2016 Online Catalog

Endangered Sarracenia

USFWS Permit TE022690-4 - Permit expires August 2020.

Please note the permit is up for renewal and Meadowview can still legally sell plants noted in this section during the renewal period.

 

Sarracenia jonesii

Sarracenia jonesii
Carolina mountains. Tall, slender pitchers with a slight bulge on top. Maroon flowers with violet-like fragrance.

Sarracenia jonesii (mature plant)

Sarracenia alabamensis ssp. alabamensis

Sarracenia alabamensis ssp. alabamensis
Central Alabama. Produces outstanding, robust, golden yellow leaves (up to 40 cm) in the fall which have a slight pubescence. Leaves develop a beautiful rusty-red after the first frosts.

Sarracenia alabamensis ssp. alabamensis (mature plant)

Sarracenia jonesii (green)

Sarracenia jonesii (green)
Carolina mountains. Tall, slender pitchers with a slight bulge on top. Anthocyanin-free mutation (green) that lacks red pigment and produces fragrant yellow flowers.

Sarracenia jonesii (green) (mature plant)

Sarracenia oreophila

Sarracenia oreophila
The Green Pitcher Plant. This extremely rare pitcher plant is now only found in northeast Alabama, one site in North Georgia, and one colony in North Carolina. Our plants for sale were donated by Bill Scholl and all funds from the sale of the plant will go into the Joseph Pines Preserve savings account. Green pitcher plant blooms in early May, flowers are a light yellow with a slightly musty odor. A unique feature of this species is that the pitchers open at the same time as the flowers, presenting an especially attractive appearance. Our plants have leaves that are a beautiful chartreuse with light purple veining. Winter leaves are flat and sharply recurved and twisted.

Sarracenia oreophila (mature plant)

 

 






 

 

 

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