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Number of plants found: 5    

Darlingtonia californica, California Pitcher Plant, Cobra Lily, Cobra Plant

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 Darlingtonia californica
Family: Sarraceniaceae
California Pitcher Plant, Cobra Lily, Cobra Plant
Origin: California
Small shrub 2-5 ftFull sunBog or aquaticKeep soil moistOrnamental foliage

In addition to the use of lubricating secretions and downward-pointing hairs common to all North American pitcher plants to force their prey into the trap, this species carefully hides the tiny exit hole from trapped insects by curling it underneath and offering multiple translucent false exits. Upon trying many times to leave via the false exits, the insect will tire and fall down into the trap. The slippery walls and hairs prevent the trapped prey from escaping. The only other species that utilizes this technique is the Parrot Pitcher Plant, Sarracenia psittacina.


 Darlingtonia californica, California Pitcher Plant, Cobra Lily, Cobra Plant

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Heliamphora nutans, Marsh Pitcher Plant, Nodding Sun Pitcher

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Family: Sarraceniaceae
Marsh Pitcher Plant, Nodding Sun Pitcher
Origin: South America
Small shrub 2-5 ftSemi-shadeKeep soil moistRegular waterPink flowers

Heliamphora nutans is a highland plant preferring consistently cool and humid conditions, and loose well drained soil. It is native to several Venezuelan Tepuis including: Mount Roraima, Kukenan, Yuruani, and Wei Assipu. In cultivation, these plant do well in a terrarium in an air-conditioned room with bright indirect light.


 Heliamphora nutans, Marsh Pitcher Plant, Nodding Sun Pitcher

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Heliamphora parva, Marsh Pitcher Plant

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Family: Sarraceniaceae
Marsh Pitcher Plant
Origin: South America, Central America
Small shrub 2-5 ftFull sunSemi-shadeBog or aquaticKeep soil moistWhite/off-white flowersOrnamental foliage

Heliamphora can be grown very well in a cool, humid greenhouse but they do require very bright light.


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Heliamphora parva, Marsh Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Family: Sarraceniaceae
Pitcher Plant
Origin: Eastern N. America
Groundcover and low-growing 2ftFull sunSemi-shadeBog or aquaticKeep soil moistWhite/off-white flowersOrnamental foliageRed/crimson/vinous flowersYellow/orange flowersFlood tolerant

This carnivorous plant is widespread in eastern USA and Canada. It grows to only 6 in (15 cm) in height. The pitchers are usually green with purple tints and the lid stands erect. The flowers appear in spring; they are purple or greenish purple. These moderately to fully frost-hardy plants need sun or part-shade and moist, peaty soil. During the growth period they need to be kept very wet, and cool and moist in winter. Propagate from seed or by division in spring. Can be grown as a marginal and bog plant.


 Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia flava

Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia psittacina
Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia alata
Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia leucophylla
Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia x gilpinii x minor
Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia rubra
Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia leucophylla
Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia purpurea
Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia rubra
Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia leucophylla
Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia rubra
Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia leucophylla
Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia x gilpinii x minor
Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Flower
Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia alata
Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia psittacina
Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia psittacina
Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia purpurea var. montana
Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia psittacina
Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia psittacina
Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia leucophylla
Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia leucophylla
Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia purpurea
Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia Lady Bug
Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia sp., Pitcher Plant

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Sarracenia leucophylla


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Sarracenia wrigleyana, Scarlet belle pitcher plant

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Family: Sarraceniaceae
Scarlet belle pitcher plant
Groundcover and low-growing 2ftFull sunSemi-shadeBog or aquaticOrnamental foliageFlood tolerant

Carnivorous aquatic (marginal) plant. A must to have for every pond.


 Sarracenia wrigleyana, Scarlet belle pitcher plant

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Sarracenia wrigleyana, Scarlet belle pitcher plant

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Sarracenia wrigleyana, Scarlet belle pitcher plant

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Sarracenia wrigleyana, Scarlet belle pitcher plant

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