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F: +[Sarraceniaceae {Dumort.}]

TF: [Sarracenia {L.}]
N: +[Darlingtonia californica {Torr.}]
P: Smithson.Contrib.6, Art.4:5 (1853)
T: Upper Sacramento, few mi S Shasta Peak, N Ca., US, J.D.Brackenridge (NY387767)
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-DAR-DAR-DAR
L: US (Ca., Ore.)
LFR:
32:
Vancouver
62:
?California
RLC: LR (lc)
XN: 30 {Bell} ut [Chrysamphora californica {(Torr.) Greene}]
XNP: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.65:140 (1949)
image: darlingt/0045: Botanical line drawing of Sarracenia and Darlingtonia
image: darlingt/0067: Plant in native habitat: overview
image: darlingt/0073: Plant in native habitat: blossoms
image: darlingt/darl: closeup of flower in cultivation
text: darlingt/0074.htm: Paper on reproductive biology + bibliography
text: darlingt/darlingt.htm: Excerpt from: The Wild Flowers of California
image: darlingt/dcal_CA: Plants in vertical serpentine wall
image: darlingt/DarlingtoniaXbouton: flower, fruit, germination, seeds, hood
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N: [Darlingtonia courtii {(Hort.Veitch ex Wilson) Burb.}]
P: Fl. & Sylva 3:233 (1905)
BN: [Sarracenia courtii {Hort.Veitch ex Wilson}]
S: =[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]]
C: spec.excl. ([Sarracenia {L.}])
N: +[Heliamphora sarracenioides {Carow, Wistuba & Harbarth}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.34:4 (2005)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v34n1p4_6.html
T: Gran Sabana, Edo.Bolivar, S VE, 1. 2004, A.Wistuba, T.Carow & P.Harbarth 01/04/s1 (VEN)
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-HEL-HEL-HEL
L: VE (Gran Sabana)
LFR:120:Guayana
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G: +[Sarracenia {L.}]

P: Sp.Pl.1.ed.:510 (1753)
TG: [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]
N: [Sarracenia acuta {Raf.}]
P: Autikon Bot.:34 (1840)
T: Ala., US, (?)
S: =[Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]
N: [Sarracenia adunca {Sm.}]
P: Exot.Bot.1:103 (1804)
T: Hartsville, Darlington Co., SC., US, Smith s.n. (CNC 26578)
S: =[Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]
N: [Sarracenia ahlesii {Bell & Case}]
P: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.72:151 (1956)
T: 5 mi SE Fruitdale, Washington Co., Ala., US, 1955, Bell 1495 (NCU)
S: =[[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] * [Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]]
L: US (Ala., Miss.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
C: priority for parentage
N: [Sarracenia alabamensis {Case & Case}]
P: Rhodora 76:653 (1974), typ. illeg., Sida 21:2169 (2005)
T: along railroad between Elmore & Speigner, Elmore Co., Ala., US, 1. 5. 1972, F. & R.Case S500 (US02797766)
S: =[Sarracenia rubra subsp. alabamensis {(Case & Case) Schnell}]
N: [Sarracenia alabamensis subsp. wherryi {Case & Case}]
P: Rhodora 78:315 (1976)
T: 1/2 mi E Chatom, Washington Co., Ala., US, 9. 1974, F. & W.Case S573 (US02797749)
S: =[Sarracenia rubra subsp. wherryi {(Case & Case) Schnell}]
N: +[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]
P: Obj.Less.Bot.:157 (1863)
BN: [Sarracenia gronovii var. alata {Wood}]
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (Ala., Miss., La., Tex.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
RLC: LR (nt)
XN: 26 {Bell} ut [Sarracenia sledgei {Macf.}]
XNP: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.65:139 (1949)
image: sarracen/0066: Naturalized plant
image: sarracen/s_alata1: multiple views, Meadowview Nurseries, Virginia U.S.A
image: sarracen/sala_AL1: plants in habitat, W Alabama IMAGE: sarracen/sala_AL2 group of plants with spent flowers in habitat
image: sarracen/sala_MS: plants in habitat
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N: ~[Sarracenia alata f. biflora {Hort.Westphal}]
P: Carniv.Bestandsl.2:2 (1995)
S: =[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]
C: nom.nud.
N: ~[Sarracenia alata f. pubescens {Hort.Westphal}]
P: Carniv.Bestandsl.:4 (1991)
S: =[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]
C: nom.nud.
N: [Sarracenia alata f. viridescens {S.McPherson & Schnell}]
P: S.McPherson & Schnell, Sarr.N.Am.:745 (2011)
T: Stone Co., Miss., US, ex cult. UK Natl. Sarracenia coll., 5. 8. 2011, S.McPherson 55 (K000720182)
S: =[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]
N: ~[Sarracenia alata var. areolata {P.Sheridan}]
P: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:11 (2009)
T: Tex. & La., US, (?)
S: =[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]
C: nom.nud.
N: +[Sarracenia alata var. atrorubra {S.McPherson & Schnell}]
P: S.McPherson & Schnell, Sarr.N.Am.:740 (2011)
T: Stone Co., Miss., US, ex cult. UK Natl. Sarracenia coll., 5. 8. 2011, S.McPherson 50 (K000720177)
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (Miss., La., ?Tex.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
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N: +[Sarracenia alata var. cuprea {S.McPherson & Schnell}]
P: S.McPherson & Schnell, Sarr.N.Am.:741 (2011)
T: Stone Co., Miss., US, ex cult. UK Natl. Sarracenia coll., 5. 8. 2011, S.McPherson 51 (K000720178)
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (Miss., La., ?Tex.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
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N: +[Sarracenia alata var. nigropurpurea {D'Amato ex S.McPherson & Schnell}]
P: S.McPherson & Schnell, Sarr.N.Am.:742 (2011)
T: Stone Co., Miss., US, ex cult. UK Natl. Sarracenia coll., 5. 8. 2011, S.McPherson 52 (K000720179)
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (Miss., La., ?Tex.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
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N: +[Sarracenia alata var. ornata {S.McPherson & Schnell}]
P: S.McPherson & Schnell, Sarr.N.Am.:743 (2011)
T: Stone Co., Miss., US, ex cult. UK Natl. Sarracenia coll., 5. 8. 2011, S.McPherson 53 (K000720180)
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (Miss., La., ?Tex.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
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N: +[Sarracenia alata var. rubrioperculata {S.McPherson & Schnell}]
P: S.McPherson & Schnell, Sarr.N.Am.:744 (2011)
T: Stone Co., Miss., US, ex cult. UK Natl. Sarracenia coll., 5. 8. 2011, S.McPherson 54 (K000720181)
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (Miss., La., ?Tex.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
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N: ~[Sarracenia alava {Hort.Westphal}]
P: Carniv.Bestandsl.:4 (1991)
S: =[[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] * [Sarracenia flava {L.}]]
C: nom.nud., priority for parentage but name not published validly
N: [Sarracenia alba {(Hort.Baines ex Berk.) Bell}]
P: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.68:76 (1952)
BN: [Sarracenia drummondii var. alba {Hort.Baines ex R.Hogg & T.Moore}]
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
N: [Sarracenia areolata {Macf.}]
P: Bailey, Std.Cycl.Hort.6:3081 (1917)
LT: Theodore, Mobile Co., Ala., US, 1909, Macfarlane s.n. (CNC) {Bell}
LTP: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.68:70 (1952)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]]
L: US (Ala., Miss.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
C: priority for parentage
N: ~[Sarracenia arkwrightii {Hort.Bruce}]
P: Gard.Chron.3.ser.53:357 (1913)
S: =?[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia flava {L.}]]
C: nom.nud., later synonym of [Sarracenia moorei {Hort.Moore ex Mast.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia ashbridgei {Hort.Bruce}]
P: J.Roy.Hort.Soc.42:clix (1916)
S: =[Sarracenia ?]
C: nom.nud.
N: ~[Sarracenia atkinsoniana {Hort.S.G.}]
P: Garden Lond.28:218 (1885)
S: =[[Sarracenia flava var. maxima {Hort.Bull ex Mast.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}]
N: [Sarracenia atropurpurea {Hort.Veitch ex Berk.}]
P: J.Roy.Hort.Soc.2.ser.2:vii (1870)
T: ex cult., UK, from US (?K)
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia atropurpurea {auct. non Hort.Veitch ex Berk.: Hort.Bull ex Mast.}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.13:759 (1880)
T: [Sarracenia atrosanguinea {Hort.Bull ex W.Robinson}]
S: =[Sarracenia flava var. atropurpurea {(Hort.Bull ex Mast.) Hort.Bull ex W.Robinson}]
C: nom.superfl.
N: [Sarracenia atrosanguinea {Hort.Bull ex W.Robinson}]
P: Garden Lond.16:93 (1879)
T: ex cult., UK, from US (?K)
S: =[Sarracenia flava var. atropurpurea {(Hort.Bull ex Mast.) Hort.Bull ex W.Robinson}]
B: W.Bull
N: [Sarracenia aurea {Sartwell ex Macf.}]
P: Pflanzenr.34:34 (1908)
T: Junius, Seneca Co., NY., US, 1832 ?, Sartwell s.n. (NY)
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea f. heterophylla {(Eaton) Fern.}]
N: [Sarracenia bellii {L.Mellichamp}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.37:113 (2008)
T: just N Yellow R., W side of Hwy. 87, Sta.Rosa Co., Fla., US, ca. 1952, Case P-42, ex cult. L.Mellichamp s.n. (UNCC)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia rubra subsp. gulfensis {Schnell}]]
L: US (Fla.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia farnhamii {Hort.Farnham}]
N: ~[Sarracenia brucei {Hort.Bruce}]
P: Gard.Chron.3.ser.53:357 (1913)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia flava {L.}]]
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia moorei {Hort.Moore ex Mast.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia buchananii {Hort.Williams ex W.Robinson}]
P: Garden Lond.28:463 (1885)
T: ex cult. Upper Holloway, UK, (?)
S: =[[Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]
B: B.S.Williams, Upper Holloway
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia chelsonii {Hort.Veitch ex Wilson}]
N: [Sarracenia buchani {R.Hogg}]
P: J.Hortic.3.ser.11:389 (1886)
CN: [Sarracenia buchananii {Hort.Williams ex W.Robinson}]
S: =[[Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]
B: B.S.Williams, Upper Holloway
C: sphalm.typogr.
N: [Sarracenia calceolata {Nutt.}]
P: Trans.Am.Phil.Soc.S.2.4:49 (1834)
T: Court house, Tatnall Co., Ga., US, Nuttall s.n. (?)
S: =[Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia cantabrigiensis {Hort.Lynch ex Zahn}]
P: Gartenwelt 12:82 (1907)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]]
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia excellens {Hort.S.G.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia caroli-schmidtii {Bonst.}]
P: Gartenwelt 18:407 (1914)
T: ex cult. Hort. Bot. Goettingen, C.Bonstedt (?GOET)
S: =[[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
B: C.Bonstedt, Goettingen
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia chelsonii {Mast.}]
N: [Sarracenia casei {L.Mellichamp}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.37:113 (2008)
T: just N Deer Park along US 45, Washington Co., Ala., US, 7. 8. 1985, L.Mellichamp s.n. (UNCC)
S: =[[Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}] * [Sarracenia rubra subsp. wherryi {(Case & Case) Schnell}]]
L: US (Ala., Miss.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia gilpinii {Bell & Case}]
N: ~[Sarracenia catesbaei {auct. non Elliott: (auct. non Mast.: Mohr) Mohr}]
P: Pl.Life of Ala.:531 (1901)
BN: [Sarracenia flava var. catesbaei {auct. non Mast.: Mohr}]
S: =[Sarracenia oreophila {(Kearney) Wherry}]
N: ~[Sarracenia catesbaei {auct. non Elliott: (Mast.) Small}]
P: Fl.S.E.U.S.:494 (1903)
BN: [Sarracenia flava var. catesbaei {Mast.}]
S: =[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]
N: ~[Sarracenia catesbaei {auct. non Elliott: Harper}]
P: Bull.Torr.Bot.Cl.30:333 (1903)
S: =?[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia flava {L.}]] /?[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]]
C: ?later synonym of [Sarracenia moorei {Hort.Moore ex Mast.}] /?later synonym of [Sarracenia farnhamii {Hort.Farnham}]
N: [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}]
P: Bot.Sc.2:11 (1824)
T: Chesterfield Distr., SC., US, Macbride s.n. (CHARL)
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
L: US (Va., NC., SC., Ga., Fla., Ala.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
C: priority for parentage
image: sarracen/sxcates: plant in habitat, Pender Co., NC, USA
image: sarracen/0082: Plant in Cultivation
N: [Sarracenia charlesmoorei {L.Mellichamp}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.37:114 (2008)
T: Henderson Co., NC., US, 20. 10. 2007, L.Mellichamp s.n. (UNCC)
S: =[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii {(Wherry) Wherry}]]
L: US (NC.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia chelsonii {Hort.Veitch ex Wilson}]
N: ~[Sarracenia chelsonii {auct. non Hort.Veitch ex Wilson: Mast.}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.13:722 (1880)
T: from cult., England, GB, (?K)
NT: Scotland Co., NC., US, Wellman (CNC 30805) {Bell}
NTP: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.68:65 (1952)
S: =[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]]
L: US (NC., SC., Ga., Fla., Ala.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia chelsonii {Hort.Veitch ex Wilson}]
N: [Sarracenia chelsonii {Hort.Veitch ex Wilson}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.8:600 (1877)
T: ex cult., UK, (?K)
S: =[[Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
B: Veitch
C: priority for parentage
N: ~[Sarracenia claytonii {Hort.Clayton}]
P: J.Roy.Hort.Soc.12:cxv (1890)
S: =[[Sarracenia ?] * [Sarracenia ?]]
C: nom.nud.
N: ~[Sarracenia comptonensis {Hort.Gardner}]
P: in sched. (1991)
S: =[[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] * [[[Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]] * [[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]]]]
C: nom.nud., priority for parentage
N: [Sarracenia cookiana {Hort.Sander}]
P: J.Roy.Hort.Soc.20:cci (1896)
T: ex cult. Quorn House near Loughborough, UK, (?K)
S: =?[[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
B: Cook
C: eligible (but uncertain) legitimate synonym of [Sarracenia exculta {auct. non Hort.S.G.: Hort. ex Nichols.}], which is an illegitimate name (later homonym)
N: ~[Sarracenia cooksonii {Hort.Sander ex W.Robinson}]
P: Garden Lond.50:359 (1896)
CN: [Sarracenia cookiana {Hort.Sander}]
S: =?[[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
C: sphalm.typogr.
N: [Sarracenia courtii {Hort.Veitch ex Wilson}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.16:381 (1881)
T: from cult., England, GB, (?K)
NT: from cult., England, GB, Harrison (US 2997) {Bell}
NTP: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.68:64 (1952)
S: =[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]]
L: US (Ga., Fla., Ala., Miss.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
B: Court
C: priority for parentage
N: ~[Sarracenia crispata {auct. non Hort.Bull ex Andre: Macf.}]
P: Pflanzenr.34:36 (1908)
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]]
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia harperi {Bell}]
N: [Sarracenia crispata {Hort.Bull ex Andre}]
P: Ill.Hortic.27:87 (1880)
T: ex cult., UK, from US (?P)
S: =[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]
N: ~[Sarracenia crispiana {Hort.Bruce ex Burb.}]
P: Fl. & Sylva 3:302 (1905)
S: =[[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]] * [[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]]]]
B: Bruce
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia harperi {Bell}]
N: ~[Sarracenia cristata {Hort.Bull ex W.Robinson}]
P: Garden Lond.17:296 (1880)
CN: [Sarracenia crispata {Hort.Bull ex Andre}]
S: =[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]
C: sphalm.typogr.
N: ~[Sarracenia decora {Hort.Williams ex Mast.}]
P: Gard.Chron.3.ser.6:250 (1889)
S: =[[Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}] * [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]]
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia formosa {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia diesneriana {Hort.Hefka}]
P: Oesterr.Gart.Z.8:43 (1913)
S: =[[[Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]] * [Sarracenia flava {L.}]]
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia willisii {Hort.Veitch ex Nichols.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia dormeri {Hort.R.Veitch}]
P: J.Roy.Hort.Soc.26:clxxix (1901)
CN: [Sarracenia dormeriana {Hort.Veitch ex W.Robinson}]
S: =?[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
C: sphalm.typogr., ?later synonym of [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}]
N: [Sarracenia dormeriana {Hort.Veitch ex W.Robinson}]
P: Garden Lond.28:464 (1885)
T: N America, ex cult. Veitch, UK, (?K)
S: =?[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
B: Dormer
C: ?later synonym of [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}]
N: [Sarracenia drummondii {Croom}]
P: Ann.Lyc.Nat.Hist.NY.4:100 (1848)
T: Franklin Co., Apalachicola, Fla., US, 1835, Drummond 6 (GH)
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
N: [Sarracenia drummondii var. alba {Hort.Baines ex R.Hogg & T.Moore}]
P: Flor.Pomol.1867:185 (1867)
NT: Deer Park, Washington Co., Ala., US, Reade s.n. (PENN 57857) {Bell}
NTP: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.65:149 (1952)
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia drummondii var. albiflora {anon.}]
P: Just, Bot.Jahresber.7.2:714 (1879)
CN: [Sarracenia drummondii var. alba {Hort.Baines ex R.Hogg & T.Moore}]
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
C: sphalm.typogr.
N: [Sarracenia drummondii var. atropurpurea {Macf. ex Bell}]
P: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.65: 149 (1949)
T: Crestview, Fla., US, Macfarlane s.n. (PENN 49355)
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
N: [Sarracenia drummondii var. major {Hort.Sander}]
P: J.Roy.Hort.Soc.19:clxxxvi (1896)
T: ex cult. St.Albans, UK, (?K)
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
B: F.Sander & Co., St.Albans
N: [Sarracenia drummondii var. rubra {Hort.Baines ex Nichols.}]
P: Dict.of Gard.3:365 (1887)
NT: Deer Park, Ala., US, Reade s.n. (PENN 57858) {Bell}
NTP: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.65:149 (1952)
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
N: [Sarracenia drummondii var. undulata {(Decne.) Bail.}]
P: Cyclop.Am.Hort.:1616 (1902)
BN: [Sarracenia undulata {Decne.}]
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia ebliana {Hort.}]
P: J.Roy.Hort.Soc.21:ccvii (1897)
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}]
N: [Sarracenia erythropus {(Hort.Bull ex Mast.) Hort.Bull}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.17:713 (1882)
BN: [Sarracenia flava var. erythropus {Hort.Bull ex Mast.}]
S: =[Sarracenia flava var. rugelii {(Shuttlew. ex A.DC.) Mast.}]
N: [Sarracenia excellens {Hort.S.G.}]
P: Garden Lond.28:219 (1885)
T: none designated, ex cult. (?)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]]
L: US (Ga., Fla.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
C: priority for parentage
N: ~[Sarracenia exculta {auct. non Hort.S.G.: Hort. ex Nichols.}]
P: Dict.of Gard.3:364 (1887)
S: =[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]]]
C: priority for parentage but name illegitimate (later homonym)
N: ~[Sarracenia exculta {Hort.S.G.}]
P: Garden Lond.28:219 (1885)
T: none designated, ex cult. (?)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia flava var. atropurpurea {(Hort.Bull ex Mast.) Hort.Bull ex W.Robinson}]]
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia moorei {Hort.Moore ex Mast.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia exoniensis {Hort.Veitch}]
P: J.Roy.Hort.Soc.24:26 (1900)
CN: [Sarracenia exornata {Hort.S.G.}]
S: =[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]]
C: sphalm.typogr., later synonym of [Sarracenia exornata {Hort.S.G.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia exornata {auct. non Hort.S.G.: Hort. ex Nichols.}]
P: Dict.of Gard.3:364 (1887)
S: =[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]]]
C: simultaneous synonym of [Sarracenia exculta {auct. non Hort.S.G.: Hort. ex Nichols.}], later homonym
N: [Sarracenia exornata {Hort.S.G.}]
P: Garden Lond.28:218 (1885)
T: America, Dormer s.n. (?|)
NT: Theodore, Mobile Co., Ala., US, Pennell s.n. (PENN 58126) {Bell}
NTP: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.68:66 (1952)
S: =[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]]
L: US (Ala., Miss.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
C: priority for parentage
N: ~[Sarracenia exsculpta {Nichols.}]
P: Dict.Pratiq.Hort.4:641 (1896)
CN: [Sarracenia exculta {auct. non Hort.S.G.: Hort. ex Nichols.}]
S: =[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]]]
C: sphalm.typogr.
N: [Sarracenia farnhamii {Hort.Farnham}]
P: J.Roy.Hort.Soc.15:cxx (1892)
T: Fla., US, (?)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]]
L: US (Ga., Fla., Ala., Miss.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
B: Cook
C: priority for parentage
N: ~[Sarracenia fieldesii {Hort.Pitcher & Manda}]
P: J.Roy.Hort.Soc.15:142 (1893)
CN: [Sarracenia fildesii {Hort.Bruce ex W.Robinson}]
S: =[Sarracenia flava var. ornata {Hort.Bull ex Mast.}]
C: sphalm.typogr.
N: ~[Sarracenia fildesii {Hort.Bruce ex W.Robinson}]
P: Garden Lond.17:450 (1880)
T: ex cult. J.Fildes esq., UK, (?)
S: =[Sarracenia flava var. ornata {Hort.Bull ex Mast.}]
B: Bull
N: ~[Sarracenia flambeau {Hort.Williams ex W.Robinson}]
P: Garden Lond.28:464 (1885)
T: ex cult. Upper Holloway, UK, (?K)
S: =[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]]
B: B.S.Williams, Upper Holloway
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia swaniana {W.Robinson}]
N: ~[Sarracenia flava {auct. non L. ex Macf.}]
P: Pflanzenr.34:29 (1908)
S: =[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]
N: ~[Sarracenia flava {auct. non L.: Macf.}]
P: Pflanzenr.34:31 (1908)
S: =[Sarracenia flava {L.}] /[Sarracenia oreophila {(Kearney) Wherry}]
N: +[Sarracenia flava {L.}]
P: Sp.Pl.1.ed.:510 (1753)
T: S US, (?LINN|)
NT: Catesby, Nat.Hist.Carol.2:t69 (1738) {McDaniel}
NTP: Bull.Tall Timbers Res.Stat.9:15 (1971)
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (Va., NC., SC.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
RLC: LR (lc)
XN: 26 {Bell}
XNP: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.65:139 (1949)
image: sarracen/0087: Plant in habitat
image: sarracen/bmrhsf: view of plants in habitat
image: sarracen/bmrhsfm: plants in habitat
image: sarracen/ps19: plant in habitat (SE North Carolina, USA)
image: sarracen/ps20: flower in habitat (SE North Carolina, USA)
image: sarracen/ps21: Copper-colored plant in habitat (SE North Carolina, USA)
image: sarracen/ps24: closeup of plant in habitat (SE North Carolina, USA)
image: sarracen/ps25: closeup of plant in habitat (SE North Carolina, USA)
image: sarracen/isao92: sideview of flower
image: sarracen/cmflava: "pure red form"
image: sarracen/s_flava1: multiple views in habitat
image: sarracen/flava5: plants in habitat, Walton county Florida, USA
image: sarracen/sflavcjl: copper-colored plant, Brunswick Co., NC, USA
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N: [Sarracenia flava * rubra {Andre}]
P: Ill.Hortic.27:87 (1880)
SYN: [Sarracenia crispata {Hort.Bull ex Andre}]
S: =[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]
N: [Sarracenia flava f. rugelii {(Shuttlew. ex A.DC.) Hort.Westphal}]
P: Carniv.Bestandsl.:4 (1991)
BN: [Sarracenia rugelii {Shuttlew. ex A.DC.}]
S: =[Sarracenia flava var. rugelii {(Shuttlew. ex A.DC.) Mast.}]
N: [Sarracenia flava f. viridescens {S.McPherson & Schnell}]
P: S.McPherson & Schnell, Sarr.N.Am.:746 (2011)
T: Brunswick Co., NC., US, ex cult. UK Natl. Sarracenia coll., 5. 8. 2011, S.McPherson 56 (K000720183)
S: =[Sarracenia flava {L.}]
N: +[Sarracenia flava var. atropurpurea {(Hort.Bull ex Mast.) Hort.Bull ex W.Robinson}]
P: Garden Lond.17:302 (1880)
BN: [Sarracenia atropurpurea {Hort.Bull ex Mast.}]
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (NC., SC., Fla.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
RLC: LR (lc)
image: sarracen/CarnivorousPlants035: multiple views of pitcher
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N: [Sarracenia flava var. atrosanguinea {(Hort.Bull ex W.Robinson) Mast.}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.16:12 (1881)
BN: [Sarracenia atrosanguinea {Hort.Bull ex W.Robinson}]
S: =[Sarracenia flava var. atropurpurea {(Hort.Bull ex Mast.) Hort.Bull ex W.Robinson}]
N: ~[Sarracenia flava var. catesbaei {auct. non Mast.: Mohr}]
P: Bull.Torr.Bot.Cl.24:23 (1897)
T: bank of Little River, Lookout Mt., DeKalb Co., Ala., US, (?)
