A very rare Adrian Slack hybrid. Tall and majestic its pitchers have huge hoods each with a bold red blotch at the base. A plant that soon forms good clumps. Strange almost ‘Triffid-like’ orangey-yellow flowers, held high, are borne in spring. Like all Sarracenias they need to be kept in soft water in acidic nutrient-less soil for good growth.
Efficient fly & wasp catchers they grow in full sun in moist or wet acidic nutrient-less soils. Good as container plants – stand in rain water spring to autumn, keep just damp in winter. Needs a cold winter dormancy. Excellent plants for fly catching on a sunny window sill.
Plants may be sent bare rooted. see details on potting here
More info on these amazing plants here