium
, 3.5" pot: $15
Small, 2" pot:  sold out

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Dionaea muscipula 'Akai Ryu'
"
Red Dragon" Venus flytrap

One of the first Venus Flytrap cultivars to make its way into tissue culture, the akai ryu (Japanese for "Red Dragon") is a plant that grows completely maroon under bright lighting conditions such as full sunlight. In the absence of full sun it attains a strong green hue with marginal maroon, but its full coloration can be restored over time with growth in full sun.

Requires winter dormancy periodGrows well outdoors under full sun

Large
, 4.5" pot: $30
Medium, 3.5" pot:  $19
Small, 2" pot:  $12

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Dionaea muscipula 'B52'
Large-trapped Venus flytrap cultivar

First registered in 2006, this clone, developed by Henning von Schmeling is a vigorous grower, with traps reaching up to 2.25" long, with bright red trap surfaces when grown under strong light.



Large,
4.5" pot:  sold out
Medium
, 3.5" pot: sold out
Small, 2" pot: sold out


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Dionaea muscipula "FTS Crimson Sawtooth"
Venus flytrap cultivar

"FTS Crimson Sawtooth" is a cultivar that exhibits the maroon coloration of 'akai ryu' and the jagged, shortened marginal cilia of "sawtooth". 




Large
, 4.5" pot: sold out
Medium
, 3.5" pot:  sold out
Small, 2" pot:  $18

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Dionaea muscipula 'FTS Purple Ambush'
Venus flytrap cultivar

Brightly colored cultivar, whose trap interiors can a exhibit deep purple coloration that extends into its marginal cilia.



Medium
, 3.5" pot:  sold out


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Dionaea muscipula 'FTS Shogun Star'
Venus flytrap cultivar

This cultivar, registered in 2013, grows marginal cilia ("teeth") that are short. They're less fused that those in "Bristle Tooth", but shorter than those found in common "dentate" varieties..



Medium, 3.5" pot: sold out
Small
, 2" pot:  $10


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Dionaea muscipula 'Fused Tooth'
Fused Tooth Venus flytrap

This variety produces summer leaves whose traps have fused marginal cilia, giving them a look of melted wax. This phenotype is temperature-dependent and is only exhibited in the warmer months of the year..



Medium
, 3.5" pot: 
sold out

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Dionaea muscipula 'Justina Davis'
Green Venus flytrap clone

This variety produces almost no red pigment (anthocyanin), most notably absent on the inner leaves' surface. As a result, the inner surface of the trap remains bright green no matter the intensity of the light it's grown under.



Large, 4.5" pot: sold out
Medium
, 3.5" pot:  sold out
Small, 2" pot:  sold out


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Dionaea muscipula "King Henry"
Large-trapped Venus flytrap clone

This large-trapped cultivar was a clone that was isolated from a selfed cross of D. muscipula 'Big Jaws'. One vigorous clone was isolated, selected for propagation and distributed as D. muscipula "King Henry". This variety grows very vigorously and produces traps that are (in my experience) at least a year in size larger than their typical counterparts. (See the first image below, to see the trap of a four-year-old plant in the cup of a hand. Please excuse the debris on the trap surface.)

Requires winter dormancy periodGrows well indoors w/ artificial lightingGrows well outdoors under full sun

Large,
4.5" pot:  $30
Medium
, 3.5" pot:  sold out
Small, 2" pot:  sold out

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Dionaea muscipula 'Trichterfalle'
Venus Flytrap cultivar

This registered cultivar grows funnel-shapped traps in spring, late summer and autumn. I like to think of the traps as sort of the inverse of the 'Cupped Trap' cultivar. Additionally, the leaf petioles often exhibit a "scaled' surface texture, similar to 'Schuppenstiel I' or 'Crested Petioles'.