S: =[Sarracenia oreophila {(Kearney) Wherry}]
N: ~[Sarracenia flava var. catesbaei {Mast.}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.16:11 (1881)
SYN: [Sarracenia flava var. picta {Hort. ex Nichols.}]
S: =[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]
N: [Sarracenia flava var. crispata {(Hort.Bull ex Andre) Mast.}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.15:629 (1881)
BN: [Sarracenia crispata {Hort.Bull ex Andre}]
S: =[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]
N: +[Sarracenia flava var. cuprea {Schnell}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.27:118 (1998)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v27n4p116_120.html
T: off State Rt. 211, Brunswick Co., NC., US, ex cult. 1. 7. 1998, D.E.Schnell s.n. (US)
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (NC., SC., Fla.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
RLC: LR (lc)
image: sarracen/sflacup_NC2: Pitcher lids. Green Swamp area, NC.
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N: ~[Sarracenia flava var. erythropus {Hort.Bull ex Mast.}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.15:817 (1881)
SYN: [Sarracenia flava var. rugelii {(Shuttlew. ex A.DC.) Mast.}]
S: =[Sarracenia flava var. rugelii {(Shuttlew. ex A.DC.) Mast.}]
C: nom.superfl.
N: [Sarracenia flava var. gigantea {Hort.Bruce ex Burb.}]
P: Fl. & Sylva 3:300 (1905)
T: ex cult., UK, (?K)
S: =?[Sarracenia flava var. rugelii {(Shuttlew. ex A.DC.) Mast.}]
B: Bruce
N: [Sarracenia flava var. limbata {Hort.Bull ex Mast.}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.16:12 (1881)
T: Fla., US, ex cult., UK, (?K)
S: =[Sarracenia flava var. rugelii {(Shuttlew. ex A.DC.) Mast.}]
B: Bull
N: [Sarracenia flava var. major {Hort.Bull ex E.Otto}]
P: Hamb.Gart.Bl.Z.35:338 (1879)
T: ex cult. Chelsea, UK, (?K)
S: =?[Sarracenia flava var. rugelii {(Shuttlew. ex A.DC.) Mast.}]
B: T.S.Ware
N: +[Sarracenia flava var. maxima {Hort.Bull ex Mast.}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.15:817 (1881)
T: none designated, ex cult. Bull, (?)
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (NC., SC., Fla.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
RLC: LR (lc)
B: Bull
image: sarracen/sflamax_FL: plants in habitat
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N: [Sarracenia flava var. media {Macf.}]
P: Pflanzenr.34:31 (1908)
T: Fla., US, J.M.Macfarlane (?)
S: =?[Sarracenia flava var. maxima {Hort.Bull ex Mast.}]
N: [Sarracenia flava var. minima {Hort.Bull ex Mast.}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.15:817 (1881)
T: St.Andrews Bay, Bay Co., Fla., US, Tracy s.n. (PENN 49550)
S: =[Sarracenia flava var. ornata {Hort.Bull ex Mast.}]
N: [Sarracenia flava var. oreophila {Kearney}]
P: Science 12:833 (1900)
T: Little River, SW end of Lookout Mt., Valley Head, DeKalb Co., Ala., US, 22. 5. 1899, Biltmore 371 (US)
S: =[Sarracenia oreophila {(Kearney) Wherry}]
N: +[Sarracenia flava var. ornata {Hort.Bull ex W.Robinson}]
P: Garden Lond.17:399 (1880)
T: St.Andrews Bay, Bay Co., Fla., US, Tracy s.n. (PENN 49549)
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (NC., SC., Fla.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
RLC: LR (lc)
image: sarracen/sflaorn_NC: Plants growing in the Green Swamp area, NC.
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N: [Sarracenia flava var. picta {Hort.Bull ex W.Robinson}]
P: Garden Lond.17:378 (1880)
T: ex cult. Chelsea, UK, (?K)
S: =[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]
B: Bull
N: ~[Sarracenia flava var. rubra {Hort.Pitcher & Manda}]
P: J.Roy.Hort.Soc.15:141 (1892)
T: ex cult. Pitcher & Manda, Short Hills, N.J., US, (?)
S: =?[Sarracenia flava var. atropurpurea {(Hort.Bull ex Mast.) Hort.Bull ex W.Robinson}]
C: nom.nud.
N: +[Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora {Schnell}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.27:120 (1998)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v27n4p116_120.html
T: Liberty Co., Fla., US, ex cult. 1. 7. 1998, D.E.Schnell s.n. (US)
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (Fla.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
RLC: LR (cd)
image: sarracen/sflarub_FL: plant in habitat at type locality
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N: +[Sarracenia flava var. rugelii {(Shuttlew. ex A.DC.) Mast.}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.16:11 (1881)
BN: [Sarracenia rugelii {Shuttlew. ex A.DC.}]
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (Ala., Ga., Fla.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
RLC: LR (lc)
image: sarracen/bmrhsfr1: plants in habitat
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N: ~[Sarracenia flava var. sanguinea {Burb.}]
P: Fl. & Sylva 3:300 (1905)
CN: [Sarracenia flava var. atrosanguinea {(Hort.Bull ex Andre) Mast.}]
S: =[Sarracenia flava var. atropurpurea {(Hort.Bull ex Mast.) Hort.Bull ex W.Robinson}]
C: sphalm.typogr.
N: [Sarracenia formosa {auct. non Hort.Veitch ex Mast.: Hort.Bull ex Burb.}]
P: Fl. & Sylva 3:303 (1905)
T: ex cult. Bull, UK, (?K)
S: =[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]]
B: Wrigley
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia swaniana {W.Robinson}]
N: [Sarracenia formosa {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.15:817 (1881)
T: from cult., England, GB, (?K)
NT: near Fitzgerald, Irwin Co., Ga., US, Harper 2211 (NY288833) {Bell}
NTP: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.68:72 (1952)
S: =[[Sarracenia minor {Walt.}] * [Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]]
L: US (Ga., Fla.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
C: priority for parentage
N: ~[Sarracenia galeata {Bartr.}]
P: Travels:18 (1791)
T: Carolinas, US, (?)
S: =?[Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]
C: nom.nud.
N: ~[Sarracenia georgiana {Bonst.}]
P: Parey, Blumeng.1.ed.1:661 (1931)
T: ex cult. Botanical Garden Goettingen, DE, (?)
S: =[[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]]] * [[Sarracenia minor {Walt.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]]
B: C.Bonstedt, Goettingen, 1931
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia osterrathii {Bonst.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia gibbosa {Raf.}]
P: Autikon Bot.:33 (1840)
SYN: [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]
N: [Sarracenia gilpinii {Bell & Case}]
P: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.72:149 (1956)
T: N Yellow River E Fla. Hwy. 87, Sta. Rosa Co., Fla., US, 1955, Bell 1523 (NCU)
S: =[[Sarracenia rubra subsp. Gulfensis {Schnell}] * [Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]]
L: US (Ga., Fla.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
C: priority for parentage
N: ~[Sarracenia grandiflora {Raf.}]
P: Autikon Bot.:33 (1840)
SYN: [Sarracenia gibbosa {Raf.}]nom.illeg.
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia gronovii {Wood}]
P: Class Book:222 (1861)
SYN: [Sarracenia flava {L.}]
S: =[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] /[Sarracenia flava {L.}] /[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] /[Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]
N: [Sarracenia gronovii var. alata {Wood}]
P: Class Book:222 (1861)
T: La., US, Hale s.n. (GH)
S: =[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]
N: [Sarracenia gronovii var. drummondii {(Croom) Wood}]
P: Class Book:222 (1861)
BN: [Sarracenia drummondii {Croom}]
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
N: [Sarracenia gronovii var. flava {(L.) Wood}]
P: Class Book:222 (1861)
BN: [Sarracenia flava {L.}]
S: =[Sarracenia flava {L.}]
N: [Sarracenia gronovii var. rubra {(Walt.) Wood}]
P: Class Book:222 (1861)
BN: [Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]
S: =[Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]
N: [Sarracenia harperi {Bell}]
P: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.68:71 (1952)
T: near Bloys, Bulloch Co., Ga., US, 10. 6. 1901, R.M.Harper 855 (US)
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]]
L: US (NC., SC., Ga., Fla.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
C: priority for parentage
N: ~[Sarracenia harunomae {Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan}]
P: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:5 (1985)
S: =?[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia flava {L.}]]
B: Toyoda
C: nom.nud., ?later synonym of [Sarracenia moorei {Hort.Moore ex Mast.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia heterophylla {auct. non Eaton: Elliott ex Steud.}]
P: Nom.2.ed.2:514 (1841)
S: =?[Sarracenia flava var. maxima {Hort.Bull ex Mast.}]
N: [Sarracenia heterophylla {Eaton}]
P: Manual 4.ed.:445 (1824)
T: Northampton, Mass., US, 1818, Hunt s.n. (YU)
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea f. heterophylla {(Eaton) Fern.}]
N: [Sarracenia illustrata {auct. non Hort.S.G.: Nichols.}]
P: Dict.of Gard.3:364 (1887)
T: none designated
S: =[[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] * [[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]]
C: priority for parentage but name illegitimate (later homonym)
N: [Sarracenia illustrata {Hort.S.G.}]
P: Garden Lond.28:218 (1885)
T: ex cult. Roy. Exot. Nursery Chelsea, UK, (?K)
S: =[[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]] * [Sarracenia flava {L.}]]
B: W.Court
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}]
N: [Sarracenia intermedia {Bonst.}]
P: Gartenwelt 18:407 (1914)
T: ex cult. Hort. Bot. Goettingen, C.Bonstedt (?GOET)
S: =[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]
B: C.Bonstedt, Goettingen
N: [Sarracenia jonesii {Wherry}]
P: J.Wash.Acad.Sci.19:385 (1929)
T: 1.5 mi S Flat Rock Station, Henderson Co., NC., US, 13. 5. 1922, E.T.Wherry s.n. (US)
S: =[Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii {(Wherry) Wherry}] /[Sarracenia rubra subsp. wherryi {(Case & Case) Schnell}]
N: ~[Sarracenia kaufmanniana {Bonst.}]
P: Parey, Blumeng.1.ed.1:661 (1931)
CN: [Sarracenia kaufmannii {Bonst.}]
S: =[[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
B: C.Bonstedt, Goettingen
C: sphalm.typogr., later synonym of [Sarracenia chelsonii {Mast.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia kaufmannii {Bonst.}]
P: Gartenwelt 18:407 (1914)
T: ex cult. Hort. Bot. Goettingen, C.Bonstedt (?GOET)
S: =[[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
B: C.Bonstedt, Goettingen
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia chelsonii {Mast.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia laciniata {Kerner}]
P: Pflanzenleben 1:121 (1888)
T: [Sarracenia undulata {Decne.}]
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
C: nom.superfl.
N: [Sarracenia lacunosa {Bartr.}]
P: Travels 1.ed.:417 (1791)
T: Pensacola, Fla., US, W.Bartram s.n. (?)
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] /[Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]
N: [Sarracenia laschkei {Hort.Hefka}]
P: Oesterr.Gart.Z.8:43 (1913)
T: ex cult. Schoenbrunn, Vienna, AT, (?W)
S: =[[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]] * [[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]]
B: Laschke
C: priority for parentage
N: +[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
P: Fl.Ludov.:14 (1817)
T: near Pensacola, Fla., US, C.C.Robin (?|)
NT: 3 mi N Cantonment, Escambia Co., Fla., US, 7. 5. 1965, S.McDaniel 6182 (FSU) {McDaniel}
NTP: Bull.Tall Timbers Res.Stat.9:22 (1971)
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (Ga., Fla., Ala., Miss.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
RLC: VU (A1)
XN: 26 {Bell} ut [Sarracenia drummondii {Croom}]
XNP: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.65:139 (1949)
image: sarracen/0045: Botanical line drawing of Sarracenia and Darlingtonia
image: sarracen/0070: Naturalized plant
image: sarracen/sleucf: view of flower and pitchers
image: sarracen/s_leuco3: multiple views, in habitat, Alabama and Florida
image: sarracen/sleu_AL1: plants in habitat, W Alabama
image: sarracen/sleu_AL2: massive stand in habitat
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N: [Sarracenia leucophylla f. viridescens {S.McPherson & Schnell}]
P: S.McPherson & Schnell, Sarr.N.Am.:750 (2011)
T: Baldwin Co., Ala., US, ex cult. UK Natl. Sarracenia coll., 5. 8. 2011, S.McPherson 58 (K000720185)
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
N: +[Sarracenia leucophylla var. alba {(Hort.T.Baines ex R.Hogg & T.Moore) S.McPherson & Schnell}]
P: S.McPherson & Schnell, Sarr.N.Am.:747 (2011)
T: Baldwin Co., Ala., US, ex cult. UK Natl. Sarracenia coll., 5. 8. 2011, S.McPherson 57 (K000720184)
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (S Ala.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
image: Check Bob Ziemer's Photo Finder
N: ~[Sarracenia leucophylla var. pubescens {B.Pierson}]
P: Bull.Au.C.P.Soc.7:55 (1988)
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
C: nom.nud.
N: ~[Sarracenia lutea {Walt. ex Harper}]
P: Bull.Torr.Bot.Cl.30:332 (1903)
SYN: [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]
S: =[Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia macrophylla {Hort. ex Gentil}]
P: Pl.Cult.Serres Jard.Bot.Brux.:173 (1907)
T: ex cult. Brussels, BE, (?BR)
S: =[Sarracenia ?]
C: nom.nud.
N: ~[Sarracenia maddisonia {Hort.S.G.}]
P: Garden Lond.28:218 (1885)
CN: [Sarracenia maddisoniana {Hort.Veitch ex W.Robinson}]
S: =[[Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}] * [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]]
C: sphalm.typogr., later synonym of [Sarracenia formosa {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
N: [Sarracenia maddisoniana {Hort.Veitch ex W.Robinson}]
P: Garden Lond.24:447 (1883)
T: ex cult. Roy. Exot. Nursery Chelsea, UK, (?K)
S: =[[Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}] * [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]]
B: W.Court
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia formosa {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia mandana {Hort.Pitcher & Manda ex Mast.}]
P: Gard.Chron.3.ser.13:201 (1893)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia flava {L.}]]
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia moorei {Hort.Moore ex Mast.}]
N: [Sarracenia mariannae {Bonst.}]
P: Gartenwelt 18:408 (1914)
T: ex cult. Hort. Bot. Goettingen, C.Bonstedt (?GOET)
S: =[[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]] * [[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia flava {L.}]] * [[Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]]]
B: C.Bonstedt, Goettingen
C: priority for parentage
N: [Sarracenia media {Bartr. ex Macf.}]
P: Pflanzenr.34:33 (1908)
T: near Wateree River, SC., US, W.Bartram s.n. (?)
S: =[Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia melanorhoda {Hort.Veich ex Mast.}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.15:817 (1881)
S: =[[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}]
N: ~[Sarracenia mesoniana {Hort. ex Lindsay}]
P: Gard.Chron.3.ser.6:81 (1889)
T: ex cult., (?K)
S: =[[Sarracenia ?] * [Sarracenia ?]]
C: nom.nud.
N: [Sarracenia mexicana {Hort.Moore ex Mast.}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.16:11 (1881)
T: ex cult. Glasnevin, IE, (?)
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia milata {Hort.Westphal}]
P: Carniv.Bestandsl.:4 (1991)
S: =[[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] * [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]]
C: nom.nud., later synonym of [Sarracenia miniata {Hort.Slack}]
N: ~[Sarracenia mineophila {Hort.Westphal}]
P: Carniv.Bestandsl.:4 (1991)
S: =[[Sarracenia minor {Walt.}] * [Sarracenia oreophila {(Kearney) Wherry}]]
C: nom.nud., priority for parentage
N: ~[Sarracenia miniata {Hort.Slack}]
P: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:84 (1986)
S: =[[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] * [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]]
B: A.Slack
C: nom.nud., priority for parentage
N: ~[Sarracenia minor {auct. non Walt.: Sweet}]
P: Flower Gard.5 (S.2.2.):tab.138 (1832)
S: =[Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]
N: +[Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]
P: Fl.Carol.:153 (1788)
T: SC. to Fla., US, Walter s.n. (BM)
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (NC., SC., Ga., Fla.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
RLC: LR (lc)
XN: 26 {Bell}
XNP: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.65:139 (1949)
image: sarracen/0083: Plant in habitat
image: sarracen/0084: Plant in habitat
image: sarracen/s_minor2: different cultivated plants (from Okeefenokee swamp, with copper top, and lightly veined)
image: sarracen/smin_GA: plant with spent flowers in habitat, Georgia
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N: [Sarracenia minor f. viridescens {S.McPherson & Schnell}]
P: S.McPherson & Schnell, Sarr.N.Am.:751 (2011)
T: Worth Co., Ga., US, ex cult. UK Natl. Sarracenia coll., 5. 8. 2011, S.McPherson 59 (K000720186)
S: =[Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia minor var. multipetala {Hort.Komiya ex Hinode-Kadan}]
P: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
S: =[Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]
C: nom.nud.
N: +[Sarracenia minor var. okefenokeensis {Schnell}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.31:36 (2002)
T: ca. 15 km SE Waycross, Ware Co., Ga., US, 6. 2001, D.E.Schnell s.n. (US)
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (Ga.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
RLC: LR (cd)
image: sarracen/sminoke_GA: plant in habitat, Georgia
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N: [Sarracenia mitchelliana {Hort.S.G.}]
P: Garden Lond.28:219 (1885)
T: (?)
NT: 2,5 mi W Fla. state line by hwy.90, Bay Minette, Baldwin Co., Ala., US, 1948, Bell 548 (CNC) {Bell}
NTP: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.68:62 (1952)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
L: US (GA., Fla., Ala., Miss.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
B: T.Hubberstey
C: priority for parentage
N: ~[Sarracenia mixta {Hort.Westphal}]
P: Carniv.Bestandsl.:4 (1991)
S: =[[[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] * [Sarracenia oreophila {(Kearney) Wherry}]] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]
C: nom.nud., priority for parentage
N: ~[Sarracenia mooreana {auct. non Hort.Veitch: Hort.Westphal}]
P: Carniv.Bestandsl.:4 (1991)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia oreophila {(Kearney) Wherry}]]
C: priority for parentage but name illegitimate (later homonym)
N: ~[Sarracenia mooreana {Hort.Veitch}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.7:425 (1877)
CN: [Sarracenia moorei {Hort.Moore ex Mast.}]
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {L.}]]
C: sphalm.typogr., later synonym of [Sarracenia moorei {Hort.Moore ex Mast.}]
N: [Sarracenia moorei {Hort.Moore ex Mast.}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.1:702 (1874)
NT: SE Americus, Sumter Co., Ga., US, 1901, Harper 1021 (US) {Bell}
NTP: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.68:67 (1952)
NT: from cult., Glasnevin, Dublin, IE, 26. 11. 1881, W.R.McNab 125 (DBN) {E.C.Nelson}
NTP: Taxon 35:577 (1986)
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]
L: US (Ga., Fla., Ala.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
C: priority for parentage, later neotypification by E.C.Nelson superfluous and illegitimate
N: [Sarracenia naczii {L.Mellichamp}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.37:112 (2008)
T: ca. 5 km (3 mi) E Perdido R., S side of Ocie Phillips Rd., Escambia Co., Fla., US, 3. 9. 2007, L.Mellichamp s.n. (UNCC)
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea var. burkii {Schnell}]]
L: US (?Ala., Fla.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}]
N: ~[Sarracenia nigra {Higley}]
P: Bull.Chicago Acad.Sci.1:42 (1885)
CN: [Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]
S: =[Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]
C: sphalm.typogr.
N: [Sarracenia nutans {(Benth.) D.Dietr.}]
P: Syn.Pl.3:260 (1843)
BN: [Heliamphora nutans {Benth.}]
S: =[Heliamphora nutans {Benth.}]
C: spec.excl.
N: +[Sarracenia oreophila {(Kearney) Wherry}]
P: Bartonia 15:8 (1933)
BN: [Sarracenia flava var. oreophila {Kearney}]
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (Ala., Ga., NC.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
RLC: LR (cd)
XN: 26 {Bell}
XNP: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.65:139 (1949)
image: sarracen/0068: Naturalized plant
image: sarracen/0069: Naturalized plant
image: sarracen/cmoreo: S. oreophila in habitat, Towns County Georgia
image: sarracen/s_oreo1: multiple views, Georgia and Virginia
image: sarracen/sarra01: abnormal double hood, looking down tube
image: sarracen/sore_NC: Plant with pitchers in bog, NC.
image: Check Bob Ziemer's Photo Finder
N: +[Sarracenia oreophila var. ornata {S.McPherson & Schnell}]
P: S.McPherson & Schnell, Sarr.N.Am.:752 (2011)
T: DeKalb Co., Ala., US, ex cult. UK Natl. Sarracenia coll., 5. 8. 2011, S.McPherson 60 (K000720187)
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (Ala.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
RLC: CR
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N: ~[Sarracenia osterrathii {Bonst.}]
P: Gartenwelt 18:408 (1914)
T: ex cult. Hort. Bot. Goettingen, C.Bonstedt (?GOET)
S: =[[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]] * [[Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]]
B: C.Bonstedt, Goettingen
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia chelsonii {Mast.}]
N: [Sarracenia parviflora {Raf.}]
P: Autikon Bot.:33 (1840)
T: Fla., US, (?)
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa {(Raf.) Wherry}]
N: ~[Sarracenia patersoniana {Hort.Pitcher & Manda}]
P: J.Roy.Hort.Soc.15:142 (1893)
CN: [Sarracenia patersonii {auct. non Hort.S.G.: Hort. ex Macf.}]
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
C: sphalm.typogr., later synonym of [Sarracenia mitchelliana {Hort.S.G.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia patersonii {auct. non Hort.Paterson ex W.Robinson: Hort.Veitch}]
P: Gartenfl.36:398 (1887)
S: =?[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
C: ?later synonym of [Sarracenia mitchelliana {Hort.S.G.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia patersonii {Hort.Paterson ex W.Robinson}]
P: Garden Lond.28:185 (1885)
T: ex cult. Bridge of Allan, UK, Paterson (K)
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
B: Paterson, Fernfield, Bridge of Allan, 1885
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}]
N: [Sarracenia pickii {Bonst.}]
P: Gartenwelt 18:408 (1914)
T: ex cult. Hort. Bot. Goettingen, C.Bonstedt (?GOET)
S: =[[[Sarracenia minor {Walt.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]] * [[Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]]
B: C.Bonstedt, Goettingen
C: priority for parentage
N: [Sarracenia popei {Mast.}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.16:40 (1881)
T: from cult., 5. 1881, M.T.Masters (K)
NT: Carthage, Moore Co., NC., US, 1926, Harriot s.n. (PH 815520) {Bell}
NTP: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.68:75 (1952)
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]]
L: US (NC., SC., Ga., Fla., Ala.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
C: priority for parentage, neotypification by Bell superfluous and illegitimate
N: ~[Sarracenia porphyroneura {Hort. ex Mast.}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.17:812 (1882)
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}]
N: +[Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]
P: Fl.Bor.Am.1:311 (1803)
T: Augusta, Ga., US, ? Herb.Michaux (P)
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (Ga., Fla., Ala., Miss., La.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
RLC: LR (lc)
XN: 26 {Bell}
XNP: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.65:139 (1949)
image: sarracen/s_psit1: growth form with giant hood and aquatic growth habit
image: sarracen/psittacina2: flowering in habitat Okaloosa County, Florida
image: sarracen/spsi_AL: plants in habitat, W Alabama
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N: ~[Sarracenia psittacina f. heterophylla {Hort.J. & J.Ainsworth}]
P: Sarracenia:30 (1996)
S: =[Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]
C: nom.nud.
