When we cross two plants from the same Sarracenia species the resulting plant will still belong to that species. In the wild Sarracenia of a single species will be cross pollinated resulting plants that look similar but are not exactly the same. When we make a cross between two plants of a single Sarracenia species in our greenhouses we can use plants from different locations to create new hybrids of greater variety.
Sarracenia minor hybrids grow list
- S. minor var. okefenokeensis - 'Okefenokee Giant' - Green - Georgia - x self
- S. minor - fat stocky pitchers - Francis Marion National Forest, Charleston County - x self
- S. minor - ICPS seed bank November 2011
- S. minor var. okefenokeensis - Giant - Alastair Culham Reading University MK M12
- S. minor var. okefenokeensis - Clone 2 - wild seed - (PW) x self
- S. minor var. okefenokeensis - Giant, red eyes - ex Plantera x self