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Sarracenia - Hybrids and Cultivars

We offer a number of outstanding Sarracenia hybrids developed exclusively by Meadowview and available nowhere else. Our applied genetics program has re-sulted in novel Sarracenia phenotypes and we have even more amazing plants in development. Several hybrids were developed by other renowned growers and the grower is acknowledged in the hybrid description.

Wholesale/Bulk rates: $6 per plant if you order 10 or more plants and are a supporting Meadowview member! $12 per plant without a membership. Plants at bulk rate are noted below in red.

 

Sarracenia flava x rubra ssp. gulfensis

Sarracenia flava x rubra ssp. gulfensis

Sarracenia flava x rubra ssp. gulfensis (mature plant)

Sarracenia alata x Sarracenia leucophylla "Birds Beak"

Sarracenia alata x Sarracenia leucophylla "Birds Beak"
Beautiful red flower, upper portion of pitcher with white areolae and light purple suffusion under hood. Characterized by a birds-like beak on the tip of the lip. Named by intern Nick Haywood.

Sarracenia alata x Sarracenia leucophylla "Birds Beak" flowers

Sarracenia alata x Sarracenia leucophylla "Birds (mature plant)

Sarracenia rubra x Sarracenia minor

Sarracenia rubra x Sarracenia minor

 

 

Sarracenia rubra x Sarracenia minor (mature plant)

Sarracenia "Lemon"

Sarracenia "Lemon"
A hybrid of S. flava and S.alata with beautiful, large, lemon colored flowers.

Sarracenia alata x Sarracenia leucophylla "Birds Beak" flowers

Sarracenia "Lemon" (mature plant)

Sarracenia alata x Sarracenia minor

Sarracenia alata x Sarracenia minor
Hooded pitcher with windows, made by Bob Hanrahan

Sarracenia alata x Sarracenia minor flowers

Sarracenia alata x Sarracenia minor (mature plant)

Sarracenia minor x Sarracenia rubra ssp. wherryi

Sarracenia minor x Sarracenia rubra ssp. wherryi
Arching hood and yellowish-red flowers, made by Fred Case.

Sarracenia minor x Sarracenia rubra ssp. wherryi flowers

Sarracenia minor x Sarracenia rubra ssp. wherryi (mature plant)

Sarracenia alata x Sarracenia oreophila

Sarracenia alata x Sarracenia oreophila
Hooded pitcher with windows, made by Bob Hanrahan

 

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Sarracenia "Red Velvet"

Sarracenia "Red Velvet"
An S. leucophylla x S. flava cross with red petals that feel like velvet.

Sarracenia "Red Velvet" (mature plant)

Sarracenia "Caroline"

Sarracenia "Caroline"
Named after our home county in Virginia this exceptional-ly vigorous plant is a cross of Virginia S. purpurea and Florida S. rosea. Clumps can reach several feet across with robust large pitchers and beautiful, full, light pink flowers.

Sarracenia "Caroline" Flowers

Sarracenia "Caroline" (mature plant)

Sarracenia "Snowflake"

Sarracenia "Snowflake"
This delightful hybrid has a fluorescent green background with speckles of white. When you look at the hood of the leaf from above the aspect is reminiscent of a snowflake, hence the name. Snowflake is a vigorous divider and winter hardy since one of the parents is a yellow pitcher plant from Virginia. Flowers are a pink-orange blush.

Sarracenia "Caroline" Flowers

Sarracenia "Snowflake" (mature plant)

‘NORTH’ MEETS ‘SOUTH’

‘NORTH’ MEETS ‘SOUTH’ (Pair)
This offering is testament to the pow-er of modern genetics. We crossed northern S. purpurea f. heterophylla with a normal colored S. rosea from western Florida and obtained progeny that were red and anthocyanin-free green. The outcome was not a surprise, and was pedicted by us, since the population of S. rosea contained anthocyanin free plants and heterozygous plants were present in the population. Progeny are red and green in color with no intermediates. The flower color of Northis exceptional in that the flower is almost white while South is a delightful pink.

‘NORTH’ MEETS ‘SOUTH’ Flowers

'NORTH' MEETS 'SOUTH' (Pair) (mature plant)

Sarracenia "Black and Tan"

Sarracenia "Black and Tan"
A sibling of 'Red Viper' that has a purple-black throat splotch and a slight tan exterior.

Sarracenia "Black and Tan"

Sarracenia "Black and Tan" (mature plant)

Sarracenia "Red Viper"

Sarracenia "Red Viper"
A secret cross by our genetics experts.

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Sarracenia "Ruby throat #14"

Sarracenia "Ruby throat #14"
A cross between S. alata and S. leucophylla.

Sarracenia "Caroline" Flowers

Sarracenia "Ruby throat #14" (bulk pricing on 10 or more)

Sarracenia "Ruby throat #14" (mature plant)

Sarracenia flava x Sarracenia minor

Sarracenia flava x Sarracenia minor
A beautiful hybrid between the two parent species with yellow flowers

 

Sarracenia flava x Sarracenia minor (mature plant)

Sarracenia alabamensis ssp. wherryi x Sarracenia alata

Sarracenia alabamensis ssp. wherryi x Sarracenia alata
Attractive pink flowers with waxy firm pitchers.

Sarracenia alabamensis ssp. wherryi x Sarracenia alata Flowers

Sarracenia alabamensis ssp. wherryi x Sarracenia (mature plant)

Sarracenia oreophila x S. leucophylla

Sarracenia oreophila x S. leucophylla
A vigorous grower and divider

 

Sarracenia oreophila x S. leucophylla (mature plant)

Sarracenia "White Knight"

Sarracenia "White Knight"
A hybrid of S. alata and S. leucophylla notable for the white upper pitchers uncharacteristic of this species cross.

Sarracenia "White Knight" Flowers

 

Sarracenia "White Knight" (mature plant)

Sarracenia flava x Sarracenia leucophylla

Sarracenia flava x Sarracenia leucophylla

Sarracenia flava x Sarracenia leucophylla

 

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Sarracenia "Vermillion"

Sarracenia "Vermillion"
Back in stock in very limited quantities the stunning color of this plant is complemented by the soft hairs on the upper portion of the hood.

 

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Sarracenia "Fuschia"

Sarracenia "Fuschia"
This cross of S. alata and S. leucophylla has some of the most beautiful pitcher plant flowers we have ever seen. Crosses with S. alata can result in exceptional flower color and 'Fuschia' is certainly an example. The young pitchers are initially white with abundant windows but develop a deep rusty red as they age. The leaves below illustrate this interesting development on the same plant.

Sarracenia "Fuschia" Flowers

 

Sarracenia "Fuschia" (mature plant)

Sarracenia ‘Craig Rudman’

Sarracenia ‘Craig Rudman’
This stout back-cross of S. flava and S. rosea is named after one of our interns from Royal Bo-tanic Garden at Kew. Craig was a great fellow to work with and we name this plant in his honor.

Limited quantity.

Sarracenia ‘Craig Rudman’ Flowers

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