N: [Sarracenia psittacina f. luteoviridis {S.McPherson & Schnell}]
P: S.McPherson & Schnell, Sarr.N.Am.:755 (2011)
T: Chesser Prairie, Okefenokee Swamp, Ga., US, ex cult. UK Natl. Sarracenia coll., 5. 8. 2011, S.McPherson 62 (K000720188)
S: =[Sarracenia psittacina var. okefenokeensis {S.McPherson & Schnell}]
N: [Sarracenia psittacina f. viridescens {S.McPherson & Schnell}]
P: S.McPherson & Schnell, Sarr.N.Am.:753 (2011)
T: Baldwin Co., Ala., US, ex cult. UK Natl. Sarracenia coll., 5. 8. 2011, S.McPherson 61 (K000720188)
S: =[Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]
N: [Sarracenia psittacina var. minor {Hook.}]
P: Hook., J.Bot.1:190 (1834)
T: New Orleans, US, Drummond 14 (K)
S: =[Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]
N: +[Sarracenia psittacina var. okefenokeensis {S.McPherson & Schnell}]
P: S.McPherson & Schnell, Sarr.N.Am.:754 (2011)
T: Chesser Prairie, Okefenokee Swamp, Ga., US, F.Harper s.n. (PH768769)
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (Ga., Fla.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
image: Check Bob Ziemer's Photo Finder
N: ~[Sarracenia psittata {Hort.Westphal}]
P: Carniv.Bestandsl.:4 (1991)
S: =[[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] * [Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]]
C: nom.nud., later synonym of [Sarracenia ' Robin Louise ' {J. & P.Pietropaolo}]
N: [Sarracenia pulchella {Croom}]
P: Am.J.Sci.Arts 25:75 (1834)
T: Pine-barrens, Fla., US, 4., H.B.Croom (?GH)
S: =[Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia pureophila {Hort.Westphal}]
P: Carniv.Bestandsl.:4 (1991)
S: =[[Sarracenia oreophila {(Kearney) Wherry}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
C: nom.nud., priority for parentage
N: +[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]
P: Sp.Pl.1.ed.:510 (1753)
T: US, (?LINN|)
NT: Clusius, Hist.Pl.Rar.:82 (1601) {Wherry}
NTP: Bartonia 15:5 (1933), Castanea 37:146 (1972)
NT: Catesby, Nat.Hist.Carol.2:t70 (1738) {McDaniel}
NTP: Bull.Tall Timbers Res.Stat.9:26 (1971)
NT: about 4 mi W around L.Beauchamp, E Abitibi Co., Amos, Quebec, CA, 7. 1. 1952, Baldwin & Breitung 2910 (K) {Cheek, Schnell, Reveal & Schlauer}
NTP: Taxon 46:781 (1997)
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: S CA, NE US
LFR:
15:
Canada incl. Great Lakes
29:
Appalachians
RLC: LR (lc)
XN: 26 {Bell}
XNP: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.65:139 (1949)
C: McDaniel's neotypification illegitimate, Cheek & al. chose non-original material because none of the original material was examined by Linnaeus without doubt
image: sarracen/0045: Botanical line drawing of Sarracenia and Darlingtonia
image: sarracen/isao94: sideview of flower
image: sarracen/s_purp1: in habitat, Ontaria Canada & New Jersey U.S.A.
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N: ~[Sarracenia purpurea f. alba {Hanrahan}]
P: Am.Nurseryman Jan. 1:14 (1998)
T: Powder Springs, Ga., US, ex cult., R.Hanrahan (?GA)
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea var. burkii {Schnell}]
C: nom.nud., sub [subsp. venosa {(Raf.) Wherry}] et [var. burkii {Schnell}]
N: +[Sarracenia purpurea f. heterophylla {(Eaton) Fern.}]
P: Rhodora 24:174 (1922)
BN: [Sarracenia heterophylla {Eaton}]
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: CA (Newfoundland, Nova Scotia), US (Mich., NJ., NY.)
LFR:
15:
Canada incl. Great Lakes
29:
Appalachians
RLC: EN (B1,B2a,B2c,B2d,B2e)
image: sarracen/s_purp6: Naturalized plant growing in central Virginia U.S.A.
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N: ~[Sarracenia purpurea f. heterophylla {auct. non (Eaton) Fern.: Hort.Westphal}]
P: Carniv.Bestandsl.:4 (1991)
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa {(Raf.) Wherry}]
C: nom.nud., sub [subsp. venosa {(Raf.) Wherry}]
N: [Sarracenia purpurea f. incisa {Rousseau & Rouleau}]
P: Bull.Jard.Bot.Brux.27:378 (1957)
T: L.Albanel (Terr. de Mistassini), Ile de la Sarracenie, Quebec, CA, 1. 8. 1944, J.Rousseau & E.Rouleau 1238 (?BR)
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]
N: [Sarracenia purpurea f. luteola {Hanrahan & Miller}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.27:16 (1998)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v27n1p14_17.html
T: near Elsanor, Baldwin Co., Ala., US, B.Hanrahan & J.Miller 001 (GA 222692)
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea var. burkii {Schnell}]
C: sub [subsp. venosa {(Raf.) Wherry}] et [var. burkii {Schnell}]
N: [Sarracenia purpurea f. pallidiflora {S.McPherson & Schnell}]
P: S.McPherson & Schnell, Sarr.N.Am.:756 (2011)
T: ex cult. UK Natl. Sarracenia coll., 1. 1. 2011, M.King PV30 (K000639559)
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa {(Raf.) Wherry}]
N: [Sarracenia purpurea f. plena {D.S.Erskine ex W.L.Klawe}]
P: Can.Field-Nat.69:129 (1955)
T: Wedgeport, Nova Scotia, CA, 1. 7. 1953, W.L.Klawe 1049 (Toronto University)
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia purpurea mut. heterophylla {(Eaton) Wherry}]
P: J.Wash.Acad.Sci.19:382 (1929)
BN: [Sarracenia heterophylla {Eaton}]
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea f. heterophylla {(Eaton) Fern.}]
C: rank undefined
N: ~[Sarracenia purpurea subsp. gibbosa {(Raf.) Wherry}]
P: Bartonia 15:5 (1933)
BN: [Sarracenia gibbosa {Raf.}]nom.illeg.
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]
N: +[Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa {(Raf.) Wherry}]
P: Bartonia 15:3 (1933)
BN: [Sarracenia venosa {Raf.}]
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (NJ., Va., NC., SC., Ga.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
RLC: LR (lc)
image: sarracen/s_purp2: multiple views North Carolina & New Jersey U.S.A.
image: sarracen/sarr1: Reddish plant in grassy habitat, SE North Carolina, USA
image: sarracen/ps22: Close up of flower in habitat (SE North Carolina, USA)
image: sarracen/ps23: Bright red plant in habitat (SE North Carolina, USA)
image: sarracen/s_purpz: plants growing in habitat
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N: [Sarracenia purpurea var. alata {(Wood) Wood}]
P: Am.Bot. & Fl.:30 (1870)
BN: [Sarracenia gronovii var. alata {Wood}]
S: =[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]
N: +[Sarracenia purpurea var. burkii {Schnell}]
P: Rhodora 95:8 (1993)
T: off U.S. 45 near Deer Park, Washington Co., Ala., US, 4. 4. 1992, D.E.Schnell s.n. (NCU)
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (Ala., Ga., Fla.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
RLC: LR (nt)
C: sub [subsp. venosa {(Raf.) Wherry}]
image: sarracen/s_purp7: multiple views in cultivation
image: sarracen/spurbur_AL: plants in habitat at type locality
image: sarracen/spurbur_FL: plant with spent flowers in habitat
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N: [Sarracenia purpurea var. chorltonii {Hort.Bruce ex Burb.}]
P: Fl. & Sylva 3:302 (1905)
T: ex cult. Chorlton-com-Hardy near Manchester, UK, (?K)
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa {(Raf.) Wherry}]
B: Bruce
N: [Sarracenia purpurea var. heterophylla {(Eaton) Torr.}]
P: Nat.Hist.NY.1:41 (1843)
BN: [Sarracenia heterophylla {Eaton}]
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea f. heterophylla {(Eaton) Fern.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia purpurea var. major {Hort.Williams ex Turner}]
P: Proc.Intl.Hortic.Exhib.Bot.Congr.1866:291 (1866)
T: ex cult. B.S.Williams, Holloway, UK, (?)
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]
C: nom.nud.
N: +[Sarracenia purpurea var. montana {Schnell & Determann}]
P: Castanea 62:60 (1997)
T: near Etowah, Henderson Co., NC., US, 7. 1971, ex cult. 1995, D.E.Schnell 6636 (US)
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (NC., SC., Ga.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
RLC: LR (cd)
C: sub [subsp. venosa {(Raf.) Wherry}]
image: sarracen/spurmon_NC: Plants with pitchers and flowers
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N: [Sarracenia purpurea var. ripicola {Boivin}]
P: Can.Field-Nat.65:21 (1951)
T: Dorcas Bay, shore of Lake Huron, Bruce Peninsula, Bruce Co., Ontario, CA, 27. 7. 1948, Dore 9003 (DAO)
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia purpurea var. rubronervia {Hort.Baines ex Turner}]
P: Proc.Intl.Hortic.Exhib.Bot.Congr.1866:291 (1866)
T: ex cult. Summerfield, Bowdon, UK, (?)
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]
C: nom.nud.
N: [Sarracenia purpurea var. sanguinea {Hort.Bull ex W.Robinson}]
P: Garden Lond.17:459 (1880)
T: ex cult. Chelsea, UK, (?)
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]
B: Bull
N: [Sarracenia purpurea var. stolonifera {Macf. & Steckb.}]
P: Kew Bull.4:165 (1933)
T: Davenport Lake between Toms River & Whitings, NJ., US, J.M.Macfarlane & D.W.Steckbeck s.n. (K)
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]
N: [Sarracenia purpurea var. terrae-novae {La Pylaie}]
P: Mem.Soc.Linn.Paris 2.:tab.13 (1827)
T: Miquelon, PM, 1861, de la Pylaie s.n. (P)
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia purpurea var. typica {Macf.}]
P: Pflanzenr.34:33 (1908)
T: [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]
N: [Sarracenia purpurea var. venosa {(Raf.) Fern.}]
P: Rhodora 38:233 (1936)
BN: [Sarracenia venosa {Raf.}]
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa {(Raf.) Wherry}]
N: ~[Sarracenia readii {Bell}]
P: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.68:69 (1952)
T: Deer Park, Washington Co., Ala., US, 1913, L.H.Reade s.n. (PENN 57859)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia rubra subsp. Wherryi {(Case & Case) Schnell}]]
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia farnhamii {Hort.Farnham}]
N: [Sarracenia rehderi {Bell}]
P: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.68:73 (1952)
T: 12 mi SW Shallotte, Brunswick Co., NC., US, 1952, Rehder s.n. (CNC)
S: =[[Sarracenia minor {Walt.}] * [Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]]
L: US (NC., SC., Ga., Fla.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
C: priority for parentage
N: [Sarracenia rosea {Naczi, F.W.Case & R.B.Case}]
P: Sida 18:1188 (1999)
T: SW Telogia, Apalachicola National Forest, Liberty Co., Fla., US, 17. 5. 1993, R.F.C.Naczi 3016 (MICH)
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea var. burkii {Schnell}]
N: [Sarracenia rosea f. luteola {(Hanrahan & Miller) Naczi, F.W.Case & R.B.Case}]
P: Sida 18:1192 (1999)
BN: [Sarracenia purpurea f. luteola {Hanrahan & Miller}]
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea var. burkii {Schnell}]
N: ~[Sarracenia rubra {auct. non Walt.: Steud.}]
P: Nom.2:733 (1821)
S: =[Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]
N: +[Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]
P: Fl.Carol.:152 (1788)
T: SC., US, Walter s.n. (BM)
S: /[Sarracenia rubra subsp. alabamensis {(Case & Case) Schnell}] /[Sarracenia rubra subsp. wherryi {(Case & Case) Schnell}]
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (NC., SC., Ga.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
RLC: LR (nt)
XN: 26 {Bell}
XNP: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.65:139 (1949)
image: sarracen/0088: Plant in habitat
image: sarracen/0089: Plant in habitat
image: sarracen/s_rubra1: Brunswick County, North Carolina U.S.A., in cultivation
image: sarracen/srubfljl: flowers in habitat, Brunswick Co., NC, U.S.A.
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N: ~[Sarracenia rubra f. heterophylla {auct. non Hort.Westphal: Hort.Westphal}]
P: Plantarara Produkte:21 (2000)
S: =[Sarracenia rubra subsp. gulfensis {Schnell}]
C: nom.nud., later homonym, sub [subsp. gulfensis {Schnell}]
N: ~[Sarracenia rubra f. heterophylla {Hort.Westphal}]
P: Carniv.Verk.L.2:2 (1995)
S: =[Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii {(Wherry) Wherry}]
C: nom.nud., sub [subsp. jonesii {(Wherry) Wherry}]
N: [Sarracenia rubra f. jonesii {(Wherry) Bell}]
P: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.65:51 (1949)
BN: [Sarracenia jonesii {Wherry}]
S: =[Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii {(Wherry) Wherry}]
N: ~[Sarracenia rubra f. lutea {R.D.Sutter}]
P: Distr. & Reprod.Biol. of Helonias bullata in N.Carol.:60 (1982)
T: NC., US (no specimen preserved!)
S: =[Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii {(Wherry) Wherry}]
C: nom.nud.
N: [Sarracenia rubra f. luteoviridis {S.McPherson & Schnell}]
P: S.McPherson & Schnell, Sarr.N.Am.:758 (2011)
T: Sta.Rosa Co., Fla, US, ex cult. UK Natl. Sarracenia coll., 5. 8. 2011, S.McPherson 63 (K000720190)
S: =[Sarracenia rubra subsp. gulfensis {Schnell}]
N: ~[Sarracenia rubra f. pubescens {Hort.Westphal}]
P: Carniv.Bestandsl.:4 (1991)
S: =[Sarracenia rubra subsp. wherryi {(Case & Case) Schnell}]
C: nom.nud., sub [subsp. wherryi {(Case & Case) Schnell}]
N: [Sarracenia rubra f. viridescens {S.McPherson & Schnell}]
P: S.McPherson & Schnell, Sarr.N.Am.:759 (2011)
T: Henderson Co., NC., US, ex cult. UK Natl. Sarracenia coll., 5. 8. 2011, S.McPherson 64 (K000720191)
S: =[Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii {(Wherry) Wherry}]
N: +[Sarracenia rubra subsp. alabamensis {(Case & Case) S.McPherson & Schnell}]
P: S.McPherson & Schnell, Sarr.N.Am.:757 (2011)
BN: [Sarracenia alabamensis {Case & Case}]
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (Ala.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
RLC: LR (cd)
image: sarracen/s_alabam: Chilton County, Alabama U.S.A., in cultivation
image: sarracen/sarra00: S. rubra alabamensis from Canebrake, AL
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N: +[Sarracenia rubra subsp. gulfensis {Schnell}]
P: Castanea 44:218 (1979)
T: Okaloosa Co., (Eglin AFB), 20 km N Niceville, Fla., US, 6. 1974, D.E.Schnell s.n. (NCU)
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (Fla., ?Ga.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
RLC: EN (A1,B1,B2a,B2c,B2d,B2e)
image: sarracen/s_gulf1: multiple views, In habitat, Florida U.S.A.
image: sarracen/srubgul_FL: plants with spent flowers in habitat
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N: +[Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii {(Wherry) Wherry}]
P: Castanea 37:146 (1972)
BN: [Sarracenia jonesii {Wherry}]
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (NC., SC.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
RLC: LR (cd)
image: sarracen/s_jones1: Naturalized plant growing in central Virginia
image: sarracen/srubjon_NC: Plant with pitchers and flowers
image: sarracen/srubjon_SC: Plant with pitchers and flowers
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N: +[Sarracenia rubra subsp. wherryi {(Case & Case) Schnell}]
P: Castanea 43:261 (1978)
BN: [Sarracenia alabamensis subsp. wherryi {Case & Case}]
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-SAR-SAR-SAR
L: US (Miss., Ala., Fla.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
RLC: EN (A1,A2a,A2c,B1,B2a,B2c,B2d,B2e,C2a)
image: sarracen/srubwhe_AL1: plants in habitat, Perdido location
image: sarracen/srubwhe_AL3: plants with spent flowers in habitat, W. Alabama
image: sarracen/srubwhe_AL4: plants near type locality, W Alabama
image: sarracen/srubwhe_MS: plant with spent flower in habitat
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N: [Sarracenia rubra var. acuminata {Hook. ex A.DC.}]
P: Prodr.17:4 (1873)
T: ex cult., UK, Hooker (?K)
S: =[Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]
N: [Sarracenia rubra var. jonesii {(Wherry) R.D.Sutter}]
P: Distr. & Reprod.Biol. of Helonias bullata in N.Carol.:53 (1982)
BN: [Sarracenia jonesii {Wherry}]
S: =[Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii {(Wherry) Wherry}]
N: [Sarracenia rugelii {Shuttlew. ex A.DC.}]
P: Prodr.17:6 (1873)
T: between Quincey & Aspalaga, Casden Co., Fla., US, 5. 1843, Rugel s.n. (BM)
IT: idem (NY)
S: =[Sarracenia flava var. rugelii {(Shuttlew. ex A.DC.) Mast.}]
N: [Sarracenia sanderae {Hort.Sander}]
P: J.Roy.Hort.Soc.20:cci (1896)
T: ex cult. St.Albans, UK, (?K)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]]?
B: F.Sander, St.Albans, UK
C: priority for parentage
N: ~[Sarracenia sanderiana {Hort.Sander}]
P: J.Roy.Hort.Soc.20:cxxxiii (1896)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]]]
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia farnhamii {Hort.Farnham}]
N: [Sarracenia schoenbrunnensis {Hort.Hefka}]
P: Oesterr.Gart.Z.8:43 (1913)
T: ex cult. Schoenbrunn, Vienna, AT, (?W)
S: =[[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]] * [[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]]
C: priority for parentage
N: [Sarracenia sledgei {Macf.}]
P: Pflanzenr.34:29 (1908)
T: W Mobile River near Theodore, Ala., US, 14. 6. 1909, J.M.Macfarlane s.n. (PENN)
S: =[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]
N: ~[Sarracenia stevensii {auct. non Hort. ex Mast.: R.van Kessel}]
P: http://www.carniflora.nl/english/sarracenia/s_stev_plant.htm (2003)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia rubra subsp. gulfensis {Schnell}]]
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia farnhamii {Hort.Farnham}]
N: ~[Sarracenia stevensii {Hort. ex Mast.}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.1:738 (1874)
T: ex cult. Trentham, UK, (?)
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
B: Stevens, Trentham, 1874
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}]
N: ~[Sarracenia superba {Hort.Westphal}]
P: Carniv.Bestandsl.:4 (1991)
S: =[[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]
C: nom.nud., later synonym of [Sarracenia excellens {Hort.S.G.}]
N: [Sarracenia swaniana {Hort.Bull ex W.Robinson}]
P: Garden Lond.24:447 (1883)
T: ex cult. Chelsea, UK, (?)
NT: 12 mi SW Shallotte, Brunswick Co., NC., US, 1952, H.Rehder s.n. (NCU) {Bell}
NTP: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.68:63 (1952)
S: =[[Sarracenia minor {Walt.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
L: US (NC., SC., Ga., Fla.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
B: T.Hubberstey, W.Bull, Chelsea
C: priority for parentage
N: [Sarracenia sweetii {A.DC.}]
P: Prodr.17:4 (1873)
T: nom.nov.[Sarracenia minor {auct. non Walt.: Sweet}]
S: =[Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]
N: [Sarracenia terrae-novae {(La Pylaie) Bell}]
P: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.68:77 (1952)
BN: [Sarracenia purpurea var. terrae-novae {La Pylaie}]
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia tolliana {auct. non Hort. ex W.Robinson: Hort.S.G.}]
P: Garden Lond.28:219 (1885)
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}]
N: ~[Sarracenia tolliana {auct. non Hort. ex W.Robinson: Nichols.}]
P: Dict.of Gard.3:366 (1887)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia flava {L.}]]
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia moorei {Hort.Moore ex Mast.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia tolliana {Hort.Veitch ex W.Robinson}]
P: Garden Lond.24:447 (1883)
T: ex cult. J.Veitch & Sons, Chelsea, UK, (?K)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
B: T.Hubberstey, Veitch, Chelsea
C: ambiguous synonym of [Sarracenia mitchelliana {Hort.S.G.}]
N: [Sarracenia umlauftiana {Hort.Hefka}]
P: Oesterr.Gart.Z.8:43 (1913)
T: ex cult. Schoenbrunn, Vienna, AT, (?W)
S: =[[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]] * [[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]]]
C: priority for parentage
N: [Sarracenia undulata {Decne.}]
P: Rev.Hortic.1:126 (1852)
T: none designated, cited illustration: Planch., Fl.des Serres 6:tab.560 (1850), (ex cult. Chatsworth, UK)
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
N: [Sarracenia undulata var. alba {(Hort.Baines) Mast.}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.15:629 (1881)
BN: [Sarracenia drummondii var. alba {Hort.Baines ex R.Hogg & T.Moore}]
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
N: [Sarracenia variolaris {Michx.}]
P: Fl.Bor.Am.1:310 (1803)
T: Carolina to Fla., US, (?P)
S: =[Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]
N: [Sarracenia venosa {Raf.}]
P: Autikon Bot.:33 (1840)
T: Va. to Fla., US, (?)
NT: Plukenet, Amalth.Bot.:pl.376 fig.6 (1705) {Wherry}
NTP: Bartonia 15:3 (1933)
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa {(Raf.) Wherry}]
N: ~[Sarracenia vetteriana {Hort.Hefka}]
P: Oesterr.Gart.Z.8:43 (1913)
S: =[[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]] * [[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]]
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}]
N: [Sarracenia viridis {Hort.Veitch ex W.Robinson}]
P: Garden Lond.24:447 (1883)
T: ex cult. Chelsea, UK, (?)
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]
B: Veitch, Chelsea
N: ~[Sarracenia vittata {Hort. ex Nichols.}]
P: Dict.of Gard.Suppl.:654 (1901)
S: =[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]]]
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia chelsonii {Mast.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia vittata-maculata {Hort. ex Nichols.}]
P: Dict.of Gard.Suppl.:654 (1901)
S: =[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]]]
B: ?, 1891
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia chelsonii {Mast.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia vogeliana {Hort.Hefka}]
P: Oesterr.Gart.Z.8:42 (1913)
S: =[[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]] * [[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]]
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia willisii {Hort.Veitch ex Nichols.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia westphalii {Hort.Westphal}]
P: Carniv.Bestandsl.:4 (1991)
S: =[[[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]] * [[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]
C: nom.nud., later synonym of [Sarracenia 'Rosamund Pollock ' {Hort.Bruce ex F.Waracek}]
N: ~[Sarracenia wilksiana {Hort.Bruce ex Burb.}]
P: Fl. & Sylva 3:304 (1905)
S: =[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]]
B: Bruce
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}]
N: ~[Sarracenia williamsii {Hort.Bull ex Mast.}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.2:49 (1874)
T: ex cult. Upper Holloway, UK, (?)