Requires winter dormancy periodGrows well indoors w/ artificial lightingGrows well outdoors under full sun

Medium
, 3.5" pot:  sold out
Small, 2" pot:  sold out

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Dionaea muscipula "Yellow"
Pale-green Venus Flytrap clone

Not to be confused with the registered cultivar 'FTS Yellow', this clone produces paler green traps than 'Justina Davis' in the summer. Calling it "yellow" is generous; it may be a yellower shade of green than 'Justina Davis', but it's certainly a vigorous grower.

Requires winter dormancy periodGrows well indoors w/ artificial lightingGrows well outdoors under full sun

Small, 2" pot:  sold out

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Drosera capensis
The Cape sundew
In addition to being one of the easiest, most forgiving sundews to grow, the Cape sundew, native to South Africa, is also one of the most visually stunning. It is one of the few species whose leaves move to wrap themselves around their prey, to bring a greater number of its digestive and trapping tentacles to bear. It is so easy to grow that in some collections it is regarded as a weed because its bountiful seeds take root extremely readily.

Grows well indoors w/ artificial lightingGrows well on an sunny windowsillGrows well outdoors under full sun

Drosera capensis "all-red"
(red tentacles, green leaves that grow redder under strong light)
Small,
2" pot: $12


Drosera capensis "albino"
(white tentacles, green leaves)
Medium, 3.5" pot:
$14


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Drosera filiformis
Threadleaf sundew

The threadleaf sundew forms long tentacle leaves, akin to glistening, carnivorous grass, and is basically like living flypaper. It’s a very vigorous grower, forming a dormant hibernaculum to ride out the winter, until remerging in the Spring to grow its long, carnivorous leaves. Excellent plant for beginners.

Grows well indoors w/ artificial lightingGrows well on an sunny windowsillGrows well outdoors under full sunGrows well outdoors under full sun

Large, 4.5" pot: sales suspended for winter dormancy
Medium,
3.5" pot: sales suspended for winter dormancy


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Drosera intermedia
Oblong-leafed sundew
The oblong-leafed sundew is another temperate sundew, sort of a temperate version of the Cape sundew, that forms a rosette of carnivorous leaves. In the winter, it forms a dormant hibernaculum to ride out the winter, until remerging in the Spring to grow more carnivorous leaves.

Grows well indoors w/ artificial lightingGrows well on an sunny windowsillGrows well outdoors under full sunGrows well outdoors under full sun

Medium,
3.5" pot: sold out
Small,
2" pot: sales suspended for winter dormancy

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Drosera micrantha
Pygmy sundew
A small pot containing six or more D. micrantha plant(s), one of the rosetted pygmy sundews, similar to D. paleacea. In the winter, the plant will produce tiny green seed-like leaves called gemmae that shoot of the plant when disturbed. When collected and laid on fresh soil, the gemma will grow into a clone of the plant in a few weeks time.

Grows well indoors w/ artificial lightingGrows well on an sunny windowsillGrows well outdoors under full sun

5+ plants
in a 2" pot: sold out

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Drosera omissa
Pygmy sundew
A small pot containing at least five D. omissa plants. In the winter, the plant will produce tiny green seed-like leaves called gemmae that shoot of the plant when disturbed. When collected and laid on fresh soil, the gemma will grow into a clone of the plant in a few weeks time.

Grows well indoors w/ artificial lightingGrows well on an sunny windowsillGrows well outdoors under full sun

4+ plants
in a 2" pot: sold out

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Drosera paleacea
Pygmy sundew
A small pot containing at least six D. paleacea plants, a species similar to D. roseana. In the winter, the plant will produce tiny green seed-like leaves called gemmae that shoot of the plant when disturbed. When collected and laid on fresh soil, the gemma will grow into a clone of the plant in a few weeks time.

Grows well indoors w/ artificial lightingGrows well on an sunny windowsillGrows well outdoors under full sun

5+ plants
in a 2" pot: sold out

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Drosera platystigma
Pygmy sundew
A small pot containing two D. platystigma plants. In the winter, the plant will produce tiny green seed-like leaves called gemmae that shoot of the plant when disturbed. When collected and laid on fresh soil, the gemma will grow into a clone of the plant in a few weeks time.

