Chartreuse pitchers have unique pointed hoods. A prolific grower and a great choice for water gardeners who have little experience with carnivorous plants. Like other Pitcher Plants, carnivorous Yellow Jacket… Read More »Carnivorous Plant Spotlight: Carolina Yellow Jacket
Carnivorous Plant Spotlight
This tall, showy pitcher plant has bright pink hoods when grown in full sun. Like other pitcher plants, Dana’s Delight produces a sweet-smelling nectar to attract insects. These bugs become… Read More »Carnivorous Plant Spotlight: Dana’s Delight Pitcher Plant
This gorgeous Sarracenia boasts bright green pitchers that transition to deep red at the ruffled lid. These red tops are speckled with eye-catching white speckles. Judith Hindle is a hybrid… Read More »Carnivorous Plant Spotlight: Judith Hindle Pitcher Plant
Petite red pitchers make a subtle statement in pond margins or floating islands. This carnivorous Pitcher Plant catches bugs in its hard-to-escape pitchers.
Jersey Girl traces its roots, as the name suggests to New Jersey, making it one of the more winter-hardy pitcher plants. Like other Sarracenia plants, the carnivorous Jersey Girl uses… Read More »Carnivorous Plant Spotlight: Jersey Girl Pitcher Plant
This gorgeous Pitcher Plant is a result of careful selective breeding between two hybrids: Sarracenia leucophylla x Sarracenia purpurea and Sarracenia leucophylla x Sarracenia psittacina. The result is a stunning… Read More »Carnivorous Plant Spotlight: Mardi Gras Pitcher Plant
Bug Bat forms tight clumps of pitchers that start as green at their bases and darken to burgundy at the tips. Like other pitcher plants, Bug Bat produces a sweet-smelling… Read More »Carnivorous Plant Spotlight: Bug Bat Pitcher Plant
A short, red pitcher plant that forms attractive clumps. Small flowers emerge in abundance. Like other pitcher plants, Red Bug is carnivorous, luring creatures into its stationary pitchers.
S. purpurea is the only Pitcher Plant native north of Maryland, with a territory extending as far north as Newfoundland. Its short pitchers draw in bugs, and its deep red flowers… Read More »Carnivorous Plant Spotlight: Purple Pitcher Plant
The Hooded Pitcher Plant is known – unsurprisingly – for its rounded hoods that partially cover the top of each pitcher. These hoods are typically red with white speckles (areoles)… Read More »Carnivorous Plant Spotlight: Hooded Pitcher Plant
Tarnok is an easy-to-grow Pitcher Plant that adds interest to any bog or stream. It has especially showy pom-pom-like flowers that show off whirls of red and green in early… Read More »Carnivorous Plant Spotlight: Tarnok Pitcher Plant
Unique chartreuse pitchers lure insects into these pretty carnivorous pitcher plants. Flowers are also completely green.