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
B: B.S.Williams, Upper Holloway
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}]
N: [Sarracenia willisii {Hort.Veitch ex ?Gordon}]
P: Gard.Mag.1894:410 (1894)
T: ex cult. J.Veitch & Sons, Chelsea, UK, (?K)
S: =[[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]] * [[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia flava {L.}]] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]]
C: priority for parentage
N: ~[Sarracenia willmottiae {Hort.Bruce}]
P: J.Roy.Hort.Soc.36:cxxviii (1910)
S: =[[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
B: Bruce
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}]
N: ~[Sarracenia wilsoniana {auct. non Hort. ex W.Robinson: Hort.S.G.}]
P: Garden Lond.28:218 (1885)
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}]
N: ~[Sarracenia wilsoniana {Hort.Bull ex W.Robinson}]
P: Garden Lond.24:447 (1883)
T: ex cult. Chelsea, UK, (?)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
B: W.Bull, Chelsea
C: ambiguous synonym of [Sarracenia mitchelliana {Hort.S.G.}]
N: ~[Sarracenia wilsonii {Hort.Manda}]
P: J.Roy.Hort.Soc.15:143 (1892)
CN: [Sarracenia wilsoniana {auct. non Hort. ex W.Robinson: Hort.S.G.}]
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
C: sphalm.typogr., later synonym of [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}]
N: ~[Sarracenia wrigleyana {auct. non Hort.S.G.: Hort.Veitch}]
P: Gartenfl.36:398 (1887)
S: =[[Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia wrigleyana {Hort.S.G.}]
N: [Sarracenia wrigleyana {Hort.S.G.}]
P: Garden Lond.28:219 (1885)
T: (?)
NT: Fowl River Road S Theodore, Mobile Co., Ala., US, 1954, Case P-62 (NCU) {Bell}
NTP: J.E.Mitch.Sci.Soc.72:145 (1956)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]]
L: US (Ga., Fla., Ala., Miss.)
LFR: 30:Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
B: T.Hubberstey
C: priority for parentage
N: $[Sarracenia ' Abandoned Hope ' {D'Amato}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:46 (2000)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v29n2p46_48.html#hope
S: =[[Sarracenia purpurea var. burkii {Schnell}] * [Sarracenia flava {L.}]]
B: P.D'Amato, California Carnivores, Forestville, USA, 1989
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 1994
Registrant: P.D'Amato, 15. 1. 2000
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}]
HC: Registered 4. 7. 2000 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:46 (2000)
"This notable cultivar was distinguished from its siblings by having enormous early season pitchers, particularly when its flowers are removed at an early stage. While similar to other [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}] crosses using similar varieties of the two parent species, this individual stood out by attaining pitcher heights as great as 80 cm (30 inches). Only one or two spring and early summer pitchers of this enormous size are produced, and the pitchers that follow later in the season are only about half this size. Also notable is the oversized, wavy and undulating lid that can effectively reduce collected rainfall and thus lessen the toppling nature that plagues [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}]. The pitcher body is olive-green with red longitudinal veins both straight and jagged, plus lesser horizontal veins joining those that run lengthwise along the pitcher. The ala is pronounced along the lower half of the pitcher and edged in red. The red lip of the mouth is held horizontally. A prominent red splotch at the throat radiates red veins throughout the yellow-green lid. The flowers are large-petaled and peach pink on the exterior surface, beige on the inner surface."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:48 (2000)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: from the sign at the entrance to hell in Dante's Inferno: Abandon All Hope, Ye Who Enter Here
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Adesugata ' {Hort. ex Kurata}]
P: Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:127 (2003)
S: =[[Sarracenia ?] * [Sarracenia ?]]
Nominant: Japan, before 2003
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Description: none published
Standard: Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:127 (2003)
Etymology: unknown
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Adrian Slack ' {B.Hanrahan & B.Rice}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:116 (2000)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v29n4p116_122.html#adrian
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]
Introducer: B.Hanrahan, from Milton area, Fla., USA, 1980s
Nominant: B.Hanrahan, Powder Springs, Ga., & B.Rice, Davis, Ca., USA, 28. 3. 2000
Registrant: B.Hanrahan & B.Rice, 10. 5. 2000
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia moorei {Hort.Moore ex Mast.}]
HC: Registered 29. 1. 2001 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:116 (2000)
"In general form, the plant produces large pitchers much like those of [Sarracenia flava {L.}]. The influence of [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] is expressed, at most, as a slight undulation in the pitcher lid. While [Sarracenia flava {L.}] controls the pitcher form, [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] influences much of the pitcher coloration. The pitcher lid is arrestingly white, shot through with deep red veins (from [Sarracenia flava {L.}]). The upper pitcher tube is also heavily veined and lightly fenestrated. These pitcher characters define this exquisite cultivar. The flowers are not as spectacular as the pitchers, but are still intriguing. The petals are light pink, almost white, but may show occasional yellow highlights."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:117 (2000)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: after the famous carnivorous plant breeder and author A.Slack
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Akebono ' {Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan}]
P: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:5 (1985)
S: =?[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia flava {L.}]]
B: Toyoda
C: ?later synonym of [Sarracenia moorei {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' All Green ' {D'Amato}]
P: Savage Garden:79 (1998)
S: =[Sarracenia flava var. maxima {Hort.Bull ex Mast.}]
Introducer: P.D'Amato, from Carolina, US
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 1998
HC: name not registered with ICRA, doubtfully acceptable (conflicting with Rec. 19.D.1., ICNCP), coextensive with [Sarracenia flava var. maxima {Hort.Bull ex Mast.}]
Description: Savage Garden:79 (1998); Gard.Chron.2.ser.15:817 (1881)
"This tall form from the Carolinas lacks any red pigment in the pitchers, although the phyllodia may have faint tints of red. This is the true [Sarracenia flava var. maxima {Hort.Bull ex Mast.}] named in the late 1800s."
Etymology: after colour of leaves
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N: $[Sarracenia ' All Red ' {D'Amato}]
P: Savage Garden:79 (1998)
S: =[Sarracenia flava var. atropurpurea {(Hort.Bull ex Mast.) Hort.Bull ex W.Robinson}]
Introducer: P.D'Amato, from Carolina, US
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 1998
HC: name not registered with ICRA, doubtfully acceptable (conflicting with Rec. 19.D.1., ICNCP)
Description: Savage Garden:79 (1998)
"Another rare Carolina plant, in which the whole pitcher is a stunning deep red. Unfortunately, this maroon color is difficult to maintain in cultivation, and plants often end up looking like a reddish [Sarracenia ' Copper Lid ' {Schnell ex Hort.Slack}]."
N: $[Sarracenia ' Alucard ' {T.H.Wyman}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:13 (2009)
S: =[[Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora {Schnell}] * [[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]]
B: P.Faulisi, 5. 2000
Nominant: T.H.Wyman, Stone Mountain, Ga., US, 5. 2004
Registrant: T.H.Wyman, 2. 12. 2008
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia moorei {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
HC: Registered 10. 5. 2009 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:13 (2009)
"In structure the pitchers are similar to those of [Sarracenia flava {L.}] though the hoods tend to display a slight degree of ruffling alluding to the presence of [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] genes in the mix. Pitchers average 76 cm (30 inches) in height but can grow to 94 cm (37 inches) tall. Under extremely high light and, most notably, under very bright greenhouse polycarbonate, the pitchers will turn a near complete deep reddish-black over their entirety. The hoods of some pitchers will occasionally show slight green patches but this is not consistent within or between plants with some plants displaying many green-patched hoods one season and few the next while others will produce pitchers with the same lid type season after season and then suddenly revert to the opposite type. As the pitchers age, most turn a complete velvety black, very similar to the colour of cultivated "black" calla lilies. The flowers are yellow."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:15 (2009)
Propagation: vegetative preferred and recommended
Etymology: "Dracula" spelled backwards for impression of dark ominous presence given by appearance of plants
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Anxious Debate ' {Mellichamp & Gardner}]
P: Public Garden 9:46 (1994)
S: =[[Sarracenia ?] * [Sarracenia ?]]
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Asahinishiki ' {Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan}]
P: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]]
B: Okamura
C: priority for parentage
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Ayanami ' {Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan}]
P: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:5 (1985)
S: =?[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
B: K.Suzuki, Shunkyu-en Nursery, Yokohama
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia mitchelliana {Hort.S.G.}]
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Belly of Blood ' {B.Rice}]
P: Growing Carniv.Pl.:147 (2006)
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa {(Raf.) Wherry}]
B: B.Rice, Davis, Ca., USA, 1999
Nominant: B.Rice
Registrant: B.Rice, 1. 12. 2006
HC: Registered 6. 12. 2006 {JS}
Description: Growing Carniv.Pl.:147 (2006)
"In 1999 seed of [Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa {(Raf.) Wherry}] of unknown provenance was germinated at the University of California (Davis). In 2005 a single vigorous clone was selected as a cultivar. Most striking about the pitchers of this compact grower is that the pitcher body is deep red while the erect hood is yellow-green with red venation. This two-toned pigmentation pattern is just like that on [Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora {Schnell}]."
Standard: Growing Carniv.Pl.:147 (2006)
Propagation: vegetatively, to maintain distinctive coloration of pitchers
Etymology: after colour pattern of pitchers
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Beniaya ' {Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan}]
P: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
S: =[[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]
B: K.Suzuki, Shunkyu-en Nursery, Yokohama
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia mitchelliana {Hort.S.G.}]
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Benigoromo ' {Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan}]
P: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:5 (1985)
S: =[[Sarracenia ?] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]?
B: Toyoda
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Beniotome ' {Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan}]
P: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
S: =[[[Sarracenia minor {Walt.}] * [Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]
B: Kikuchi
C: priority for parentage
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Benizono ' {Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan}]
P: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
S: =[[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]] * [[Sarracenia minor {Walt.}] * [Sarracenia flava {L.}]]]
B: Kikuchi
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia harperi {Bell}]
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Birds Beak ' {N.Haywood ex P.Sheridan}]
P: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:19 (2009)
S: =[[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]
B: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: N.Haywood, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia areolata {Macf.}]
HC: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:19 (2009)
"Beautiful red flower, upper portion of pitcher with white areolae and light purple suffusion under hood. Characterized by a birds-like beak on the tip of the lip."
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:19 (2009)
Etymology: after shape of pitcher lip
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Black and Tan ' {P.Sheridan}]
P: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:25 (2009)
S: =[[Sarracenia ?] * [Sarracenia ?]]
B: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
HC: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:25 (2009)
"A sibling of [Sarracenia ' Red Viper ' {P.Sgeridan}] that has a purple-black throat splotch and a slight tan exterior."
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:25 (2009)
Etymology: after pitcher coloration
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Black Tube ' {J. & J.Ainsworth}]
P: Sarracenia:20 (1996)
S: =[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]
Introducer: J. & J.Ainsworth
Nominant: J. & J.Ainsworth
HC: name not registered with ICRA (standard missing)
Description: Sarracenia:20 (1996)
"In one form (sic!), often referred to as [Sarracenia ' Black Tube ' {J. & J.Ainsworth}], the whole pitcher starts green and then becomes deep red to almost black later in the season."
Etymology: after the colouration of the pitchers
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Black Widow ' {T.H.Wyman}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:12 (2009)
S: =[[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] * [[Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora {Schnell}]]
B: P.Faulisi, 5. 2000
Nominant: T.H.Wyman, Stone Mountain, Ga., US, 5. 2004
Registrant: T.H.Wyman, 2. 12. 2008
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia alava {Hort.Westphal}] but the latter name not published validly
HC: Registered 10. 5. 2009 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:12 (2009)
"Pitchers of this plant average 76-86 cm (30-34 inches) in height. Developing pitchers start out with a base colour of green with very heavy reddish-black veining. Eventually the red-black colour fills in, turning nearly the entire pitcher a deep, shimmering, maroon. As the season progresses the pitcher colours continue to deepen becoming a deep lustrous purple-black especially around the throat and inner hood, an influence from the [Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] parent. The flowers of this plant are a very pale white-cream."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:15 (2009)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: after colouration of fall pitchers that is similar to the one of black widow spiders
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Blackankle ' {Mellichamp & Gardner}]
P: Public Garden 9:46 (1994)
S: =[[Sarracenia ?] * [Sarracenia ?]]
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Blood Sweat & Tears ' {P.Wilson}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Soc.J.(UK) 33:52 (2011)
S: =[[Sarracenia flava var. atropurpurea {(Hort.Bull ex Mast.) Hort.Bull ex W.Robinson}] * [Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii {(Wherry) Wherry}]]
B: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, early 2000s
Nominant: P.Wilson, Taunton, UK
Registrant: P.Wilson, 4. 11. 2011
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia popei {Mast.}]
HC: Registered 7. 11. 2011 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Soc.J.(UK) 33:52 (2011)
"[Sarracenia ' Blood Sweat & Tears ' {P.Wilson}] has strong red colouration throughout the entire pitcher, with the colour most intense in the throat area. It is characteristic for producing beads of nectar also in the throat area. The flower is also shown here and is a delicate pink colour fading to pale yellow. I can't remember if the flower retains any of the scent of either parent."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Soc.J.(UK) 33:51 (2006)
Propagation: artificial (vegetative)
Etymology: after colour and copios liquid (nectar) production of pitchers
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Boob Tube ' {Mellichamp & Gardner}]
P: Public Garden 9:46 (1994)
S: =[[Sarracenia ?] * [Sarracenia ?]]
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Bordeaux Red Wine ' {C.Azais}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:39 (2010)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia rubra subsp. gulfensis {Schnell}]]
B: C.Azais, Marcellus, FR
Nominant: C.Azais
Registrant: C.Azais, 19. 11. 2009
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia farnhamii {Hort.Farnham}]
HC: Registered 28. 7. 2010 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:39 (2010)
"The pitcher tube is 60 to 70 cm tall. The tube is green with a veined top, and the pitcher throat is wine red."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:39 (2010)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after colouration of pitchers and native country of originator
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Bris ' {P.D'Amato & B.Rice}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.37:44 (2008)
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
Introducer: P.D'Amato, from ICPS seedbank, US, 2004
Nominant: B.Rice & P.D'Amato, late 2006
Registrant: P.D'Amato & B.Rice, 18. 3. 2008
HC: Registered 12. 9. 2008 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.37:44 (2008)
"As a juvenile, the plant had shown good color and coloration, but otherwise did not seem particularly remarkable. However, as it matured, it showed a bizarre mutation in the nature of the lid! (...)
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.37:45 (2008)
Propagation: by vegetative means
Etymology: from trimmed appearance of pitchers
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Brook's Hybrid ' {J. & J.Ainsworth}]
P: Sarracenia:46 (1996)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia flava {L.}]]
B: ?Brook
Nominant: J. & J.Ainsworth
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia moorei {Hort.Moore ex Mast.}]
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP), synonym of [Sarracenia moorei {Hort.Moore ex Mast.}]
Standard: Sarracenia:46 (1996)
Etymology: after the ?originator of the plant
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Bug Scoop ' {D.Cook}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.33:19 (2004)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v33n1p19_22.html#scoop
S: =[[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]
B: D.Cook, 20. 3. 1999
Nominant: D.Cook, Junction City, OR, US, 21. 2. 2002
Registrant: D.Cook
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia umlauftiana {Hort.Hefka}]
HC: Registered 8. 9. 2004 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.33:22 (2004)
"This plant exibits the bug capturing lure of [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}], as soon as the pitcher opens the insects are there to become food. Very vigorous clone and colorful, the coloring of the [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] is definitely visible with the flaired pitcher opening similar to that of the [Sarracenia courtii {Hort.Veitch ex Wilson}]."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.33:22 (2004)
Propagation: vegetative propagation or meristem culture
Etymology: after bug capturing lure of the pitchers
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Burgundy ' {Hort.Slack}]
P: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:71 (1986)
S: =[Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora {Schnell}]
Introducer: A.Slack
Nominant: A.Slack
Registrant: A.Slack
HC: Registered 8. 10. 2002 {JS} one of two substitutes (the other being [Sarracenia ' Claret ' {Hort.Slack}], q.v.) for the collective ' Red Form ' that is a not established, unacceptable epithet (conflicting with Rec.19.D.1. and violating Art.17.19., ICNCP)
Description: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:71 (1986)
"In the ' Red Forms ' (of [Sarracenia flava {L.}]) almost the entire outside of the pitcher is coloured red to maroon, while the inner surface and nectar roll is yellowish green to yellow. In shade the red becomes paler, and strong red veins are then evident. Two good forms which have found their way into cultivation are [Sarracenia ' Burgundy ' {Hort.Slack}], a great beauty, in which the outer pitcher tube is plum red, the nectar roll soft yellow, while the hood is yellow-green, strongly veined in red; and [Sarracenia ' Claret ' {Hort.Slack}](...). (footnote:) [Sarracenia ' Burgundy ' {Hort.Slack}] and [Sarracenia ' Claret ' {Hort.Slack}] are names of convenience applied by the author."
Standard: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:70 (1986)
Etymology: after the red colouration of pitchers
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Candlewax ' {N.Haywood ex P.Sheridan}]
P: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:23 (2009)
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea var. burkii {Schnell}]
Introducer: P.Sheridan, from W Fla., US, before 2009
Nominant: N.Haywood, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
HC: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:23 (2009)
"this [Sarracenia rosea {Naczi, F.W.Case & R.B.Case}] clone was discovered in western Florida and produces a beautiful pink-purple flower. The pitcher color is eerily reminiscent of dripping candle wax which led to the cultivar name. The pitchers do not produce purple veins but instead tend to slightly blush light pink."
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:23 (2009)
Etymology: pitcher color is said to be reminiscent of dripping candle wax
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Candy Striper ' {P.Sheridan}]
P: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:18 (2009)
S: =[[Sarracenia ?] * [Sarracenia ?]]
B: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
HC: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:18 (2009)
"A complex cross that looks like a hard stick of candy."
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:18 (2009)
Etymology: after coloration of pitcher
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Carmelitta ' {P.Sheridan}]
P: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:20 (2009)
S: =[Sarracenia flava var. cuprea {Schnell}]
B: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
HC: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:20 (2009)
"A variant of copper top [Sarracenia flava var. cuprea {Schnell}] that maintains the bronzing of the upper portion of the lid over most of the pitchers life."
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:20 (2009)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Carolina Cooler ' {Mellichamp & Gardner}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:40 (1987)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v16n2p39_42.html#cooler
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
Introducer: R.Gardner, North Carolina Botanical Garden, Chapel Hill, before 1983
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
Registrant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}]
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:40 (1987)
"A selection from the same batch of open-pollinated seeds as [Sarracenia ' Sun Warrior ' {Mellichamp & Gardner}]. It is growing well, maintaining its small habit, and producing 5-6" leaves throughout the season. They, too, do not last well into winter. The pitcher color is much less suffused with red. The tube, and especially the hood, have varying tones of green and yellow-green underlying the distinctive red veins, giving a refreshing appearance."
Standard: presumably from NC. (UNCC), Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:41 (1987)
Propagation: rhizome division
Etymology: from green colouration of pitchers
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Case's Resolve ' {Mellichamp & Gardner}]
P: Public Garden 9:46 (1994)
S: =[[Sarracenia minor {Walt.}] * [Sarracenia ?]]
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Standard: Public Garden 9:38 (1994)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Chagall ' {J.Lechtman}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.35:68 (2006)
S: =[[Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]
B: T.K.Hayes, 1997
Nominant: J.Lechtman, Mclean, VA, USA, 24. 6. 2002
Registrant: J.Lechtman, 21. 3. 2005
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia wrigleyana {Hort.S.G.}]
HC: Registered 16. 10. 2006 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.35:68 (2006)
"[Sarracenia wrigleyana {Hort.S.G.}] is an uncommon, but naturally occurring hybrid found in U.S. Gulf Coast savannahs (I have seen this hybrid or introgressant examples of it with its parent [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}], in Washington and Baldwin counties, Alabama and Okaloosa County, Florida, USA). [Sarracenia ' Chagall ' {J.Lechtman}] produces a profusion of intensely colored leaves on quickly-forming multiple crowns. Narrow, upright, apple green lower pitchers traced with pale red venation flare into closed, club- like hoods exhibiting extremely large areoles laced with fine red netting. Areoles on the uppermost portions of the pitcher are brilliant white, softening to pale pink in lower portions of the upper pitcher. The overall coloration of each pitcher is reminiscent of stained glass. White and green coloration, large, closed hoods and an upright habit predominate in this cultivar, distinguishing it from the only other registered [Sarracenia wrigleyana {Hort.S.G.}] cultivar, Bob Hanrahan's [Sarracenia ' Scarlet Belle ' {Hanrahan}], as well as from non-named clones of this hybrid."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.35:96 (2006) (outside back cover)
Propagation: by vegetative means
Etymology: pitcher coloration evokes the work of Marc Chagall (1887-1985), the Russian-born French-Jewish painter and stained glass artist
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Chas' Brew ' {Brewer & Ploszak}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.32:24 (2003)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v32n1p24_37.html#brew
S: =[[Sarracenia oreophila {(Kearney) Wherry}] * [Sarracenia rubra subsp. wherryi {(Case & Case) Schnell}]]
B: C.Brewer
Nominant: C.Brewer, VA, USA & S.Ploszak, NC, USA
Registrant: C.Brewer & S.Ploszak
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia ' Triple Rarity ' {J.Hummer}]
HC: Registered 13. 5. 2003 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.32:24 (2003)
"a vigorous grower, (...) which rapidly produces new pitchers and crowns throughout the growing season. Pitchers are 15-20 cm (6-8 inches) at maturity with physical features typical of both parents. Lid morphology is convex and triangular when viewed from above. Further, the width, length, and height of its lid is uniquely large 5 cm (2 inches) relative to the 2.5 cm (1 inch) diameter pitcher opening. Also noteworthy, the lid tilts slightly upward from the horizontal and the pitcher opening tilts slightly downward from the horizontal. This feature gives [Sarracenia ' Chas' Brew ' {Brewer & Ploszak}] significant exposure to the inside of the pitcher. The entire pitcher has a pale yellow/green background with an orange lid in full sunlight. There is bold venation throughout the pitcher and lid, both internally and externally, similar to many clones of [Sarracenia oreophila {(Kearney) Wherry}]. Flowers have pale yellow petals without noticeable fragrance."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.32:1 (2003)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: a pun on Charles Brewer's name
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Claret ' {Hort.Slack}]
P: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:71 (1986)
S: =[Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora {Schnell}]
Introducer: A.Slack, from Florida Panhandle, US
Nominant: A.Slack
Registrant: A.Slack
HC: Registered 9. 10. 2002 {JS}, one of two substitutes (the other being [Sarracenia ' Burgundy ' {Hort.Slack}], q.v.) for the collective ' Red Form ' that is a not established, unacceptable epithet (conflicting with Rec.19.D.1. and violating Art.17.19., ICNCP).
Description: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:71 (1986)
"In the ' Red Forms ' (of [Sarracenia flava {L.}]) almost the entire outside of the pitcher is coloured red to maroon, while the inner surface and nectar roll is yellowish green to yellow. In shade the red becomes paler, and strong red veins are then evident. Two good forms which have found their way into cultivation are [Sarracenia ' Burgundy ' {Hort.Slack}](...); and [Sarracenia ' Claret ' {Hort.Slack}] is attractive, too, with long slender pitchers tinted maroon and strongly veined in darker colour, giving way to the yellowish-green background color towards the mouth and in the hood. I was shown a pure stand of this form extending to many acres in the Florida Panhandle. This was scheduled for drainage and afforestation, and I believe the solitary seedling which I rescued at the time has been the source of all European stock. (footnote:) [Sarracenia ' Burgundy ' {Hort.Slack}] and [Sarracenia ' Claret ' {Hort.Slack}] are names of convenience applied by the author."
Standard: http://www.mikeking64.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/ssar/thumbnails/gallery/img_s%20flava%20var%20rubricorpora,f25,%20cv%20'claret'.html {Michael King}
Etymology: after the red colouration of pitchers
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Cobra Nest ' {Booman}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.32:24 (2003)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v32n1p24_37.html#nest
S: =[[Sarracenia ?] * [Sarracenia ?]]