Grows well indoors w/ artificial lightingGrows well on an sunny windowsillGrows well outdoors under full sun

2 plants
in a 2" pot: sold out

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Drosera sargentii
Pygmy sundew
A small pot containing at least three D. sargentii plants. In the winter, the plant will produce tiny green seed-like leaves called gemmae that shoot of the plant when disturbed. When collected and laid on fresh soil, the gemma will grow into a clone of the plant in a few weeks time.

Grows well indoors w/ artificial lightingGrows well on an sunny windowsillGrows well outdoors under full sun

2+ plants
in a 2" pot: sold out

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Drosera scorpioides
Pygmy sundew
A small pot containing at least two D. scorpioides plants, the largest of the pygmy sundews. In the winter, the plant will produce tiny green seed-like leaves called gemmae that shoot of the plant when disturbed. When collected and laid on fresh soil, the gemma will grow into a clone of the plant in a few weeks time.

Grows well indoors w/ artificial lightingGrows well on an sunny windowsillGrows well outdoors under full sun

3+ plants
in a 2" pot: sold out

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Sarracenia alabamensis ssp. alabamensis
Cane-brake Pitcher Plant
The Cane-brake Pitcher Plant is an endangered species that is very vigorous and produces bright green, upright pitchers with red flowers



NY SALES ONLY.

Large
, 5.25" pot: $35  $25
Medium
, 4.5" pot:  $25  $18
Small, 3.5" pot:  sold out
 
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Sarracenia flava
The Yellow Pitcher Plant and its genetic variants
The Yellow Pitcher Plant is a species that produces upright trumpet pitchers. The plant produces tall, tall, hollow green pitcher leaves, which lure insects that fall in and are digested. The plant produces yellow flowers in the spring.
 
Seasonal pitcher cycle:
Spring - pitchers and yellow flower
Early summer - pitchers
Late summer - phyllodia (flat leaves)
Autumn - phyllodia (flat leaves)
 
Requires winter dormancy periodGrows well outdoors under full sun

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Sarracenia flava var. flava 

Yellowish-green pitchers, maroon veining, flowers early in the Spring.

Large division
, 5.25" pot: sold out
Medium division
, 4.5" pot: sold out
 

Sarracenia flava var. cuprea "Bill Hoyer" x "Botanique" 

The lids of this variety of the yellow pitcher plant are a rich copper color.

Large division, 5.5" pot: sold out

Sarracenia flava var. cuprea "Botanique" x "Lois" 

The lids of this variety of the yellow pitcher plant are a rich copper color.

Large division, 5.25" pot:
sold out
Small division
, 3.5" pot: $15

 

Sarracenia flava var. maxima 

This is an all-green variety of the Yellow Pitcher plant, one that lacks the red veinations along their pitchers, and produces stunningly bright pitchers.

Medium division
, 4.5" pot: sold out
Small division
, 3.5" pot: sold out

 

Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora 
[Bay Co. FL]

Pitchers with yellow/green hoods with maroon veining. The pitcher tube exhibits significant maroon coloration in the Spring (picture), with later-season pitcher growing will solid maroon color in the late summer.

Small division, 3.5" pot: sold out

 

Sarracenia flava var. rugelii clone A 

The rugelii variant of this species forms pitchers whose throats are blotched with red. Clone A is a cultivated clone that famously produces a thick, red stripe across the entire neck of the pitcher.

Small division, 3.5" pot: sold out


Sarracenia leucophylla
The White-topped Pitcher Plant and its genetic variants
The White-topped Pitcher Plant is a species that produces upright trumpet pitchers. The plant produces pitcher leaves that are often patterned with red and white, with areolations that allow light to pass through. 
 
Seasonal pitcher cycle:
Spring - spring pitchers
Early summer - spring pitchers
Late summer - spring pitchers and red flower
Autumn - large autumn pitchers
 
Requires winter dormancy periodGrows well outdoors under full sun

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Sarracenia leucophylla
[Conecuh National Forest, AL]
 

Pitchers are white-topped, with red veining.

