(H 48) A rather nice Adrian Slack original hybrid. A gorgeous plant with huge, very prominent hoods veined with deep purple .Flowers are borne in early April. Like all Sarracenias they need to be kept in soft water in acidic nutrient-less soil for good growth. Need full sun.
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