B: J.L.Booman, Vista, CA, USA & L.Mellichamp, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA
Nominant: J.L.Booman, Booman Floral, Vista, CA, USA
Registrant: J.L.Booman, 3 9. 2002
HC: Registered 13. 5. 2003 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.32:24 (2003)
"the first plant that was bred and selected to be easy to grow for consumers, and suitable for pot plant production by commercial growers. This variety earned its patented status for its unique horticultural characteristics. It grows vigorously, year around, in a compact shape, about 25 cm (10 inches) tall. This is in contrast to many wild species, which turn brown in the fall and go dormant. A flaring hood reflexes over the top of the hollow tube leaf. While ornamental, it is also a practical feature as it prevents leaf collapse when water or rain hits the plant from above. [Sarracenia ' Cobra Nest ' {Booman}]is slightly more resistant to leaf edge browning from salt or fertilizer burn when compared to many wild species. Leaf traps open green, then turn red and maroon as they mature. The plant branches very freely, which gives it a full thick appearance, much appreciated by customers. Flowers are large with pink pendant petals, and white sepals, appearing after one year, in the summer."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.32:26 (2003)
Propagation: protected by patent
Etymology: due to the thick cluster of snake leaf traps
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Copper Lid ' {Schnell ex Hort.Slack}]
P: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:71 (1986)
S: =[Sarracenia flava var. cuprea {Schnell}]
Introducer: A.Slack
Nominant: D.E.Schnell
Registrant: A.Slack
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:71 (1986)
"In the ' Copper Lid Form ' (sic, but figure caption on p. 67 bears accepted form of epithet) the outer surface of the hood, column, and sometimes the upper quarter of the pitcher too are distinctively tinted with copper-red, and the upper pitcher is moderately veined in dark red."
Standard: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:67 (1986); only pitchers in centre of picture!
Etymology: after the red colouration of the outer surface of hoods of pitchers
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Cotton Patch ' {Mellichamp & Gardner}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.27:38 (1998)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia rubra subsp. wherryi {(Case & Case) Schnell}]]
Introducer: McMillan Greenhouse, UNCC, from Perdido, Ala., 1985
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia farnhamii {Hort.Farnham}]
HC: name not registered with ICRA (standard missing)
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.:38 (1998)
"The pitchers resemble [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] although only up to 30 cm (12 inches) tall, and are distinctly pubescent."
Etymology: after pubescence of pitchers
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Cronus ' {R.Sacilotto}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.31:40 (2002)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v31n2p40-42.html#cronus
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
B: R.Sacilotto, Botanique Nursery, Standardsville, USA, 5. 1981
Nominant: R.Sacilotto, 11. 1985
Registrant: R.Sacilotto, 21. 12. 2001
HC: Registered 29. 7. 2002 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.31:40 (2002)
"[Sarracenia ' Cronus ' {R.Sacilotto}] was selected from numerous seedlings resulting from crossing plants originally from Seminole Co., FL with plants originally from Baldwin Co., AL. I performed this pollination during May 1981 in Greene County, Virginia. By crossing from two different population areas, I hoped to achieve some plants with increased vigor. Reemay(R) bags were used to regulate pollination. In November of 1985, the largest of the seedlings from the above breeding was named [Sarracenia ' Cronus ' {R.Sacilotto}] for its unusually large size and vigorous growth.
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.31:42 (2002)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: for unusually large size and vigorous growth
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Daniel Rudd ' {Hort.Slack}]
P: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:85 (1986)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]]]
B: A.Slack, Somerset, before 1986
Nominant: A.Slack
Registrant: A.Slack
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia 'Rosamund Pollock ' {Hort.Bruce ex F.Waracek}]
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:85 (1986)
"Of those (seedlings of crosses) I have selected, my favourite is [Sarracenia ' Daniel Rudd ' {Hort.Slack}]. A vigorous [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}], in which [Sarracenia flava var. maxima {Hort.Bull ex Mast.}] had been a parent, was crossed with [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]. The best seedling from this cross was then crossed again with [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]. Most of the resulting seedlings were attractive, but one was vastly superior to all others and seemed to possess every quality for which I could have hoped, and subsequent trial has proved it to have an excellent constitution. The upper pitcher and hood are at first pleasantly marbled in light green, later becoming tinted with coppery chestnut with darker veins, and they have the advantage over most upright-pitchered kinds in that they often open when the plant is still in flower. They are well shown in the illustration, as are the abundantly produced , large, deep red flowers. These are of outstanding quality, borne on long straight stems, and may remain in petal for as long as twentyone days."
Standard: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:83 (1986)
Etymology: after the host of A.Slack while he wrote parts of his book
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Darcy Ann ' {J. & P.Pietropaolo}]
P: Carniv.Pl.of the World:34 (1986)
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]]
B: ?J. & P.Pietropaolo, before 1986
C: priority for parentage
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Etymology: after a person to whom the book by J. & P.Pietropaolo is dedicated
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Dark Ladies ' {Mellichamp & Gardner}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:40 (1987)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v16n2p39_42.html#dark
S: =[Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]
Introducer: R.Gardner, North Carolina Botanical Garden, Chapel Hill, before 1985
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
Registrant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:40 (1987)
"This plant has been selected from among seedlings grown at the North Carolina Botanical Garden from wild-collected seed. the seeds came from Brunswick County, North Carolina. The pitchers are 6-8" high and are typical in shape for the species, though they are a bit more slender. The aereolae (sic!) are very distinctive. The most unusual aspect is the very dark red coloration of the hood, inside and outside. New pitchers are formed throughout the growing season, but they do not hold up well into the winter."
Standard: Brunswick Co., NC. (UNCC), Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:41 (1987)
Propagation: rhizome division
Etymology: from dark red colouration of pitcher hoods
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Deep Red Veins ' {T.Camilleri}]
P: Carniv.Pl.:39 (1998)
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Deep Throat ' {P.D'Amato}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:138 (2011)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia minor var. okefenokeensis {Schnell}]]
B: P.D'Amato, Sebastopol, Ca., USA, early 1990s
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 2011
Registrant: P.D'Amato, 31. 8. 2011
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia excellens {Hort.S.G.}]
HC: Registered 30. 12. 2011 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:138 (2011)
"The tallest pitchers can reach 53 cm in height. From a tapered-red base, the body grad- ually expands and then rapidly inflates in its up- per portion to a sideway diameter of up to 8 cm (see Fig. 5). The pitcher tube is green to olive green with very fine longitudinal red veins, and the narrow ala along the pitcher seam is edged in red (see Back Cover).
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:138 (fig. 5), 148 (back cover) (2011)
Etymology: after yawning pitcher mouth
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Dixie Lace ' {Mellichamp & Gardner}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.27:38 (1998)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v27n2p38_40.html#dixie
S: =[[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia rubra subsp. wherryi {(Case & Case) Schnell}]] * [[Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}] * ?[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]]
B: R.Gardner, North Carolina Botanical Garden, Chapel Hill & L.Mellichamp, University of North Carolina, 1988, selected 1993
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
Registrant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
C: ?later synonym of [Sarracenia crispiana {Hort.Bruce ex Burb.}]
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.27:38 (1998)
"[Sarracenia ' Dixie Lace ' {Mellichamp & Gardner}] is a distinctive plant. It quickly grows into a multi-crowned clump and flowers freely. Its sturdy pitchers are produced throughout the growing season. Many pitchers survive well into the winter, even after severe cold (down to -7degC or 20degF). The plant has survived temperatures of -18degC (0degF). However, protection from prolonged cold allows the plant to remain attractive throughout the winter. flowering occurs at mid-season, and the red flowers are similar to those of the parents. [Sarracenia ' Dixie Lace ' {Mellichamp & Gardner}] has been grown in full sun outdoors in beds and in pots in a medium of peat:coarse silica sand (1:1). The pitchers are about 25 cm (10 inches) tall, and are poised erect to slightly arching outwards. The hood shows the [Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}] character of being squared-off at the front and tightly closed when the pitcherts first elongate. Later, the hoods of most pitchers flatten and form an opening underneath a strongly rounded hood with laterally flared sides. The pitcher tube gradually enlarges to more than 4 cm (1.5 inches) wide below the hood. The surface of the pitcher tube is rich maroon with many white spots between strong dark red veins. The hood has a yellowish-green background with a very strong pattern of large primary and smaller secondary veins - in strong light the hood becomes golden toned. White spots on the hood may be absent or occur in patches. In summary, the erect pitchers with squared-off hood fronts, the very strong pattern of dark red veins, and the two-tone appearance of the upper-pitcher/hood combination are distinguishing features of this hybrid selection. (...) Since the pitchers vary in the detail of color and form of the hood over the growing season and under different amounts of light, we feel this cultivar offers a great charm that teases the imagination in trying to describe its subtle nuances of character."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.27:40 (1998)
Propagation: vegetative (tissue culture)
Etymology: in reference to the deep S of the US where the parents are native and the strong lacy appearance of the reticulate vein pattern on the hood
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Don Schnell ' {D'Amato}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.22:38 (1993)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v22n1p38.html#Schnell
S: =[Sarracenia oreophila {(Kearney) Wherry}]
Introducer: B.Hanrahan, World Insectivorous Plants, early 1980's; P.D'Amato, from seeds collected near Sand Mountain, Ala., US
Nominant: P.D'Amato
Registrant: P.D'Amato, California Carnivores, 7020 Trenton-Healdsburg Rd., Forestville, CA 95436, USA
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.22:38 (1993)
"This selection is from a collection grown from seed from a [Sarracenia oreophila {(Kearney) Wherry}] population found near Sand Mountain, Alabama. These seed-lings were grown by Bob Hanrahan of World Insectivorous Plants in the early 1980's and were widely distributed. They are known for thier pronounced red venation and large mouths. [Sarracenia ' Don Schnell ' {D'Amato}] is noteworthy for its highly veined tube and hood, and deep red throat, interior upper tube and lip. Mid-summeer phyllodia are typical of the species. The cultivar is on display at California Carnivores nursery, Forestville, California, and is named for Donald Schnell, noted [Sarracenia {L.}] authority."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.22:38 (1993)
Etymology: after Donald Schnell, noted [Sarracenia {L.}] authority
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Eloise ' {T.Bailey}]
P: Pl.Carniv.32(2):34 (2010)
S: =[[Sarracenia ?] * [Sarracenia ?]]
B: T.Bailey, Wellington, UK, 1998
Nominant: T.Bailey
Registrant: T.Bailey, Autumn 2010
HC: Registered 29. 12. 2010 {JS}
Description: Pl.Carniv.32(2):34 (2010)
"[Sarracenia ' Eloise ' {T.Bailey}] (...) is a modestly vigorous strain that gives rise to frequent replications, which can simply be teased from the plants rhizome. The pitchers, erect and tubular with a pronounced (up to 2 cm) ala (frontal wing), grow to 52 cm in height. I suspect the plant would produce larger pitchers in a more preferred environment - my greenhouse is not ideally placed for sun and is shaded on one side by a 2 m (6-foot) high fence.
Standard: Pl.Carniv.32(2):34 (2010)
Etymology: after originator's eldest daughter
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Erimakitokage ' {Hort. ex Kurata}]
P: Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:126 (2003)
S: =[[Sarracenia ?] * [Sarracenia ?]]
Nominant: Japan, before 2003
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Description: none published
Standard: Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:126 (2003)
Etymology: unknown
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Evendine ' {Hort.Slack ex D'Amato}]
P: Carniv.Pl.:176 (1979)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]]
B: A.Slack, Marston Exotics, before 1979
Nominant: A.Slack
Registrant: P.F.Gardner, Marston Exotics, Brampton Lane, Madley, Hereford, HR2 9LX, England, 1. 9. 1998
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia 'Rosamund Pollock ' {Hort.Bruce ex F.Waracek}]
HC: registration preliminary (standard missing)
Description: Savage Garden:95 (1998)
"The pitchers at first are golden green and veined, later turning dark red."
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Extreme Unction ' {D'Amato}]
P: Savage Garden:96 (1998)
S: =[[Sarracenia minor {Walt.}] * [[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia flava {L.}]] * [Sarracenia flava {L.}]]]
B: P.D'Amato, California Carnivores, 7020 Trenton-Healdsburg Rd., Forestville, CA 95436, USA
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 1998
C: synonym of [Sarracenia exculta {auct. non Hort.S.G.: Hort. ex Nichols.}]
HC: registration preliminary (standard missing)
Description: Savage Garden:96 (1998)
"the plump pitchers are green, with a large doomed lid netted scarlet, with cathedral-like windows along its back."
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Fadeout ' {P.Sheridan}]
P: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:25 (2009)
S: =[Sarracenia flava var. rugelii {(Shuttlew. ex A.DC.) Mast.}]
B: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
HC: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:25 (2009)
"This form of [Sarracenia flava {L.}] is basically [Sarracenia flava var. rugelii {(Shuttlew. ex A.DC.) Mast.}] with a faded-out throat splotch, hence the name. The splotch never develops more than a thin purple line."
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:25 (2009)
Etymology: after pitcher throat coloration
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Fireworks ' {R.Sacilotto}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.31:41 (2002)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v31n2p40-42.html#fireworks
S: =[[[Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii {(Wherry) Wherry}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]
B: R.Sacilotto, Botanique Nursery, Standardsville, USA, 5. 1977
Nominant: R.Sacilotto, 5. 1979
Registrant: R.Sacilotto, 21. 12. 2001
C: priority for parentage
HC: Registered 29. 7. 2002 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.31:41 (2002)
"Pollination was controlled using Reemay(R) bags to prevent random outcrossing. The seed was germinated in the George Mason University greenhouse, Fairfax County, VA, in late December of 1977. These seedlings were not given a dormancy until worthy seedlings were identified in 1979, 1980 and 1982. I am evaluating other plants from this breeding and hope to register additional selections in the future. At an early age, this hybrid displayed many desirable qualities in the pitchers, and was selected for further evaluation and retention in my collection. As the plant matured, its features became more apparent, and the first flowers appeared in 1983. The pitchers are usually 15.2-25.4 cm (6-10 inches) tall, with a ruffled lid. The lower half of the pitchers are green with red veins. The upper portion is mostly white, with deep maroon veins. The lip is usually deep maroon. A maroon flushing, on the inner ala and lid, is most intense near the mouth, and fades to white with red veins toward the distal portion of the inner lid. Red pigments are most vibrant in mid to late summer. The widest point of the pitcher, excluding the lid, typically ranges about 2.5-4 cm (1-1 1/2 inches). [Sarracenia ' Fireworks ' {R.Sacilotto}] performs well in the garden by producing many pitchers throughout the growing season. The lid is angled to assist in keeping rain out of the pitchers. Flower color is a deep burgundy red, without noticeable odor. These appear above developing foliage on strong stems, averaging 31-36 cm (12-14 inches) tall. The influence of [Sarracenia rubra {Walt.} subsp.jonesii {(Wherry) Wherry}] is apparent not only in the flower color, but in the growth habit of making many crowns in a short time. The many crowns, or "leads," create a foundation for a beautifully lush display of flowers and pitchers. Pitchers and flowers often appear simultaneously, especially on established plants. Phyllodia (flat leaves) are rarely produced."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.31:42 (2002)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: for the growth habit of making many crowns in a short time
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N: $[Sarracenia ' French Kiss ' {C.Azais}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:38 (2010)
S: =[[Sarracenia oreophila {(Kearney) Wherry}] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]
B: C.Azais, Marcellus, FR, 1998
Nominant: C.Azais
Registrant: C.Azais, 19. 11. 2009
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia mooreana {auct. non Hort.Veitch: Hort.Westphal}], the latter name is illegitimate (later homonym)
HC: Registered 28. 7. 2010 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:38 (2010)
"At the beginning of the growing season it looks like an ordinary [Sarracenia oreophila {(Kearney) Wherry}] with a green pitcher tube and a white spotted lid. Later on, the pitchers get much taller and become very colourful; the spots on the lid being brightly white and the throat having a solid red/pink colour. The pitcher tubes are 60 to 70 cm tall."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:38 (2010)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after the peristome reminiscent of a kissing mouth
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Friar Tuck ' {Mellichamp & Gardner}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:40 (1987)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v16n2p39_42.html#friar
S: =[[Sarracenia minor {Walt.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
Introducer: R.Gardner, North Carolina Botanical Garden, Chapel Hill, before 1985
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
Registrant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia swaniana {W.Robinson}]
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:40 (1987)
"This delightful little cultivar originated as a seedling from a batch of wild-collected seed (Brunswick Co., N.C.) taken from a plant identified as straight [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]. Obviously cross-pollination had occurred with [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]. The seedlings were grown at NCBG. The leaves are about 5" high, richly colored red outside above, with dark veins on the unusually smooth-margined hoods (such hybrids that are distinctly more wavy, after the [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] parent). The hoods are also a little flatter in side view than usual, with an upturned tip. There are subtle shades of color in the hoods, making this cultivar attractive and distinctive. The leaves look good all season, and do not turn brown completely in winter."
Standard: Brunswick Co., NC. (UNCC), Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:41 (1987)
Propagation: rhizome division
Etymology: from appearance of pitcher hoods
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Frogman ' {B.Rice}]
P: Growing Carniv.Pl.:147 (2006)
S: =[[Sarracenia rubra subsp. alabamensis {(Case & Case) Schnell}] * [Sarracenia minor var. okefenokeensis {Schnell}]]
B: J.Hummer, Arlington, VA, USA, 1991
Nominant: B.Rice
Registrant: B.Rice, 1. 12. 2006
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia rehderi {Bell}]
HC: Registered 6. 12. 2006 {JS}
Description: Growing Carniv.Pl.:147 (2006)
"This extraordinary cross between [Sarracenia rubra subsp. alabamensis {(Case & Case) Schnell}] and [Sarracenia minor var. okefenokeensis {Schnell}] resulted from the same 1991 cross that John Hummer used to produce [Sarracenia ' Hummer's Okee Classic ' {J.Hummer}]. [Sarracenia ' Frogman ' {B.Rice}] produces erect green pitchers more than 33 cm (13 inches) tall, liberally patterned with white fenestrations. The oversized lid is golden and heavily veined with bronze. The underside of the lid is solid red, while inside the pitcher (Hooker zone 2) is white with strong red venation. The nectar roll is bright red."
Standard: Growing Carniv.Pl.:146 (2006)
Etymology: after the plant's squamous, strangely batrachian appearance
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Fuschia ' {P.Sheridan}]
P: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:29 (2009)
S: =[[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]
B: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia areolata {Macf.}]
HC: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:29 (2009)
"This cross of [Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] and [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] has some of the most beautiful pitcher plant flowers we have ever seen. Crosses with [Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] can result in exceptional flower color and [Sarracenia ' Fuschia ' {P.Sheridan}] is certainly an example. The young pitchers are initially white with abundant windows but develop a deep rusty red as they age. The leaves below illustrate this interesting development on the same plant."
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:29 (2009)
Etymology: after color of plant (reminiscent of [Fuchsia {L.}] flowers)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Genyu ' {Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan}]
P: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
S: =[[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]] * [[Sarracenia minor {Walt.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]]
B: Kikuchi
C: priority for parentage
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Giant ' {D'Amato}]
P: Savage Garden:90 (1998)
S: =[Sarracenia psittacina {L.}]
Introducer: P.D'Amato, from Ga., US
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 1998
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP), not to be confused with [Sarracenia ' Okee Giant ' {D'Amato}]
Etymology: after the size of the leaf
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Godzuki ' {D'Amato}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:96 (2011)
S: =[[Sarracenia oreophila {(Kearney) Wherry}] * [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]]
B: L.Song, Fullerton, Ca., US, "many years ago" (i.e. before 2011)
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 2011
Registrant: P.D'Amato, 13. 6. 2011
HC: Registered 20. 10. 2011 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:96 (2011)
"[Sarracenia 'Godzuki' {D'Amato}] is a vigorous, fast-growing plant that readily spreads and clumps in cultivation, producing many pitchers throughout the growing season. The pitchers average about 25 cm in height, but can reach up to 45 cm. The domed, semi-curved lid completely covers the mouth and its exterior is heavily veined and becomes copper red in full sun, while the interior becomes equally flushed with a bronze-red coloration. As it ages, the entire tube of the pitcher can become rather bronzy red against a green to olive background.
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:77 (front cover), 96 (2011)
Etymology: for the lizard-like appearance that led to naming the plant after the son of Godzilla
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Golden Yellow ' {Hort. ex Kurata}]
P: Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:127 (2003)
S: =[[Sarracenia ?] * [Sarracenia ?]]
Nominant: Japan, before 2003
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Description: none published
Standard: Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:127 (2003)
Etymology: unknown
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Golden-Red Jubilee ' {J.Hummer}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:111 (2001)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v30n4p111_116.html#jubilee
S: =[[Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii {(Wherry) Wherry}] * [Sarracenia rubra subsp. alabamensis {(Case & Case) Schnell}]]
B: J.Hummer, Arlington, VA, USA, 5. 1997
Nominant: J.Hummer, 27. 12. 2000
Registrant: J.Hummer, 27. 12. 2000
C: priority for subspecies parentage but no subspecies name published
HC: Registered 28. 2. 2001 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:115 (2001)
"This plant has a cross between [Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii {(Wherry) Wherry}] and [Sarracenia rubra subsp. alabamensis {(Case & Case) Schnell}]. While this is the same parentage as my cultivar [Sarracenia ' John's Autumnal Splendor ' {J.Hummer}], the [Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii {(Wherry) Wherry}] parent is from a different location, and the two cultivars are different in overall effect. While always an attractive plant, this plant really shows off in the late summer and autumn - the leaves have heavy, dark venation set against a deeply golden background. The dramatic leaves, glowing in the late afternoon sun of October, give the plant the notice and prestige it deserves! These leaves are erect, 20-35 cm (8-14 inches) in height, and bear almost oversized lids with slightly undulating margins. The flower petals are very dark maroon, as expected for this cross."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:113 (2001)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after the colouration and pattern of the mature plants late in the season
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Gorey ' {J.Lechtman}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:136 (2011)
S: =[[Sarraceniapsittacina {Michx.}] * [Sarracenia riubra subsp. gulfensis {Schnell}]]
B: L.Song, Fullerton, Ca., USA
Nominant: P.D'Amato, Sebastopol, Ca., USA, 2011
Registrant: P.D'Amato, 31. 8. 2011
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia gilpinii {Bell & Case}]
HC: Registered 30. 12. 2011 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:137 (2011)
"[Sarracenia ' Gorey ' {J.Lechtman}] bears large, blood red, wickedly hooked closed pitchers. Small areoles can be white or tinged with pink (see Fig. 2)."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:137 (fig. 2) (2011)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: after E.St.John Gorey who shares macabre humor and gothic style with the cultivar
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Green ' {T.Camilleri}]
P: Carniv.Pl.:39 (1998)
S: =[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]
HC: name not acceptable (conflicting with Rec.19.D.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Green and White ' {D'Amato}]
P: Savage Garden:82 (1998)
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
Introducer: P.D'Amato
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 1998
HC: name not registered with ICRA, traits doubtfully constant
Description: Savage Garden:82 (1998)
"There are color differences as well in the veins - from green to the darkest burgundy. Hence plants may be given nicknames to describe them, from [Sarracenia ' Green and White ' {D'Amato}] to typical to [Sarracenia ' Red and White ' {D'Amato}]. One [Sarracenia ' Green and White ' {D'Amato}] variety is a true genetic form lacking any red-colored genes, as the flowers are yellow. It has been called [Sarracenia ' Schnell's Ghost ' {D'Amato}] by hobbyists."
