Pitcher Plant (Sarracenia Purpurea )•
Posted on February 23 2022
Native to the United States! My cup shaped leaves set me apart from any other plant at the party. I am a carnivorous plant, meaning I prefer to get my nutrients from insects rather than the soil itself. The best placement for me is indoors as I can be sensitive to dramatic shifts in temperature, as well as frost.
|Other Names||Scarlet Belle, Adam’s Cup, Fever Cup|
|Country Of Origin||United States|
|Water||Keep soil moist.|
|Sunlight||Full Sunlight. At least 10 hours per day.|
|Soil||Well Draining low fertility mixture. Try using a mixture of Peat Moss, Bark and Vermiculite.|
|Temperature||60°F - 70°F|
|Planting Zone||3A - 9B|
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