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PURPLE PITCHER PLANT: Sarracenia Purpurea ssp. venosa loc Old Dock, Columbus Co

  • R580.00 ZAR


Seedgrown originals with location data

  • Species:  Sarracenia
  • Sarracenia Purpurea ssp. Venosa is a North American Pitcher plant that forms fat stocky clumps of vibrantly coloured pitchers and is often referred to as purple pitcher plants
  • Easy to grow, purpurea venosa produces colourful pitchers with frilly lids and will at times turn almost completely red during autumn if grown in full summer sun
  • Sarracenia Purpurea ssp. Venosa from the Old Dock location in Columbus County are seed grown originals which means none of them will look exactly the same
  • Strong and Healthy, these are heavily veined to almost red plants with the characteristic frilly lid of purpurea venosa
  • American trumpet pitcher plants are easy to grow if their basic needs (sun and water) are met - Generally, plants in the sarracenia family prefer a sunny position outdoors for strong growth and ultimate colouration
  • No matter the level of carnivorous plant expertise, purple pitcher plants will be a fantastic addition to any carnivore plant enthusiast's ultimate collection
  • Whether you prefer starting off with a younger plant and watch it grow into full majestic glory over the years or jumping in with more munch, right from the get go, we've got you covered!  Cultivo is all about choices and our plants are available in various sizes and options to suit your every need.  These plants are sold as dormant rhizomes, ready to pot up for winter dormancy with new summer pitchers expected during the growing season and only available while stocks last

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              • Trumpet pitchers are dormant during the winter months
              • Please note that images represent our plants in full summer growth under optimal conditions
                • During dormancy pitchers usually die off partially or in some cases entirely
                • Plants will present with dry (dying) pitchers during and a couple of weeks after the dormancy period in the colder months of the year (Usually May to October)
              • Here's a quick guide on growing a happy and healthy trumpet pitcher plant

              How to care for your trumpet pitcher plant

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