Standard: Savage Garden:83 (1998)
Etymology: after the colour of the leaf
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Green Rosette ' {J.Hummer}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:115 (2001)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v30n4p111_116.html#rosette
S: =[Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]
B: J.Hummer, Arlington, VA, USA, 5. 1988
Nominant: J.Hummer, 27. 12. 2000
Registrant: J.Hummer, 27. 12. 2000
HC: Registered 28. 2. 2002 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:115 (2001)
"This cultivar name applies to anthocyanin-free clones of [Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]. The one shown in the photograph was originally collected from Gulf County, Florida. This specimen is fairly robust and readily produces clonal offsets. It also selfs well and produces many seed which germinate readily after a four week stratification period. As expected for an anthocyanin-free variant of this species, it is entirely green except for the numerous white areolae. The flower petals are a creme- yellow."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:116 (2001)
Propagation: vegetative or by crossing with another anthocyanin-free [Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]
Etymology: after the anthocyanin-free form of the plant
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Green Veins ' {T.Camilleri}]
P: Carniv.Pl.:39 (1998)
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Hagoromo ' {Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan}]
P: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:5 (1985)
S: =[[Sarracenia ?] * [Sarracenia flava {L.}]]
B: K.Suzuki, Shunkyu-en Nursery, Yokohama
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Harukaze ' {Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan}]
P: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
S: =[[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
B: Kikuchi
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}]
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Harvest of Gold ' {J.Hummer}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:115 (2001)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v30n4p111_116.html#gold
S: =[[Sarracenia rubra subsp. alabamensis {(Case & Case) Schnell}] * [Sarracenia rubra subsp. gulfensis {Schnell}]]
B: J.Hummer, Arlington, VA, USA, 4. 1988
Nominant: J.Hummer, 11. 4. 1999
Registrant: J.Hummer, 24. 12. 2000
C: priority for subspecies parentage but no subspecies name published
HC: Registered 28. 2. 2002 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:115 (2001)
"This plant is a cross between [Sarracenia rubra subsp. alabamensis {(Case & Case) Schnell}] and [Sarracenia rubra subsp. gulfensis {Schnell}]. The leaves are pubescent, 20-30 cm (8-12 inches) in height, and the leaf hoods are undulate. The cultivar's showiest leaves are produced in the summer to early fall. These show traits of both parents--there is a pronounced darkened gold background color to the pitchers, enhanced by distinct vertical red venation throughout the leaf. These characteristics are much less obvious in the spring or early summer leaves. The flowers have deep maroon petals."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:116 (2001)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after the golden and red colours that are expressed most strikingly in the fall
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Heavily Veined ' {auct. non Schnell ex Hort.Slack: T.Camilleri}]
P: Carniv.Pl.:41 (1998)
S: =[Sarracenia oreophila {(Kearney) Wherry}]
HC: unacceptable homonym of [Sarracenia ' Heavily Veined ' {Schnell ex Hort.Slack}]
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Heavily Veined ' {Schnell ex Hort.Slack}]
P: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:71 (1986)
S: =[Sarracenia flava var. ornata {Hort.Bull ex Mast.}]
Introducer: A.Slack
Nominant: D.E.Schnell
Registrant: A.Slack
HC: name accepted (but cf. Rec.19.D.1., ICNCP), registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:71 (1986)
"The ' Heavily-veined Form ' (sic, but figure caption on p. 67 bears acceptable form of epithet) has a yellow to golden-green background colour and almost all the pitcher is heavily veined in dark red. The hood is rather broad and undulates irregularly."
Standard: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:67 (1986); only pitchers on left hand side of picture! Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:68 (1986)
Etymology: after the red venation of pitchers
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Horizon ' {D.P.Evans ex P.Sheridan}]
P: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:19 (2009)
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea var. burkii {Schnell}]]
B: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: D.P.Evans, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}]
HC: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:19 (2009)
"[Sarracenia ' Horizon ' {D.P.Evans ex P.Sheridan}] is a custom-made hybrid developed by Meadowview between [Sarracenia flava {L.}] and [Sarracenia rosea {Naczi, F.W.Case & R.B.Case}]. (...) the outstanding features of this hybrid are the singular presence of a purple band in the throat and the absence of purple pigmented veins in the rest of the plant. The back portion of the hood has a light tan complexion."
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:19 (2009)
Etymology: after color pattern inside pitcher hood
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Hugh Jampton ' {A.M.Selwyn}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.37:44 (2008)
S: =?[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia oreophila {(Kearney) Wherry}]]
Introducer: S.Locke, from seed from CPS (UK), 1989
Nominant: A.M.Selwyn, Hampshire, UK, 6. 2006
Registrant: A.M.Selwyn, 18. 7. 2007
C: priority for supposed parentage
HC: Registered 12. 9. 2008 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.37:44 (2008)
"This new cultivar has stout, greenish yellow pitchers, rising from a large rhizome to a height of at least 56cm (22 inches). The lower two-thirds of the pitcher is characterised by very fine, vertical venation. Thereafter the pitcher flares outward to a wide mouth some 6cm (2.5 inches) across, with a substantial nectar roll that dips to form a graceful spout. Initially a pale yellowish green, the nectar roll becomes bright yellow at maturity. A narrow, linear ala not exceeding 3mm (1/8 inch) extends from lip to base.
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.37:45 (2008)
Propagation: by vegetative means only
Etymology: after a character in the BBC radio series "The Goon Show"
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Hummer's Hammerhead ' {J.Hummer}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:111 (2001)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v30n4p111_116.html#hammer
S: =[[[Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}] * [Sarracenia rubra subsp. alabamensis {(Case & Case) Schnell}]] * [Sarracenia rubra subsp. alabamensis {(Case & Case) Schnell}]]
B: J.Hummer, Arlington, VA, USA, 5. 1992
Nominant: B.McLaughlin, 1996
Registrant: J.Hummer, 1. 12. 1999
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia gilpinii {Bell & Case}]
HC: Registered 28. 2. 2002 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:111 (2001)
"This new cultivar has stout, greenish yellow pitchers, rising from a large rhizome to a height of at least 56cm (22 inches). The lower two-thirds of the pitcher is characterised by very fine, vertical venation. Thereafter the pitcher flares outward to a wide mouth some 6cm (2.5 inches) across, with a substantial nectar roll that dips to form a graceful spout. Initially a pale yellowish green, the nectar roll becomes bright yellow at maturity. A narrow, linear ala not exceeding 3mm (1/8 inch) extends from lip to base.
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.37:64 (2008)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after the peculiar shape of the pitcher hood
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Hummer's Okee Classic ' {J.Hummer}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:114 (2001)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v30n4p111_116.html#classic
S: =[[Sarracenia rubra subsp. alabamensis {(Case & Case) Schnell}] * [Sarracenia minor var. okefenokeensis {Schnell}]]
B: J.Hummer, Arlington, VA, USA, 1991
Nominant: J.Hummer, 6. 4. 1999
Registrant: J.Hummer, 7. 4. 1999
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia rehderi {Bell}]
HC: Registered 28. 2. 2002 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:114 (2001)
"This plant is a cross between a [Sarracenia rubra subsp. alabamensis {(Case & Case) Schnell}] and a [Sarracenia ' Okee Giant ' {D'Amato}]. The hybrid is a fairly robust grower with pubescent leaves that reach 30 cm (12 inches) or more in height. The hood of the leaf is distinctly convex, and is maroon in color when grown in full sunlight. The leaf tube is a melange of green and gold, with the upper rear third of the pitcher leaf exhibiting numerous areolae. These areolae are distinctly veined with red pigment. The flower petals are showy, with pastels of both red and yellow blended together."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:113 (2001)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after the obvious influence of the pollen parent
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Hurricane Creek White ' {J.Hummer}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.33:19 (2004)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v33n1p19_22.html#White
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
Introducer: J.H.Hummer, Rutherglen, VA, USA, 1991
Nominant: J.H.Hummer
Registrant: J.H.Hummer, 8. 9. 2002
HC: Registered 8. 9. 2004 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.33:19 (2004)
"Since having raised this plant under different conditions (both natural and artificial) for over twelve years, I can attest to not only its adaptability and robustness, but also its spectacular beauty especially in the late summer and fall when prime leaf pitcher production occurs. Under optimum environmental factors such as proper hydrology, soil composition, and sunlight, it reproduces vegetatively well and produces an abundance of seed even when selfed. (While seed production is a good way to raise a large number of [Sarracenia {L.}] that have many characteristics of this cultivar, in order to maintain this cultivar's unique hardiness, color, and size characters, vegetative propagation is required.) It has shown an apparent strong resistance to disease and infection by both fungus or bacteria as evident by the absence of any documented mortality in any of the specimens over the twelve year period I have carried them. In brief, it is a superb specimen for growing by anyone who likes an attractive and dependable [Sarracenia {L.}]. It is important to reiterate that this very white [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] cultivar is not anthocyanin-free. When one sees this cultivar for the first time, it is easy to mistake it for the anthocyanin-free form often sought after by many carnivorous plant admirers. Mature late summer leaves are a bright white with no visible red venation. The basal crowns are red, but require close inspection to see this feature. Only if there is some type of damage to the leaf pitcher will a red infusion around this injury be visible. The leaf production in spring varies from a few nice leaves to occasionally none at all, especially if there is heavy flower production."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.33:32 (2004)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after the provenience and the colour of the cultivar
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Imhotep ' {B.Rice}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:14 (2000)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v29n1p14_21.html#imhotep
S: =?[[Sarracenia minor {Walt.}] * [Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]] /?[[Sarracenia minor {Walt.}] * [Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]]
B: possibly L.Song, Jr., before 1990
Nominant: B.Rice, 2. 10. 1999
Registrant: B.Rice, Davis, USA, 20. 10. 1999
C: ?later synonym of [Sarracenia miniata [Hort.Slack}] /?later synonym of [Sarracenia rehderi {Bell}]
HC: Registered 30. 3. 2000 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:14 (2000)
"Davis is in the central valley of California, and experiences long, hot, dry summers. Each year in October, the Botanical Conservatory at the University of California in Davis (UCD) participates in an enormous plant sale. On the day of the annual sale, the [Sarracenia {L.}] are always a little toasted - shoppers eschew grand [Sarracenia flava {L.}] specimens, just because the pitchers tops are burnt and brown. However, one hybrid plant still looks fresh even this late in the season. We call it [Sarracenia ' Imhotep ' {B.Rice}]. Of uncertain ancestry, [Sarracenia ' Imhotep ' {B.Rice}] has clear influences from [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}] (i.e. a bulging but cylindrical pitcher, a round lid, and fenestrations on the back of the upper third of the pitcher tube). An overall coppery colour, manifested late in the season, is probably also due to [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}] ancestry. The other parent is uncertain, but may be either [Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] or [Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]. I suspect it is probably [Sarracenia alata {Wood) Wood}] - the large size, enhanced vertical pitcher veining, and pale greenish petals are all consistent with this. It is probable that this plant arrived at UCD via trades with California State University at Fullerton. I will be the first to admit that more attractive [Sarracenia {L.}] hybrids have been developed, yet this plant has excellent features. Its ability to persist well into a hot, arid summer is noteworthy. It is a marvelous plant for casual growers who wish to have perhaps just one pitcher plant in their garden, and would like it to look good all season long."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:14 (2000)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: to honor the fictional character from horror films, who survived long hot periods in the desert
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Issei ' {Hort. ex Kurata}]
P: Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:127 (2003)
S: =[[Sarracenia ?] * [Sarracenia ?]]
Nominant: Japan, before 2003
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Description: none published
Standard: Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:127 (2003)
Etymology: possibly after Issei nursery, Japan
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Jambalaya ' {D'Amato}]
P: Savage Garden:97 (1998)
S: =[[Sarracenia ?] * [Sarracenia ?]]
B: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner, NCU, Chapel Hill
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
HC: registration preliminary (standard missing)
Description: Savage Garden:97 (1998)
"The pitchers are greenish with red veining, with flared fan-like ruffled heads tinted red."
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Jessica ' {J.Addington}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:90 (2009)
S: =[[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]
B: J.Addington, Stanwood, WA, US
Nominant: J.Addington, 15. 5. 2007
Registrant: J.Addington, 5. 12. 2008
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia areolata {Macf.}]
HC: Registered 26. 12. 2009 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:90 (2009)
"This cultivar comes from a cross I made between a vigorous green [Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] and one of my [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] clones. Through faster growth and refinement of form and color, this clone soon separated itself from its siblings. [Sarracenia ' Jessica ' {J.Addington}] produces abundant light-green erect leaves, reaching 56 cm (22 in), that show a yellow suffusion and faint areoles on the upper leaf and the hood. A subdued red-brown venation is also restricted to this area. Older leaves develop lighter coloration and increased translucence on the upper leaf and hood with the veins becoming more prominent. The flower is the feature that distinguishes this cultivar from all other [Sarracenia areolata {Macf.}] crosses(...).
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:91 (2009)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after "split personality" of plant reminding nominant of the endlessly complex young woman for which it is named
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N: $[Sarracenia ' John Smith ' {P.Sheridan}]
P: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:30 (2009)
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
B: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}]
HC: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:30 (2009)
"[Sarracenia ' John Smith ' {P.Sheridan}] is a cross of native Virginia yellow [Sarracenia flava {L.}] and purple pitcher plant [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]. What is unique about [Sarracenia ' John Smith ' {P.Sheridan}] is the reverse pattern of veining in the hood and the almost stippled pattern. The leaf is golden yellow integrated with shades of blush. John Smith was the colorful captain of the colonists and wrote several narratives of the original settlement and encounters with the native Americans."
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:30 (2009)
Etymology: after N American colonists' captain
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Johnny Marr ' {M.Soper}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:120 (2010)
S: =[[[Sarracenia flava var. cuprea {Schnell}] * [Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa {(Raf.) Wherry}]] * [Sarracenia flava var. cuprea {Schnell}]]
B: M.Soper, Southampton, UK, 1999
Nominant: M.Soper, at RHS Flower Show at Tatton Park near Manchester, 21. 7. 2010
Registrant: M.Soper, 11. 8. 2010
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}]
HC: Registered 29. 12. 2010 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:120 (2010)
"It has strong upright pitchers about 60 cm tall, a large open mouth 5-7 cm across, and an overhanging wavy lid about 12 cm across. The top two thirds of spring pitchers are a stunning bright copper colour and really stand out in the collection. Later in the season, from the end of June, the pitchers turn a dark burgundy purple all over and the sparse veining is almost black. Flowers are around 10cm across with pale pink petals. The plant first flowered in 2003 and the bright copper pitcher colour has proved to be stable."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:120 (2010)
Propagation: by division only
Etymology: after the guitarrist Johnny Marr
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N: $[Sarracenia ' John's Autumnal Splendor ' {J.Hummer}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:114 (2001)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v30n4p111_116.html#splendor
S: =[[Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii {(Wherry) Wherry}] * [Sarracenia rubra subsp. alabamensis {(Case & Case) Schnell}]]
B: J.Hummer, Arlington, VA, USA, 1980's
Nominant: J.Hummer, 1988
Registrant: J.Hummer, 1. 12. 1999
C: priority for subspecies parentage but no subspecies name published
HC: Registered 28. 2. 2002 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:111 (2001)
"This plant has the parentage [[Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii {(Wherry) Wherry}] * [Sarracenia rubra subsp. alabamensis {(Case & Case) Schnell}]]. The plant is a fairly robust grower with leaves averaging 25-50 cm (10-20 inches) in length and are slightly pubescent. The hood is undulate and often pointed at the tip. The leaf coloration varies according to the intensity of sunlight it is grown in. The lower third of the leaf is green with some red venation. The upper two-thirds of the leaf exhibit deep red color throughout, and venation that tends towards golden yellow on and around the hood. This results in a striking effect when seen from a distance. Specimens growing in full sun, and undisturbed for years can become a deep maroon throughout, with only a hint of yellow-gold here and there. Flower petals are a deep maroon color."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:113 (2001)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after the beautiful gold and brown colours in the fall leaves
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Judith Hindle ' {D'Amato}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.22:38 (1993)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v22n1p38.html#Judith
S: =[[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia flava {L.}]] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
B: A.Hindle, 1985
Nominant: P.D'Amato
Registrant: P.D'Amato, California Carnivores, 7020 Trenton-Healdsburg Rd., Forestville, CA 95436, USA
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia 'Rosamund Pollock ' {Hort.Bruce ex F.Waracek}]
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.22:38 (1993)
"This selection resulted from crossing [[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia flava var. rugelii {(Shuttlew. ex A.DC.) Mast.}]] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]] "chipola" (this suffix refers to the last mentioned species but is not a cultivar epithet!). (...) In [Sarracenia ' Judith Hindle ' {D'Amato}], the young trumpets are green, laced with yellow, with a green and white ruffled hood. They soon darken to deep plum red with white, yellow and green mottling in the hood. The paler coloration turns pink as the pitcher ages."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.22:38 (1993)
Etymology: after originator's wife
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Judy ' {Hort.Slack ex D'Amato}]
P: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:78 (1986)
S: =[[Sarracenia minor {Walt.}] * [[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]]]
B: A.Slack, Somerset, before 1986
Nominant: A.Slack
Registrant: P.F.Gardner, Marston Exotics, Brampton Lane, Madley, Hereford, HR2 9LX, England, 1. 9. 1998
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia excellens {Hort.S.G.}]
HC: Registered 11. 10. 2002 {JS}
Description: Savage Garden:95 (1998)
"Is [[Sarracenia minor {Walt.}] * [[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * + [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]]], with a highly domed lid and many light + windows."
Standard: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:79 (1986)
Etymology: after John Spiers' (Adrian Slack's partner) wife Judy
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Juthatip Soper ' {M.Soper}]
P: The Garden (UK) 1998:837 (1998)
S: =[[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]
B: M.Soper, Southampton, UK, 7. 11. 1997
Nominant: M.Soper, 9. 9. 1998
Registrant: M.Soper, 25. 10. 2007
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia mitchelliana {Hort.S.G.}]
HC: Registered 6. 11. 2007 {JS}
Description: The Garden (UK) 1998:837 (1998)
"The plant has colourful upright pitchers of good proportions - the hood is broad, wavy and almost vertical, rather like an oriental soft-pink fan, delicatel;y veined with wine purple. As the pitchers mature they darken to red-purple, giving superb contrast to the young pitchers."
Standard: The Garden (UK) 1998:837 (1998)
Propagation: tissue culture, vegetatively
Etymology: after originator's wife
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Kaen ' {Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan}]
P: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:5 (1985)
S: =?[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
B: Toyoda
C: ?later synonym of [Sarracenia mitchelliana {Hort.S.G.}]
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Kasanenishiki ' {Hort.Suzuki ex Kurata}]
P: Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:121 (2003)
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
Introducer: C.Tarnok, 1973, from Perdido region, Baldwin Co., Ala., US
Nominant: Japan, before 2003
HC: =[Sarracenia ' Tarnok ' {R.Determann & Groves}]
Description: none published
Standard: Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:121 (2003)
Etymology: unknown
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Katerina ' {Studnicka}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.33:83 (2004)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v33n3p83_89.html#katerina
S: =[[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]
B: M.Studnicka, 1996
Nominant: M.Studnicka, Bot.Gard. Liberec, Czech Republic
Registrant: M.Studnicka, 7. 7. 2003
Translation: [Sarracenia ' Catherine ' {M.Studnicka}] (English)
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia mitchelliana {Hort.S.G.}]
HC: Registered 30. 12. 2004 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.33:83 (2004)
"(...) out of many seedlings, the most purple and stiffly erect specimen was selected. The pitchers of [Sarracenia ' Katerina ' {M.Studnicka}] are erect, around 60 cm high (24 inches, including the lid), with a mouth 5.5 cm (2 inches) wide. With the exception of the base, mature pitchers are entirely puirple with red venation. The venation is particularly apparent in young pitchers. Mature pitchers have a spectacular appearance because of the translucent tissues. In general form and habit, the pitcher lids are very similar to those of [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]. The sinuous (but undivided) margins of the lids are particularly ornamental. The lid's upper surface is densely hispid with very short (0.1 mm) purple hairs, and it is therefore velvety. The lower lid surface is glossy, covered with 2.2-2.5 mm long deflexed transparent bristles. The pitcher tube is externally only scarcely pilose. The spring pitchers and summer pitchers (which last over the winter) are very similar; the primary difference being that the spring pitchers have somewhat more green on the basal part of the pitchers. The rhizome is horizontal, like in [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]. Flowers are purple, intermediate between those of [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] and [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]. The peduncles are long, like in [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.33:85 (2004)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: after the permanent carnivorous plant exhibition manager of the Liberec Botanic Gardens, K.Stara
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Kilimanjaro ' {J.Addington}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:56 (2009)
S: =[[[[Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}] * [Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]
B: J.Addington, Stanwood, WA, US, 12. 1997
Nominant: J.Addington, 9. 2005
Registrant: J.Addington, 5. 12. 2008
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia ' Ladies in Waiting ' {Mellichamp & Gardner}]
HC: Registered 30. 7. 2009 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:56 (2009) "[Sarracenia ' Kilimanjaro ' {J.Addington}] (see Figures 1 and 2) is the result of my crossing a pretty [[[Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}] * [Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]] hybrid with one of my strongest [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] plants.This is a strong-growing cultivar with erect leaves reaching 61 cm (24 in). Since it is three-quarters [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}], it is similar to that species in form and general aspect with the same white markings. It is distinguished by being about 25 percent shorter, by having a hood that is relatively wider and flatter, and, most of all, by having a more compact and profuse branching structure, which, combined with exceptional vigor, results in a profusion of leaves and flowers. The flowers are red, within the range of [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]. As one would expect with this parentage, this cultivar reaches its vegetative peak in late summer and fall. At the end of the growing season, leaves are often strongly blotched with pink."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:57 (2009)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: after lush and rugged appearance, green below and white above, like the mountain for which it is named
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Kiyohime ' {Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan}]
P: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
S: =[[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]] * [[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]]
B: USA
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia 'Rosamund Pollock ' {Hort.Bruce ex F.Waracek}]
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Kyodainishiki ' {Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan}]
P: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:5 (1985)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia ?]]
B: Tamari
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Kyokanoko ' {Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan}]
P: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:5 (1985)
S: =?[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]]
B: Tamari
C: ?later synonym of [Sarracenia excellens {Hort.S.G.}]
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Standard: Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:126 (2003)
Etymology: unknown
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Kyonishiki ' {Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan}]
P: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
S: =[[[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]] * [[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]]] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]
B: K.Suzuki, Shunkyu-en Nursery, Yokohama
C: priority for parentage
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Ladies in Waiting ' {Mellichamp & Gardner}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.27:39 (1998)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v27n2p38_40.html#ladies
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [[Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}] * [Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]]]
Introducer: Dr. W.Stoutamire, 1985
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
Registrant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
C: priority for parentage
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.27:39 (1998)
"The pitchers are 35 cm (14 inches) tall, or more. They are stiffly erect with a very slight outward curve, and are completely hairless on the outer surface. The upper 1/3 of the pitcher gradually enlarges and bears a slightly arching hood with a gaping mouth (orifice). The opening of the orifice can be up to 3 cm (1.25 inches) wide. the hood is 3-4 cm (1-1.5 inches) long and 5-6 cm (2-2.5 inches) wide with a distinct ruffle along the edge, reminiscent of the [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] parent. Stiff hairs to 1 mm long are inside the hood. The modest size of the pitchers comes from the [Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}] parent. The small red flowers are also very much like [Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}]. Characteristic of the [Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}] parent, the back of the hood and upper pitcher have prominent irregular white spots, and the pitcher's interior is profusely lined with long hairs to 2 mm long. You can see this hybrid exhibits characteristics of its three parents. The coloration of the pitchers is remarkably beautiful. The green of the lower pitcher gradually gives way to a uniform rich maroon-red in the upper half and hood. The enlarged upper pitcher and hood are marked with distinct white spots. The larte-summer pitchers in (the standard) were grown in full sun all day long and are especially well colored. The pitchers retain their color well into the fall, but turn brown in winter, whether exposed to freezing temperatures or not. This clone survives temperatures as low as -18degC (0degF) with no adverse effects as long as the roots are not exposed to drying. Pitchers are produced all season - an advantage over the seasonal pitcher production of the [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] parent. Taking a cue from [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] genes, however, the best and largest pitchers are exhibited in late summer and fall. There are no phyllodia. The plant as a whole is thin-textured but sturdy, holding up to rain and wind."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.27:33 (cover) (1998) (only pitchers with areolae in the foreground; the pitchers in the background do not belong to this cultivar)
Propagation: vegetative (tissue culture)
Etymology: alluding to association with royalty due to a strong feeling (of the nominants) of elegance and delicate ruffles
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Lamentations ' {D'Amato}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:47 (2000)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v29n2p46_48.html#lamentation
S: =[[Sarracenia ?] * [Sarracenia ?]]
