Sarracenia X Leah Wilkerson

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Sarracenia X Leah Wilkerson

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Sarracenia are North American pitcher plants. They grow in wetlands in East coast of the United States. S. X Leah Wilkerson is a naturally occurring hybrid between S. flava and leucophylla. It is a vigorous grower. You will be receiving a division of a mature rhizome with at least one growth point, but not necessarily with traps. 3 sizes, small, medium and large are available.

Sarracenia are good companion plants to Venus flytraps as they are often found growing side by side in the wild. Like Venus flytraps, they need a cold dormancy during the winter to store energy for next year. Don’t be alarmed if they start to wither as the temperature gets colder. This is a natural process for them. During the dormancy, keep them in a unheated garage or in a refrigerator. Take them outside in spring when there is no chance of frost. See care sheets for “American Pitcher Plants” and “Indoor/Outdoor Dormancy” here: http://www.necps.org/guides.html

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