Medium division
, 4.5" pot: $22

 

Sarracenia leucophylla "AJO1" 

Pitchers are white-topped, with red veining.

Large division, 5.25" pot: sold out
Medium division
, 4.5" pot: sold out

 

Sarracenia leucophylla "Alabama" 
[Baldwin Co, AL]


Pitchers are white-topped, with red veining.

Medium division
, 4.5" pot:
sold out

 

Sarracenia leucophylla var. alba
"Rod's Favorite" x "Dipped Lip" clone A
 

The alba variants of the species produce pitchers that have a high noticeably high proportion of white in its pitchers, with very little red or green. This was a particular offspring from a cross between two other S. leucophylla var. alba plants, “Rod’s Favorite” and “Dipped Lip”, originally obtained from Mike Wang.

Large division, 5.25" pot: $33
Medium division
, 4.5" pot:
sold out


 

Sarracenia oreophila "Alabama"
Green pitcher plant

This endangered species is renowned for its large and vigorous green pitchers with maroon patterning. It is often used in hybrid crosses to add size and vigor to the resulting offspring.



NY SALES ONLY.

Large
, 5.25" pot: sold out
Medium
, 4.5" pot:  sold out
Small, 3.5" pot:  sold out

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Sarracenia purpurea
The Purple Pitcher Plant and its genetic variants
The Purple Pitcher Plant is a species of cold-hardy Sarracenia that are found as far north as Canada. It produces recumbent, open pitchers that hug the ground as a large rosette. S. purpurea are one of the few species of Sarracenia that collects and holds rainwater. Insects that are attracted to the nectars secreted by the lip of the pitcher fall in and drown. The insects are broken down partially by enzymes secreted by the leaves, but primarily by bacteria. The nutrients are then absorbed into the leaves. Flowers are typically maroon with crimson petals, except for Burk's purple pitcher (now known as S. rosea), which has pink petals.
 
Seasonal pitcher cycle:
Spring - pitchers and flower
Summer - pitchers
Autumn - pitchers

 
Requires winter dormancy periodGrows well outdoors under full sun

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Sarracenia purpurea ssp. venosa 

The Southern Purple Pitcher Plant. Endemic to the Southeastern United States. Clone is maroon with pronounced rippling along edge of hood.

Small
, 3.5" pot: 
(coming soon)

 

Sarracenia purpurea ssp. venosa var. montana
[Transylvania Co, NC]

The Mountain Purple Pitcher Plant. Distinguished by its wide-hooded pitchers. This clone is green with purple veining.

Medium
, 4.5" pot:  sold out
Small, 3.5" pot:  sold out

 

Sarracenia purpurea "Big Fib" 

An as-yet unregistered clone, previously released as "unnamed clone A". This plant was featured recently on TV show, in an episode about dreams & killer plants. This is a division of that plant, which grows thick pitchers with a ruffled hood with green coloration at the base fading to a deep crimson as it approaches the outer edges. In early autumn the green of the pitchers transitions into a bright yellow.

Small
, 3.5" pot: sold out

 

 

 

Sarracenia (alata "black" x flava "red tube") x Ares
Hybrid Pitcher Plant

This is a cross between two different hybrids, giving the most reliably dark-colored trumpet pitchers in my nursery, often rivalling S. 'Black Widow' for color.



Large division, 5.25" pot: sold out
Medium division
, 4.5" pot: sold out


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Sarracenia x areolata
Seed-grown Hybrid Pitcher Plant

This is a naturally occuring hybrid of S. alata x S. leucophylla.  



Large, 5.25" pot:  $23
Medium
, 4.5" pot:  sold out
Small, 3.5" pot:  sold out

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Sarracenia 'Adrian Slack'
S. x moorei cultivar

'Adrian Slack' is a select cultivated clone believed to be a cross between Sarracenia flava and Sarracenia leucophylla, a cross more commonly known as Sarracenia x moorei. This particular cultivar is one of the most classic, highly sought forms of Sarracenia, originally isolated by Bob Hanrahan, registered by Barry Rice. 




