Hi! I bought some unidentified bare root sarracenia rhizomes a couple of years ago from SNW and would like to know what I have, I hope you can help me! I hope the pics are good enough. Thank you
Answer Hi Maire,
Nice plants, lucky you! Here's what I think you have starting from left to right. First plant, a S. oreophila hybrid of some kind. This would be one of our "Feist Dogs". Next is Sarracenia rubra ssp. jonesii, then Sarracenia oreophila (species), the red one looks like an red tube S. flava of some sort, and then the last one is S. oreophila x S. leucophylla. The jonesii and oreophila species are both federally listed endangered species, so being an Oregon Resident, you got a bonus here. Out of state folks wouldn't have got those. Great flowers! You're doing a great job with them.
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