B: ?California State University, Fullerton, USA, 1980s
Nominant: P.D'Amato, California Carnivores, Forestville, USA, 1995
Registrant: P.D'Amato, 15. 1. 2000
HC: Registered 4. 7. 2000 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:47 (2000)
"This plant has narrow, upright trumpets 30-45 cm (12-18 inches) tall and no more than 2.5 cm (1 inch) wide at the mouth. The olive- green pitchers are heavily veined with dark red nerves; when grown in full sun, the upper two-thirds of each pitcher, including the lid, turn entirely reddish-maroon with especially dark veins (unlike the individual in the photograph). The back of the pitcher throat, and underside of the lid, can turn dark purple-burgundy. This cultivar is especially notable for the upper inclination of the lid, which is wider and longer than the mouth opening. The lid has slightly wavy margins and fine bristles on the underside. The pitchers are notable for lasting well into the winter dormant season in good condition. The flowers are small, with dark red 2.5-3.5 cm (1-1.5 inch) petals, similar to [Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}], and are borne on stems as long as the pitchers. The flowers are slightly fragrant, similar to cherry flavored drinks or roses."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:48 (2000)
Propagation: only vegetatively
Etymology: after clusters of pitchers, with their upturned lids, that can metaphorically appear to be crying towards heaven
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Langford Williams ' {L.Williams}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Soc.J.(UK) 28:30 (2006)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]]
Introducer: L.Williams, from P & J Plants, Hereford, England, late spring 2003
Nominant: L.Williams, Swansea, UK, 2005
Registrant: L.Williams, 2006
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia areolata {Macf.}]
HC: Registered 3. 6. 2006 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Soc.J.(UK) 28:30 (2006)
"The pitcher shape is very much your basic [Sarracenia areolata {Macf.}] style, controlled by the [Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] parent, but with [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] giving influence in the slight waviness in the pitcher lid. However, it is the colouration of this particular hybrid that I believe warrants its cultivar status. The lower half of the pitcher is a fresh green colour, similar to that of the [Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] parent. However it is halfway up the pitcher when this plant stands out from the rest of the other [Sarracenia areolata {Macf.}] hybrids! The outer pitcher seems to be a pale cream/white colour, overlapped lightly in a light pale green marbling, then pencilled with its deep maroon veins. The lip of the pitcher opening is a pale creamy white colour, with just a hint of the faintest green. Inside the pitcher opening one can see light areoiles between the maroon veins, again another inherited trait from its [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] parent. From the pictures shown on the right (p.31), these areoles or windows are clearly visible in between the maroon veining on the upper part of the pitcher walls. Also shown in the pictures are the creamy-white lips with the hint of green."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Soc.J.(UK) 28:30&31 (2006)
Etymology: after the nominant (?)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Leah Wilkerson ' {B.Garcia}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.34:27 (2005)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v34n1p27_28.html
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]
Introducer: B.Garcia, 5. 2002, from Walton Co., Fla., US
Nominant: B.Garcia, Atlanta, Ga., US
Registrant: B.Garcia, 12. 4. 2004
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia moorei {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
HC: Registered 10. 10. 2005 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.34:27 (2005)
"Unlike most [Sarracenia moorei {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}] crosses, it displays unbelievable hybrid vigor. The original genet measured over two meters (six feet) across with more than fifty pitchers; the tallest of these measured 130 cm (50 inches) tall, while the heights of the majority of the other pitchers measured between 86-97 cm (34-38 inches). The average lateral measurement of the hood was 17 cm (6.5 inches). In addition to its gigantic proportions, this hybrid is outstanding because of its stunning coloration. The lower three quarters of the pitchers are lime green, and the pitcher tops are lemon yellow with large areoles and light red veining. The ala is lined in red. The nectar roll is pronounced, undulated and mottled with red; this pigmentation becomes more solid near the column, and forms a throat blotch typical of the [Sarracenia flava var. rugelii {(Shuttlew. ex A.DC.) Mast.}] parentage. The lid is particularly colorful with an overall pale yellow color (verging on white) with regularly spaced strong red veining throughout. From a distance the lid takes on a peachy golden cast. The edge of the lid is edged in red and ruffled, typical of the [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] parent. This hybrid produces most of its pitchers in the spring - obviously an influence from the [Sarracenia flava {L.}] in its ancestry. In cultivation, these spring pitchers regularly reach 86-91 cm (34-36 inches) in height. A second flush of pitchers is also produced in the fall, and as in [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}], these pitchers are even larger, measuring up to 96 cm (38 inches) tall."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.34:28 (2005)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: in honour of the steward of the site where this cultivar occurs naturally
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Lemon ' {P.Sheridan}]
P: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:20 (2009)
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]
B: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia alava {Hort.Westphal}] but the latter name not published validly
HC: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:20 (2009)
"A hybrid of [Sarracenia flava {L.}] and [Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood] with beautiful, large, lemon colored flowers."
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:20 (2009)
Etymology: after flower color
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Leo Song ' {P.D'Amato}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:137 (2011)
S: =[[Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa {(Raf.) Wherry}] * [Sarracenia oreophila {(Kearney) Wherry}]]
B: L.Song, Fullerton, Ca., USA
Nominant: P.D'Amato, Sebastopol, Ca., USA, 2011
Registrant: P.D'Amato, 31. 8. 2011
HC: Registered 30. 12. 2011 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:137 (2011)
"Of compact growth, the pitchers, never more than 20 cm in length, are strongly curved at the base, swelling to no more than 3 cm wide below the pitcher lip. The lip and throat are nearly blackish red in color, while the pitcher tube is a purplish red in full sun, with darker veins, and is finely hirsute (see Fig. 3). The ala is never more than 0.5 cm at its widest, along the pitcher seam.
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:137 (fig. 3), 138 (fig. 4) (2011)
Etymology: after originator
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Lochness ' {Hort.Slack}]
P: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:84 (1986)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]]
B: A.Slack, Somerset, 1963
Nominant: A.Slack
Registrant: A.Slack
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia excellens {Hort.S.G.}]
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:84 (1986)
"I first made this cross ([[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]]) in 1963 and selected the best seedling with brilliant red petals, calling it S. * ' Lochness ', a name which had to be scrapped when I learned that the cross was already known, named, and occurs in the wild. But since I have seen no other clone of this hybrid, or indeed of any other with such petals, I now this cultivar as [Sarracenia ' Lochness ' {Hort.Slack}]. The concave hood projects almost horizontally forward, and this, together with the entire upper pitcher, is richly variegated with white ' windows ' (no cultivar epithet but here a circumscription of areolae) and delicately pencilled with red veins. The flowers are normally any shade from pinkish mahogany to mahogany red."
Standard: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:82 (1986)
Etymology: after the lake in Scotland
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Lynda Butt ' {Hort.Slack ex D'Amato}]
P: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:85 (1986)
S: =[Sarracenia ?]
B: A.Slack, Somerset, before 1986
Nominant: A.Slack
Registrant: P.F.Gardner, Marston Exotics, Brampton Lane, Madley, Hereford, HR2 9LX, England, 1. 9. 1998
HC: Registered 11. 10. 2002 {JS}
Description: Savage Garden:95 (1998)
"The pitchers are tall and narrow, with a ruffled lid and mottling around the mouth."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:105 (2000) {B.Rice}
Etymology: after Lynda Butt, who worked at Adrian Slack's nursery
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Margie Flowers ' {P.Sheridan}]
P: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:21 (2009)
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea var. burkii {Schnell}]]
Introducer: P.Sheridan, from W Fla., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}]
HC: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:21 (2009)
"this complex cross of [Sarracenia flava {L.}] and [Sarracenia rosea {Naczi, F.W.Case & R.B.Case}] was originally discovered in a cow pasture in western Florida. The site has since been destroyed and this hybrid is notable for the unique mauve flowers."
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:21 (2009)
Etymology: after Margie Sheridan
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Marston Clone ' {Hort.Slack}]
P: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:81 (1986)
S: =[[Sarracenia flava var. maxima {Hort.Bull ex Mast.}] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]
B: A.Slack, Somerset, before 1986
Nominant: A.Slack
Registrant: A.Slack & P.F.Gardner, Marston Exotics, Brampton Lane, Madley, Hereford, HR2 9LX, England, 1. 9. 1998
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia moorei {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
HC: Registered 10. 10. 2002 {JS}; alternatively called [Sarracenia ' Marston Select ' {Hort.Slack}] in trade lists (pers. comm., Michael King, 2002)
Description: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:81 (1986)
"Its (of [Sarracenia moorei {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]) pitchers are part green with whitish dappling in the hood, while the flowers vary in the seedlings from reddish orange to peach. When using [Sarracenia flava var. maxima {Hort.Bull ex Mast.}] as one parent I selected one particularly fine seedling and call its progeny [Sarracenia ' Marston Clone ' {Hort.Slack}]. It has all the vigour and size of [Sarracenia flava var. maxima {Hort.Bull ex Mast.}] both in pitcher and flower, but the flower is a lovely shade of pale orange, reminding one of the harvest moon, while the hood is well mottled in whitish green."
Standard: http://www.mikeking64.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/ssar/thumbnails/gallery/img_s%20x%20'marston%20select',h8.html {Michael King}
Etymology: after the originator's establishment Marston Exotics, Somerset, England
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Marston Dwarf ' {Hort.Slack}]
P: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:72 (1986)
S: =[Sarracenia flava var. ornata {Hort.Bull ex Mast.}]
Introducer: A.Slack
Nominant: A.Slack
Registrant: A.Slack
HC: registration preliminary (standard missing)
Description: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:72 (1986)
"The variety (sic!) [Sarracenia ' Marston Dwarf ' {Hort.Slack}] is of my own selection and has heavily veined pitchers seldom exceeding 31 cm (12 inches) in height. It soon forms clumps, and is a useful and attractive plant for small sunny windows."
Propagation: vegetative division
Etymology: after the introducer's establishment Marston Exotics, Somerset, England, and the small size of the plants
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Marston Mill ' {Hort.Slack ex Cheek}]
P: Carniv.Pl.:175 (1979)
S: =[[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]] * [Sarracenia flava {L.}]]
B: T.Heneage & A.Slack
Nominant: A.Slack
Registrant: A.Slack & M.Cheek
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia 'Rosamund Pollock ' {Hort.Bruce ex F.Waracek}]
HC: registration preliminary (standard missing); possibly lost to cultivation
Description: Carniv.Pl.Trading Cat.:2 (1990)
"selected by Timothy Heneage & Adrian for the beautiful red flowers & attractive pitchers."
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Matoaka ' {P.Sheridan}]
P: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:30 (2009)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia rubra subsp. wherryi {(Case & Case) Schnell}]]
B: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia farnhamii {Hort.Farnham}]
HC: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:30 (2009)
"'Matoaka' means 'little snow feather' and was the name commonly used by Pocahontas (Pocahontas was a private name rarely used in public). This beautiful cross of [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] and [Sarracenia alabamensis subsp. wherryi {Case & Case}] has a soft pubescence covering the exterior of the pitcher. The upper portion of the leaf is speckled with small white windows interwoven with purple veins."
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:30 (2009)
Etymology: after beauty of plant
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Melissa Mazur ' {P.Wilson}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Soc.J.(UK) 27:42 (2005)
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea var. burkii {Schnell}]
B: P.Wilson, ca. 1995
Nominant: P.Wilson, Martock, UK
Registrant: P.Wilson, 26. 9. 2005
HC: Registered 14. 11. 2005 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Soc.J.(UK) 27:42 (2005)
"[Sarracenia ' Melissa Mazur ' {P.Wilson}] has pitchers with no visible veining either inside or outside. When newly opened, the pitchers are coloured a beautifully delicate shade of coral pink. Later, as the pitchers age the pink colour fades to a more overall green colour with whitish and sometimes pinkish areas. During the cold winter months darker pink patches sometimes appear on the pitchers. The pitchers are mostly retained through the winter in all but the coldest climates. The flowers are especially beautiful. The petals are a very delicate shade of pale pink and are unscented."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Soc.J.(UK) 27:43 (2005)
Propagation: asexually only
Etymology: after the wife of Carl Mazur, who supplied the seeds from which the cultivar was grown and selected
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Miss Hyroko ' {Hort.Bot.Tuebingen}]
P: in sched. (1985)
S: =?[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
C: ?later synonym of [Sarracenia mitchelliana {Hort.S.G.}]
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Moore's Melody ' {Mellichamp & Gardner}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:40 (1987)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v16n2p39_42.html#melody
S: =[[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] * [Sarracenia purpurea var. burkii {Schnell}]]
Introducer: J.C.Moore sr., Mobile, 1985
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
Registrant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia exornata {Hort.S.G.}]
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:40 (1987)
"This large, robust plant was collected in the wild in southeastern Mississippi in 1985 by Mr. J.C.Moore, Sr. of Mobile, Alabama and sent to Larry Mellichamp at UNCC. We have named the cultivar after the musically talented collector who has been very instrumental in discovering unusual pitcher plants in the Mobile area. The plant appears to be a hybrid between [Sarracenia alata {Wood}] and [Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa {(Raf.) Wherry}] (undoubtedly the "Louis Burk" pink-flowered form ([Sarracenia purpurea var. burkii {Schnell}])), both of which grow in the vicinity but do not hybridize commonly. Stout, firm-textured pitchers about 6-9" high are produced throughout the growing season. They taper gradually from bottom to top to produce a broad cone with very wide slightly wavy-margined erect hoods. As the pitchers grow and mature they show various colors. The colors are intricate and subtle, yet rich and interesting with predominately maroons and oranges as a background for dark red veins. There are no aereolae (sic!) (or light windows) evident as there would be if [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] were involved in the hybrid. The flower is also very large and attractive, somewhat orange-pink in color. We have already used this cultivar in cross-pollination with other attractive specimens. The most important feature of this hybrid is the fact that the pitchers remain fully intact and colorful throughout the winter in an unheated greenhouse where temperatures occasionally go just below freezing. Since most Sarracenias die down in winter, we believe this is an interesting characteristic to use in breeding plants that look good year around. So far the plant appears vigorous, and it looks like it is going to become even larger."
Standard: from SE Miss. (UNCC), Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:29 (1987)
Propagation: rhizome division
Etymology: after the musically talented collector
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Mountain Splendor ' {J.Dallas}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:79 (2010)
S: =[[Sarracenia oreophila {(Kearney) Wherry}] * [Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii {(Wherry) Wherry}]]
B: J.Dallas, Eagle Creek, OR, US, 5. 1999
Nominant: J.Dallas, 28. 5. 2007
Registrant: J.Dallas, 17. 6. 2010
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia ' Triple Rarity ' {J.Hummer}]
HC: Registered 4. 10. 2010 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:79 (2010)
"Its subtle colorations, profusion of flowers, and stately stature truly make it a splendor to behold.
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:79 (2010)
Propagation: vegetative division
Etymology: after the provenance of the parent taxa and the quality of the cultivar
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Mutt Lange ' {P.Sheridan}]
P: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:19 (2009)
S: =[[Sarracenia ?] * [Sarracenia ?]]
B: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
HC: name not established (insufficient description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:19 (2009)
"A complex cross."
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:19 (2009)
Etymology: after Shania Twain's ex-husband
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Nagamoto ' {Hort. ex Kurata}]
P: Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:126 (2003)
S: =[[Sarracenia ?] * [Sarracenia ?]]
Nominant: Japan, before 2003
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Description: none published
Standard: Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:126 (2003)
Etymology: unknown
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Night ' {Cahill}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.36:55 (2007)
S: =[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]
B: J.Brittnacher, University of California, Davis, CA, USA, 2002 from seed collected in Stone Co., Miss.
Nominant: T.Cahill, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ, USA, 4. 2006
Registrant: T.Cahill, 1. 6. 2006
HC: Registered 30. 7. 2007 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.36:55 (2007)
"[Sarracenia ' Night ' {Cahill}] is a tall and vigorous clone. At the time of description (and photograph), the tallest pitcher was 74 cm high (29"), which makes it the tallest of the [Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] plants at the Botanical Conservatory at the University of California, Davis. The underside of the hood and pitcher throat are effectively black in mature pitchers, and the exterior of the upper 1/3rd of the pitcher tube is deep red. This clone produces copious amounts of nectar on the pitcher column, and in sunlight the droplets sparkle against the black throat giving the impression of stars twinkling in the night sky, which provided the inspiration for the cultivar name.
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.36:56 (2007)
Etymology: after black throat of pitchers
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Nikko ' {Kusakabe ex Hinode-Kadan}]
P: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:5 (1985)
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa {(Raf.) Wherry}]
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' North ' {P.Sheridan}]
P: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:24 (2009)
S: =[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea var. burkii {Schnell}]]
B: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
C: simultaneous synonym of [Sarracenia ' South ' {P.Sheridan}], priority for varietal parentage but no variety name published
HC: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:24 (2009)
"We crossed northern [Sarracenia purpurea f. heterophylla {(Eaton) Fern.}] with a normal colored [Sarracenia rosea {Naczi, F.W.Case & R.B.Case}] from western Florida and obtained progeny that were red and anthocyanin-free green. The outcome was not a surprise, and was pedicted by us, since the population of [Sarracenia rosea {Naczi, F.W.Case & R.B.Case}] contained anthocyanin free plants and heterozygous plants were present in the population. Progeny are red and green in color with no intermediates. The flower color of [Sarracenia ' North ' {P.Sheridan}] is exceptional in that the flower is almost white while [Sarracenia ' South ' {P.Sheridan}] is a delightful pink."
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:24 (2009)
Etymology: after the northern (homozygous, anthocyanin-free) parent of the hybrid
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Ohedo ' {Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan}]
P: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
S: =?[[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia flava {L.}]] * [Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]]
B: Toyoda
C: ?later synonym of [Sarracenia ' Asahinishiki ' {Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan}]
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Okee Giant ' {D'Amato}]
P: Savage Garden:85 (1998)
S: =[Sarracenia minor var. okefenokeensis {Schnell}]
Introducer: P.D'Amato, from Okefenokee Swamp, S Ga., US
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 1998
HC: Registered 11. 6. 1999 {JS}
Description: Savage Garden:85 (1998)
"Hooded pitcher plants are mildly variable over their range. (...) The exception are plants from the Okefenokee Swamp in southern Georgia. Here, often growing on floating mats of sphagnum moss, the plants can attain a startling size of 1-1.3 m (three or four feet) in height. In cultivation, [Sarracenia ' Okee Giant ' {D'Amato}], as it is called, more commonly reaches a still impressive height of 76-91 cm (thirty to thirty-six inches)."
Standard: Savage Garden:12 (1998)
Etymology: after the provenience and the size of the plant
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Opawa Emperor ' {M.Gilson}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:56 (2009)
S: =[Sarracenia flava var. cuprea {Schnell}]
B: M.Gilson, Christchurch, NZ, 1984
Nominant: M.Gilson
Registrant: M.Gilson, 7. 8. 2008
HC: Registered 30. 7. 2009 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:56 (2009)
"[Sarracenia ' Opawa Emperor ' {M.Gilson}] is a superb form of [Sarracenia flava var. cuprea {Schnell}] with prominent red veining and an elegant pitcher shape (see Figure 4). This particular plant has been in my collection for over 20 years where it dominates the collection due to its sheer size and unique characteristics.
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:58 & 64 (back cover) (2009)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: after the location of originator and regal and majestic stature of plant
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Orange Fire ' {C.Azais}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:39 (2010)
S: =[[Sarracenia ?] * [Sarracenia ?]]
Introducer: G.Bachert, from a garden center, DE, 2005
Nominant: C.Azais, Marcellus, FR
Registrant: C.Azais, 19. 11. 2009
HC: Registered 28. 7. 2010 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:39 (2010)
"At the beginning of the growing season the pitcher tube has some orange veins and a copper red lid. As the season progresses, the new pitchers become a very intense orange, like fire. For this reason, we named it [Sarracenia ' Orange Fire ' {C.Azais}]. The pitcher tubes are of medium size, 40 to 50 cm tall. The flower is yellow/red."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:39 (2010)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after colouration of pitchers in late season
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Powhatan ' {P.Sheridan}]
P: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:30 (2009)
S: =[Sarracenia flava {L.}]
B: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
HC: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:30 (2009)
"This bold, solid clone reflects the power and pride of chief Powhatan. The flower is yellow, typical of normal yellow pitcher plant [Sarracenia flava {L.}]. The red color of the foliage is best developed under intense, sunny conditions. Powhatan was the ruler of the Algonquin tribe that occupied central Virginia when the colonists arrived in 1607."
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:30 (2009)
Etymology: after stature of plant
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Premysl Otakar I ' {M.Srba}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:40 (2010)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [[Sarracenia purpurea {L.)] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]]
B: M.Srba, Chomutov, CZ, 23. 8. 1999
Nominant: M.Srba
Registrant: M.Srba, 1. 2. 2010
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia mitchelliana {Hort.S.G.}]
HC: Registered 28. 7. 2010 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:40 (2010)
"The cultivar's pitchers are 50 \u2013 60 cm tall, and 4 \u2013 5 cm wide in their upper part. The lid is about two times broader than the tube, with a maximum observed width of 10 cm. The lid is upright, flat and semicircular in shape. The margin of the lid is fine undulated, similar to [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]. The most outstanding quality of [Sarracenia ' Premysl Otakar I ' {M.Srba}] is its intense and contrasting colouration. The upper part of the pitchers is red-violet with remarkably strong veining that is an extremely deep maroon similar to the colour of black cherries. White fenestrations contrast gorgeously with the maroon venation. The flower is similar to that of [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] in shape and colour."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:33 (Front Cover) & 40 (2010)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after features (first, tall, slender, and gorgeous) common to the Czech king and the cultivar
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Purple Helmet ' {P.Sheridan}]
P: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:11 (2009)
S: =[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]
B: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
HC: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:11 (2009)
"An interesting cultivar characterized by intense purple under the hood."
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:11 (2009)
Etymology: after coloration of pitcher hood
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Red and White ' {D'Amato}]
P: Savage Garden:82 (1998)
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
Introducer: P.D'Amato
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 1998
Registrant: P.D'Amato, 31. 8. 2011
HC: Registered 30. 12. 2011 {JS}
Description: Savage Garden:82 (1998)
"There are color differences as well in the veins - from green to the darkest burgundy. Hence plants may be given nicknames to describe them, from [Sarracenia ' Green and White ' {D'Amato}] to typical [Sarracenia ' Red and White ' {D'Amato}]."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:139 (fig. 6) (2011)
Etymology: after the colour of the leaf
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Red Flame ' {P.Sheridan}]
P: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:18 (2009)
S: =?[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea var. burkii {Schnell}]]]
B: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
C: ?later synonym of [Sarracenia mitchelliana {Hort.S.G.}]
HC: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:18 (2009)
"A striking backcross of [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] and [Sarracenia rosea {Naczi, F.W.Case & R.B.Case}]."
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:18 (2009)
Etymology: after coloration of pitcher
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Red Lid ' {J. & J.Ainsworth}]
P: Sarracenia:20 (1996)
S: =[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]
Introducer: J. & J.Ainsworth
Nominant: J. & J.Ainsworth
HC: name not registered with ICRA (standard missing)
Description: Sarracenia:20 (1996)
"In another form (sic!), referred to as [Sarracenia ' Red Lid ' {J. & J.Ainsworth}], the interior of the hood develops a wide red edge making it most distinctive. This feature appears to be carried through to its hybrids."
Etymology: after the colour of the pitcher lid
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Red Rocket ' {P.Sheridan}]
P: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:28 (2009)
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
B: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}]
HC: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:28 (2009)
"[Sarracenia ' Red Rocket ' {P.Sheridan}] is a cross between [Sarracenia flava {L.}] and [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] that is almost completely red from head to toe. The leaves are very hard and waxy."
