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ID pitcher plants?

Posted by shadowshark27 9a (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 11, 13 at 22:44

I recently bought two sarracenias from a grocery store (of all places) but unfortunately they didn't say what species they are. Can anyone help me out?

http://31.media.tumblr.com/e3eecd775fd63717f2a844922620f0a4/tumblr_mre4q1m44t1qhklj1o2_500.jpg

I think this one is a red cultivar of S. alata or something.

http://24.media.tumblr.com/15a4684e25f2994087b43dca5b373832/tumblr_mre4q1m44t1qhklj1o3_500.jpg

And I think this one is a variant of S. purpurea (or maybe it is purpurea, saw some others in the store just like it with more developed colors)

Thanks!


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RE: ID pitcher plants?

Hi I'm not sure of species but I was wondering which grocery chain? I found a picture plant at food city. But they only had one variety.


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RE: ID pitcher plants?

It was from a Whole Foods Market in Texas, USA


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