Large, 5.25" pot:  sold out
Medium
, 4.5" pot:  sold out
Small, 3.5" pot:   sold out

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Sarracenia 'Black Widow'
Cultivated hybrid clone

'Black Widow' is a select cultivated clone from a cross between Sarracenia alata "black" and Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora, originally crossed by master grower Phil Faulisi, registered by Travis Wyman. This clone can turn a solid, deep maroon in the summer under intense lighting conditions.



Large
, 5.25" pot:  sold out
Medium
, 4.5" pot:  sold out

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Sarracenia "Blood Orange"
Cultivated hybrid clone

Offspring from a Jason Austin cross between Sarracenia “Papaya” and Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora. Blood Orange is one of the most vigorous and colorful growers at our nursery, readily splitting into multiple divisions every year, with beautiful flowers and among the tallest pitchers in our offerings.



Large
, 5.25" pot:  sold out
Medium
, 4.5" pot:  sold out
Small, 3.5" pot:  $22

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Sarracenia "Doreen's Colossus"
Cultivated hybrid clone

"Doreen's Colossus" is a select clone isolated from a cross between Sarracenia flava and Sarracenia oreophila, from the collection of master grower Jerry Addington. It's the single most vigorous hybrid we offer, growing tall, stately green pitchers with lovely maroon patterning, readily producing divisions year on year.




Large
, 5.25" pot:  sold out
Medium
, 4.5" pot:  sold out
Small
, 3.5" pot:   sold out

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Sarracenia 'Frogman'
Cultivated hybrid clone

This a cultivar of S. alabamensis ssp. alabamensis x S. minor var. okeefenokeensis, originally registered by the Great Barry Rice. This trumpet pitcher hybrid is an incredibly vigorous grower, that grows tall, bright green pitchers with wide areolated hoods a la S. minor. The hooded pitchers are reminiscent of large smiling maws.




Large, 5.25" pot:  sold out
Medium
, 4.5" pot:  sold out
Small
, 3.5" pot:   sold out

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Sarracenia "Green Monster"
Anthocyanin-free S. x excellens cultivar

"Green Monster" is a select clone isolated from a cross between anthoncyanin-free mutants of Sarracenia minor and Sarracenia leucophylla, originally crossed and isolated by Bill Scholl. 




Large
, 5.25" pot:  $32
Medium
, 4.5" pot:  $26
Small
, 3.5" pot: sold out

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Sarracenia "Hank"
Cultivated hybrid clone
"Hank" is a unregistered cultivar of unspecified parentage that is a vigorous grower, producing bright maroon pitchers.

Requires winter dormancy periodGrows well outdoors under full sun

Large, 5.25" pot:  $28 (only one available)
Medium
, 4.5" pot:  sold out
Small
, 3.5" pot:   sold out
 
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Sarracenia 'Hot Lips'
S. x moorei cultivar

This is a Phil Faulisi S. x moorei clone, from a 2005 S. leucophylla x S. flava var. ornata cross that also yielded siblings S. ‘Saurus’ and S. ‘Vintner’s Treasure.’ Pitchers are white-topped, with red throat and distinctively thick red lips. Hence the name Hot Lips.



Large
, 5.25" pot:  sold out

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Sarracenia 'Jessica'
Cultivated hybrid clone

A selected clone from a cross of S. alata and S. leucophylla produced by Jerry Addington. I’m afraid that its patterning is so vivid that my description wouldn’t do it justice.



Large
, 5.25" pot:  sold out
Medium
, 4.5" pot:  sold out
Small
, 3.5" pot:   sold out

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Sarracenia 'Judith Hindle'
Cultivated hybrid clone

S. 'Judith Hindle' was named for the wife of its breeder Alan Hindle, by author Peter D’Amato (“The Savage Garden”). This English clone was an offspring of a 1985 cross between two different clones of S. (purpurea x flava) x leucophylla. Its popularity owes to its vivid coloration and vigor.



