Sarracenia ‘Waccamaw’ is the most beautiful example of flava var. atropurpurea. It is originally from Green Swamp, North Carolina and was was imported to New Zealand by Christchurch Botanical Gardens in the 1980’s. In the spring, new pitchers emerge colored bright red. The intense red color saturates the entire exterior of the leaf. In striking contrast, the interior is bright yellow, maturing to red with vertical venation. It is by far, the most attractive Sarracenia flava in cultivation.
Sarracenia 'Black Widow' is a select clone of "alata black x flava red" produced by Phil Falisi. Every year it makes a few burgundy and chartreuse leaves that mature to a tone that borders on black.
The seedlings of these two parents will be 1/4 alata, 3/4 red flava. Start getting your hopes up now, these will blow your mind! Each packet contains approximately 25 seeds.
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