Sarracenia minor is an American Pitcher Plant found in bogs mainly throughout northen Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas. The species produces a domed hood with beautiful light in uses to confuse prey. The okeefenokensis variety is found around the Okeefenokee swamp in southern Georgia. Plants from this region are significantly larger than other varieties of the species and have been documented to be 3 feet tall or higher. Plants are most often found floating on mats of live sphagnum moss.
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Bare-root rhizome plants are recommended for experienced growers only. Please see the terms associated with them.