Medium
, 4.5" pot:  sold out
Small
, 3.5" pot:   sold out

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Sarracenia 'Juthatip Soper'
Cultivated hybrid clone

Named after breeder Matthew Soper’s wife, this was English clone was from a S. x mitchelliana backcross that was first published in 1998. Photos do not do its colors justice. Unlike the white areolations on a S. leucophylla, Juthatip Soper’s areolations are a bright, bright pink.



Medium
, 4.5" pot:  sold out
Small
, 3.5" pot:   sold out

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Sarracenia 'Leah Wilkerson'
S. x moorei cultivar

A classic, naturally occurring S. x moorei clone that was isolated by Brooks Garcia back in 2002, named after the lady who lived on and cared for the land upon which this clone was found. White pitchers with pronounced red splotches, and extreme vigor.



Large
, 5.25" pot:  $70

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Sarracenia "Mallory Sunset"
S. x moorei cultivar

This is an unregistered cultivar of S. x moorei that I obtained around 2015. Unfortunately, I can no longer find information on how it was bred/isolated, and I vaguely recall it being described as being named after the color of sky as the sun was setting over… it might have been over Mallory Square in Key West, FL. Beautiful pinkish orange colors that fade into the green of the pitcher body. I really hope the original breeder registers it with ICPS someday.



Small
, 3.5" pot:   $22

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Sarracenia "Potty Mouth"
Cultivated hybrid clone

This monster is an unregistered Phil Faulisi creation. I don’t know what its parentage is, but it yields pitchers with grotesquely wide, veined lids that are open to collect… rainfall. Vigorous grower, whose pitchers need to be supported or trellised, to prevent the pitchers from falling over when the rains fill them up.



Large
, 5.25" pot:  sold out

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Sarracenia "Red Sumatra"
S. x moorei cultivar

An unregistered S. x moorei clone from Rob Sacilotto of Botanique. The pitchers of "Red Sumatra" can grow to be deep, deep red under the right lighting conditions



Medium
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Sarracenia 'Reptilian Rose'
Cultivated hybrid clone

'Reptilian Rose' is a select clone isolated from a cross between Sarracenia 'Royal Ruby' and Sarracenia oreophila "Sand Mountain", created and isolated by master grower Phil Faulisi. Its formal cultivar description was published in 2009.  



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Sarracenia "Rosie Cheeks"
Cultivated hybrid clone

(also known as S. “Rosey Cheeks”) This is an unregistered clone from a cross between S. “Up Periscope” and S. “Daina’s Delight,” forming pitchers which retain some of the hooded shape characteristics of “Up Periscope,” with some of the coloring from “Daina’s Delight.” Interestingly, the coloring of the pitchers starts at the throat, downward; giving the pitchers the appearance of having rosey cheeks.



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Sarracenia "Scarlet Cenobite"
Cultivated hybrid clone

This is an unregistered Jerry Addington hybrid that I gave this informal name, because it was easier to call it "Scarlet Cenobite" than ("minor giant hybrid" x ('Atlas' x (psittacina x "minor giant"))), which is what its genetics were labeled.



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Sarracenia 'Wilkerson's White Knight'
S. x moorei cultivar

Another naturally-occurring S. x moorei clone isolated by Brooks Garcia from the Wilkerson property. Beautiful white pitchers with just a light splash of reddish color in the throat, best seen on its larger fall pitchers, in mature plants. This is a fairly slow grower, but well worth the wait.



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Sarracenia "Yellow Jacket"
Cultivated hybrid clone

"Yellow Jacket" is a plant with a mysterious past, primarily because it has not been firmly established whether "Yellow Jacket" and 'Carolina Yellow Jacket' are the same clone or not, with reports of the parentage involving everything from S. flava to S. rosea to S. purpurea ssp. purpurea f. heterophylla to S. purpurea ssp. venosa. What IS known is that this pitcher clearly has some flavor of purpurea in its parentage, and produces, bright yellow-green recumbent pitchers with almost no maroon veining.




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