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:28 (2009)
Etymology: after pitcher color and shape
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Red Ruffles ' {D'Amato}]
P: Savage Garden:76 (1998)
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa {(Raf.) Wherry}]
Introducer: D.Agnostinelli, CSU, Sacramento
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 1998
HC: Registered 11. 6. 1999 {JS}
Description: Savage Garden:76 (1998)
"To my knowledge, the only cultivar (of [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}) in existence is [Sarracenia ' Red Ruffles ' {D'Amato}]. This plant produces short, squat, maroon leaves that are almost held upright by the leaf petiole, and have a highly undulate collar. [Sarracenia ' Red Ruffles ' {D'Amato}] is also known to produce numerous offshoots over time, developing dense clumps of pitchers. It is my own selection from a plant given to me by Don Angostinelli of California State University in Sacramento."
Standard: Savage Garden:96 (1998)
Etymology: after the colour and shape of the pitcher lid
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Red Throat ' {T.Camilleri}]
P: Carniv.Pl.:39 (1998)
S: =[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Red Tube ' {auct. non D'Amato: J. & J.Ainsworth}]
P: Sarracenia:45 (1996)
S: =[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]
HC: unacceptable homonym of [Sarracenia ' Red Tube ' {D'Amato}], possibly a misprint of [Sarracenia ' Black Tube ' {J. & J.Ainsworth}]
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Red Tube ' {D'Amato}]
P: Savage Garden:79 (1998)
S: =[Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora {Schnell}]
Introducer: P.D'Amato, from Florida panhandle
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 1998
HC: name not established, epithet illegitimate (later synonym of [Sarracenia ' Burgundy ' {Hort.Slack}])
Description: Savage Garden:79 (1998)
"This popular variety comes from the Florida panhandle. The exterior tube is richly red in color, while the lip, throat, and lid are green with red veins. Sometimes much of the lid is reddish as well. The color temporarily fades when the plant is moved, or may fade in the season. Com- monly called [Sarracenia ' Burgundy ' {Hort.Slack}] in England, by Adrian Slack, and [Sarracenia flava var. atropurpurea {(Hort.Bull) Bell}] in the United States."
Standard: Savage Garden:78 (1998)
Etymology: after the colour of the leaf
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Red Velvet ' {P.Sheridan}]
P: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:28 (2009)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia flava {L.}]]
B: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia moorei {Hort.Moore ex Mast.}]
HC: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:28 (2009)
"An =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia flava {L.}]] cross with red petals that feel like velvet."
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:28 (2009)
Etymology: after petal color and texture
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Red Viper ' {P.Sheridan}]
P: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:25 (2009)
S: =[[Sarracenia ?] * [Sarracenia ?]]
B: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
HC: name not established (insufficient description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:25 (2009)
"A secret cross by our genetics experts."
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:25 (2009)
Etymology: after pitcher coloration
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Reptilian Rose ' {T.H.Wyman}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:12 (2009)
S: =[[Sarracenia oreophila {(Kearney) Wherry}] * [[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]]
B: P.Faulisi, 5. 2000
Nominant: T.H.Wyman, Stone Mountain, Ga., US, 5. 2004
Registrant: T.H.Wyman, 2. 12. 2008
C: priority for parentage
HC: Registered 10. 5. 2009 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:12 (2009)
"Pitchers of this plant typically grow 71-86 cm (28-34 inches) in height with a large flaring hood. The early spring pitchers of this plant tend to be more robust, attaining greater size and colouration than pitchers put out later in the season. The pitchers of this plant have inherited the heavy venation from their Sand Mountain [Sarracenia oreophila {(Kearney} Wherry}] parent displaying the trait as the pitchers develop and first open. As the pitcher ages it develops an over all beautiful pinkish-rose colouration. Another characteristic of this plant is that the nectar roll often puckers up in places, creating an almost fanged appearance. This plant commonly produces phyllodia in the fall that are moderately curved in the manner of [Sarracenia oreophila {(Kearney} Wherry}]. The blooms on this plant open a vibrant yellow with a few red markings at their base. Over the course of about a week the petals develop an apricot-orange hue. One thing that we (THW and PF) have both noticed is that the blooms on this plant will occasionally be malformed such that their parts are produced in threes and fours, instead of the usual five. This malformation does not appear to affect the fertility of the specific bloom as both of us have produced seed from such malformed blooms."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:14 (2009)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: after lizard-skin like veining pattern of throat and inner hood and fragrance of hood and rose colour of mature pitchers
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Robin Louise ' {J. & P.Pietropaolo}]
P: Carniv.Pl.of the World:34 (1986)
S: =[[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] * [Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]]
B: ?J. & P.Pietropaolo, before 1986
C: priority for parentage
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP), priority for parentage
Etymology: after a person to whom the book by J. & P.Pietropaolo is dedicated
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Rosamund Pollock ' {Hort.Bruce ex F.Waracek}]
P: Gartenwelt 18:87 (1914)
S: =[[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia flava {L.}]] * [[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]]
B: F.Moore, Glasnevin, before 1914, ex cult. Manchester (A.J.Bruce 1914)
C: priority for parentage
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Standard: Gartenwelt 18:85 (1914)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Royal Ruby ' {T.H.Wyman}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:13 (2009)
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]
Introducer: P.Faulisi, from N Fla., US, 1991
Nominant: P.Faulisi, US, 5. 2004
Registrant: T.H.Wyman, 2. 12. 2008
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia moorei {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
HC: Registered 10. 5. 2009 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:13 (2009)
"Even before the pitchers are fully developed and open they display a distinct pink flush that deepens as the pitcher matures. Overall the lower portion of the pitchers is coloured a deep olive-green while the upper portions are suffused in lush pink/red raspberry tones. The quality of this colour is best described as luminous or iridescent, and often makes clusters of pitchers appear to glow. Under intense light this raspberry colour can suffuse the upper three-fourths of the pitcher but more commonly it dominates the upper half to upper third of the pitcher. This plant shows a high degree of the [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] influence in the shape of the hood displaying significant ruffling. Likewise, fenestrations on the hood and upper regions of the pitcher expose the [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] influence in the cross. The pitchers of [Sarracenia ' Royal Ruby ' {T.H.Wyman}] typically grow 76-86 cm (30-34 inches) in height, but pitchers over 107 cm (42 inches) in height have been observed (PF). The flowers are bi-coloured, the petals being predominantly red with orange/yellow tips."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:15 (2009)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: after regal beauty of plant and colouration similar to Burmese rubies
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Ruby Throat ' {P.Sheridan}]
P: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:18 (2009)
S: =[[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]
B: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia areolata {Macf.}]
HC: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:18 (2009)
"A cross between [Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood] and [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]."
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:18 (2009)
Etymology: after coloration of pitcher throat
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Rudolf II ' {M.Srba}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:41 (2010)
S: =[[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.)] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]] * [Sarracenia minor var. okefenokeensis {Schnell}]]
B: M.Srba, Chomutov, CZ, 5. 1996
Nominant: M.Srba
Registrant: M.Srba, 1. 2. 2010
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia ' Genyu ' {Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan}]
HC: Registered 28. 7. 2010 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:41 (2010)
"The first spring pitchers on mature plants are about 70 cm tall. Later pitchers are 10 - 20 cm smaller, but are more robust and better coloured. The peristome can be 6 - 7 cm broad and the maximum width of the lid is 13.5 cm. The lid is shell-shaped, intensely veined, and fine-haired on the bottom side. Pitchers of plants well exposed to the sun become all red, except for the basal third which usually stays green. Fenestrations are concentrated on the posterior side of the pitcher, as in [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]; but the areoles are just smaller. Pitcher colour can change to a green surface with pinkl areoles during low light levels and cold stress during the winter. (...) The plants form well-coloured and remarkably robust pitcher-rich clumps.
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:41 (2010)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after features (tall, robust, clad in colours, and a little bit cockeyed) common to the emperor and the cultivar
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Sand Mountain ' {D'Amato}]
P: Savage Garden:95 (1998)
S: =[Sarracenia oreophila {(Kearney) Wherry}]
Introducer: P.D'Amato, from Sand Mountain, Ala., US
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 1998
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP), partially a later synonym of [Sarracenia ' Don Schnell ' {D'Amato}]
Etymology: after the provenience of the plant
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Sanguinea ' {Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan}]
P: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:5 (1985)
S: =[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]]
B: Kikuchi & Toyoda
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia courtii {Hort.Veitch ex Wilson}]
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP), Latin epithet (violating Art.19.13., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Sazareishi ' {Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan}]
P: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
S: =[[Sarracenia ?] * [Sarracenia ?]]
B: Tamari
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Scarlet Belle ' {Hanrahan}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.32:25 (2003)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v32n1p24_37.html#belle
S: =[[Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]
B: Bob Hanrahan, Carnivorous Plantation, Powder Springs, GA, USA, spring 1985
Nominant: Brian Hanrahan & J.Kruse, 7. 8. 2002
Registrant: Bob Hanrahan, 15. 11. 2002
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia wrigleyana {Hort.S.G.}]
HC: Registered 13. 5. 2003 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.32:25 (2003)
"I sought to offer a [Sarracenia {L.}] that would exhibit the best of the genus by having a striking combination of vivid colors, as well as being a plant that would grow rapidly, perform well in shade or bright sun, tolerate soil moisture levels ranging from very wet to almost dry, maintain a compact form for easier and less destructive transport, and have an abundance of firm, long lasting, and intriguingly shaped pitchers. I was able to develop this showstopper by combining [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] and [Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}] parents that fully met my design criteria. Only the single best plant from the progeny was selected for tissue culture replication.
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Schnell's Ghost ' {Cheek}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Trading Cat.:2 (1990)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v30n1p11_14.html#ghost
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
Introducer: D.E.Schnell, from Fla., US, 1972
Nominant: M.Cheek, Wembdon, Bridgwater, Somerset TA6 7PN, UK, 6. 1990
Registrant: P.Wilson, Martock, Somerset TA12 6HZ, UK, 4. 2. 2000
HC: Registered 5. 7. 2001 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Trading Cat.:2 (1990)
"This clone has yellow flowers & the pitchers entirely lack red pigment except before they open when flushed with salmon, & when senescing, and intermittentliy & sparsely inside the pitcher a few fine purple veins occur. The lids are 98% white with only a few green veins."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:12 (2001)
Etymology: after the introducer, Donald E. Schnell, and the colour of the pitchers
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Seiran ' {Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan}]
P: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia ?]]
B: Toyoda
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Seiunkaku ' {Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan}]
P: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
S: =?[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia flava {L.}]]
B: Toyoda
C: ?later synonym of [Sarracenia moorei {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Seurat ' {J.Lechtman}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:136 (2011)
S: =[[[Sarracenia minor {Walt.}] * [Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]] * [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]]
B: J.Northrop sr., before 5. 1996
Nominant: J.Lechtman, Vienna, Va., USA, 2011
Registrant: J.Lechtman, 5. 9. 2011
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia formosa {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
HC: Registered 30. 12. 2011 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:136 (2011)
"[Sarracenia ' Seurat ' {J.Lechtman}] is notable primarily for
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:136 (fig. 1) (2011)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: after pink pitcher areoles, reminiscent of the technique of pointillism by G.Seurat (1886)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Shiun ' {Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan}]
P: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
S: =?[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia flava {L.}]]
B: Toyoda
C: ?later synonym of [Sarracenia moorei {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Short Pitcher ' {T.Camilleri}]
P: Carniv.Pl.:39 (1998)
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Snorkle ' {Mellichamp & Gardner}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.27:38 (1998)
S: =[[Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}] * ?[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
B: W.Stoutamire, NCBG, prior to 1985
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
C: ?later synonym of [Sarracenia courtii {Hort.Veitch ex Wilson}]
HC: name not registered with ICRA (standard missing)
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.:38 (1998)
"The pitchers are shaped like a simple smoking pipe lying flat on the ground with the bowl end turned up. The pitchers are uniformly deep red, and up to 15 cm (6 inches) long."
Etymology: after shape of pitchers
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Snowflake ' {P.Sheridan}]
P: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:20 (2009)
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia ?]
B: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
HC: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:20 (2009)
"This delightful hybrid has a fluorescent green background with speckles of white. When you look at the hood of the leaf from above the aspect is reminiscent of a snowflake, hence the name. [Sarracenia ' Snowflake ' {P.Sheridan}] is a vigorous divider and winter hardy since one of the parents is a yellow pitcher plant [Sarracenia flava {L.}] from Virginia. Flowers are a pink-orange blush."
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:20 (2009)
Etymology: after shape of pitcher lid
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Sorrow ' {Studnicka}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.33:83 (2004)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v33n3p83_89.html#sorrow
S: =[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]
B: M.Studnicka, Bot.Gard. Liberec, Czech Republic, 1979, from seed obtained from a commercial source located in Miami, USA
Nominant: M.Studnicka
Registrant: M.Studnicka, 7. 7. 2003
HC: Registered 30. 12. 2004 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.33:83 (2004)
"Among the various resulting seedlings, I observed a partially albinotic mutant plant and selected it for further observation. In morphology, the plant is identical to normal [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] typically encountered in the wild and in collections, but there are spectacular differences in its pigmentation. The pitchers are pale green (in strong sun, rather yellowish), with a prominent cross-like purple sign on the inner surface of the lid, just over the pitcher opening. Flowers are creamy white, in juvenile stage faintly pinkish. Despite these peculiar characteristics, I do not believe the plant is a hybrid."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.33:85-86 (2004)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: in memoriam M.Studnicka jun., the originator's son
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N: $[Sarracenia ' South ' {P.Sheridan}]
P: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:24 (2009)
S: =[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea var. burkii {Schnell}]]
B: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
C: simultaneous synonym of [Sarracenia ' North ' {P.Sheridan}], priority for varietal parentage but no variety name published
HC: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:24 (2009)
"We crossed northern [Sarracenia purpurea f. heterophylla {(Eaton) Fern.}] with a normal colored [Sarracenia rosea {Naczi, F.W.Case & R.B.Case}] from western Florida and obtained progeny that were red and anthocyanin-free green. The outcome was not a surprise, and was pedicted by us, since the population of [Sarracenia rosea {Naczi, F.W.Case & R.B.Case}] contained anthocyanin free plants and heterozygous plants were present in the population. Progeny are red and green in color with no intermediates. The flower color of [Sarracenia ' North ' {P.Sheridan}] is exceptional in that the flower is almost white while [Sarracenia ' South ' {P.Sheridan}] is a delightful pink."
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:24 (2009)
Etymology: after the southern (heterozygous, pigmented) parent of the hybrid
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Spatter Pattern ' {D'Amato}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:47 (2000)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v29n2p46_48.html#spatter
S: =?[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia rubra {Walt.}] * [Sarracenia ?]]
B: P.D'Amato, California Carnivores, Forestville, USA
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 1999
Registrant: P.D'Amato, 15. 1. 2000
HC: Registered 4. 7. 2000 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:47 (2000)
"Its very narrow, upright trumpets average 38 cm (15 inches) tall and less than 2.5 cm (1 inch) at the mouth. The tumpets have a very slight bulge centered 5 cm (2 inches) below the mouth lip (at least on full-sized pitchers). The ala is largest on the lower half of the pitcher, and is less than 1 cm (.5 inch) wide. The lid (finely hairy underneath) is inclined upwards, and flares to slightly wider than the width of the mouth. Its margins are undulate. The upper parts of the pitcher, including the lid, have a white background that is heavily veined red and laced with red-orange. Travelling down the pitcher tube, the red venation becomes even stronger and the dominant color. Below that, the lower half of each pitcher tube is dominated by green. The flowers are medium-sized with red petals up to 5 cm (2 inches) long. The scapes are up to 50 cm (20 inches) long."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:48 (2000)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: from a term used in criminal forensics, indicating a spray of blood used as evidence in a violent crime
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Sultry Maid ' {D'Amato}]
P: Savage Garden:97 (1998)
S: =[[Sarracenia ?] * [Sarracenia ?]]
B: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner, NCU, Chapel Hill
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
HC: not registered with ICRA (originator's consent missing)
Description: Savage Garden:97 (1998)
"The narrow green pitchers are topped with a broad, flattened, wavy lid heavily mottled in green, white, and red."
Standard: Savage Garden:97 (1998)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Sun Warrior ' {Mellichamp & Gardner}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:40 (1987)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v16n2p39_42.html#warrior
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
Introducer: R.Gardner, North Carolina Botanical Garden, Chapel Hill, before 1983
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
Registrant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia catesbaei {Elliott}]
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:40 (1987)
"A selection of the well-known hybrid between [Sarracenia flava {L.}] and [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]. It originated as a seedling from open-pollinated parents (presumably of wild North Carolina specimens) at the North Carolina Botanical Garden (NCBG) before 1983. The plant has made several leads and has retained its compact size while producing new leaves 6-7" high throughout the season. They do not last well into the winter, however. The pitchers have richly colored red tubes and the hood is distinctly red-veined. The throat is especially dadrk red. The flowers have not been seen."
Standard: presumably from NC. (UNCC), Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:41 (1987)
Propagation: rhizome division
Etymology: from red veined colouration of pitchers
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Super Green Giant ' {J.Hummer}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:114 (2001)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v30n4p111_116.html#giant
S: =[[[Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}] * [Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii {(Wherry) Wherry}]] * [Sarracenia rubra subsp. gulfensis {Schnell}]]
B: J.Hummer, Arlington, VA, USA, 1990's
Nominant: J.Hummer, 18. 11. 1999
Registrant: J.Hummer, 18. 11. 1999
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia gilpinii {Bell & Case}]
HC: Registered 28. 2. 2002 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:114 (2001)
"This [[[Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}] * [Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii {(Wherry) Wherry}]] * [Sarracenia rubra subsp. gulfensis {Schnell}]] is notable because all of its parent plants are anthocyanin-free. The plant is entirely anthocyanin-free, a roust grower, and upright. The hood is convex with a rounded appearance. The pitcher leaves are gently curving, and areolae are present on the rear upper third of the pitcher leaf. Pitcher leaves are 20-30 cm (8-12 inches) or more in height. The flower petals are green."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:113 (2001)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after the large size and green colour of the plant
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Suspicion ' {Selwyn}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.36:53 (2007)
S: =[Sarracenia flava {L.}]
B: S.Locke, UK, by selfing a [Sarracenia flava {L.}] clone from A.Slack, 1989
Nominant: A.M.Selwyn, Holybourne, Hampshire, UK, 8. 2. 2007
Registrant: A.M.Selwyn, 9. 2. 2007
HC: Registered 30. 7. 2007 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.36:55 (2007)
"At first glance, [Sarracenia ' Suspicion ' {Selwyn}] may appear to be a clone of [Sarracenia flava var. maxima {Hort.Bull ex Mast.}]. On closer inspection the plant is revealed to be in fact an anthocyanin-free [Sarracenia flava {L.}] clone that is wholly devoid of any anthocyanin induced red colouration, even when grown under conditions of intense, direct sunshine. There is no red colouration evident in any parts of the plant, including cladophylls and rhizome. Nor does the plant display spots of red discolouration when damaged, as is normally the case in [Sarracenia {L.}].
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.36:33(cover) (2007)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: as an allusion to envy, which is often signified by the colour green
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Sweet William ' {T.Bailey}]
P: Pl.Carniv.32(2):36 (2010)
S: =[[Sarracenia ?] * [Sarracenia ?]]
B: T.Bailey, Wellington, UK, 1998
Nominant: T.Bailey
Registrant: T.Bailey, Autumn 2010
HC: Registered 29. 12. 2010 {JS}
Description: Pl.Carniv.32(2):36 (2010)
"[Sarracenia ' Sweet William ' {T.Bailey}] (...) is a modestly vigorous hybrid. The pitchers are erect and semi-rigid - with similarities to [Sarracenia excellens {Hort.S.G.}] in that respect - reaching a height of 55 cm, with a semi-pronounced (up to 1.5 cm) ala.
Standard: Pl.Carniv.32(2):36 (2010)
Etymology: after originator's second eldest son
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Tapestry ' {K.Oudean}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:56 (2009)
S: =[[[Sarracenia oreophila {(Kearney) Wherry}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]
B: K.Oudean, Snohomish, WA, US, 6. 1996
Nominant: K.Oudean, 9. 1998
Registrant: K.Oudean, 5. 12. 2008
C: priority for parentage
HC: Registered 30. 7. 2009 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:56 (2009) "The young leaves of [Sarracenia ' Tapestry ' {K.Oudean}] are green. The oversized ruffled hood and upper pitcher tube are liberally patterned with red veins and white areoles. The pitcher throat, lip and pronounced lip-spout are dark red with a red line extending from the spout down the entire length of the tube. As leaves age, reds become deeper and the deep red throat and lip become red-black.
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:58 (2009)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: after plants resembling an abstract tapestry, woven with luxurious color and intricate pattern
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Tarnok ' {R.Determann & Groves}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.22:108 (1993)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v22n4p107_108.html
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
Introducer: C.Tarnok, 1973, from Perdido region, Baldwin Co., Ala., US
Nominant: R.Determann & M.Groves
Registrant: R.Determann, Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta, GA 30357, USA & M.Groves, Kew Gardens, Surrey TW9 3AB, England
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.22:108 (1993)
"Pitcher colour, size and shape are typical for this species. the flower exhibits a proliferation of tepals (undifferentiated petals and sepals) arranged in whorls. The outermost whorls of tepals display less mutation than the innermost whorls. The innermost whorls, which are normally represented by the style umbrella and stamens, are highly mutated, often fused with separate ovaries and have deeply incised v-shaped stigmatic clefts. The stigmatic lobe is often missing or is found attached to reduced or modified tepals which resemble filamentous stalks. The tepals are green in colour at the base, gradually changing to a deep red/maroon and are persistent throughout the growing season."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.22:107 (1993)
Propagation: micropropagation (and other)
Etymology: in honour of Mr.Coleman Tarnok who discovered this cultivar
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Tatsunami ' {Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan}]
P: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
S: =[[[[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]] * [[Sarracenia purpurea {L.}] * [Sarracenia minor {Walt.}]]] * [Sarracenia psittacina {Michx.}]]
B: M.Kondo, Nagoya
C: priority for parentage
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Standard: Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:126 (2003)
Etymology: unknown
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Tattletale Delegation ' {Mellichamp & Gardner}]
P: Public Garden 9:46 (1994)
S: =[[Sarracenia ?] * [Sarracenia ?]]
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP), standard missing
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Tornado ' {R.Sacilotto}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.31:40 (2002)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v31n2p40-42.html#tornado
S: =[[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]] * [Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood]] * [Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]]
B: R.Sacilotto, Botanique Nursery, Standardsville, USA, 5. 1983
Nominant: R.Sacilotto, 11. 1989
Registrant: R.Sacilotto, 21. 12. 2001
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia ' Kyonishiki ' {Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan}]
HC: Registered 29. 7. 2002 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.31:40 (2002)
"[Sarracenia 'Tornado' {R.Sacilotto}] pitchers emerge green, flushed with red and red veins and showing white and pink spots. The pitchers quickly become nearly black-red, without the irregular coloration problems found in many [Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] clones. The upper one half to two thirds of each pitcher matures essentially all black-red without noticeable contrasting venation. The dark red color mixes with green in the lower section, then quickly becomes nearly all green at the bottom of the leaf. Many pitchers are produced throughout the season, each being somewhat flattened, along the front to rear centerlines. This creates an oval cross section, near the mouth. Mature pitcher height is about 61-66 cm (24-26 inches). A dark red lid covers the wide, slightly pouched pitchers and inhibits rain entry and breakage; this lid is usually reniform and can reach 9 cm (3.5 inches) across on taller pitchers. Flower petals are pink. However, only one flower has been observed so far, due to several late-season frosts which damaged developing buds. The one flower was not particularly noteworthy, but future flowers will be examined to present a more detailed description."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.31:42 (2002)
Propagation: vegetative
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Tricia ' {J. & P.Pietropaolo}]
P: Carniv.Pl.of the World:34 (1986)
S: =[[Sarracenia flava {L.}] * [Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]]
B: ?J. & P.Pietropaolo, before 1986
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia alava {Hort.Westphal}] but the latter name not published validly
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Triple Rarity ' {J.Hummer}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.31:18 (2002)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v31n1p18.html
S: =[[[Sarracenia oreophila {(Kearney) Wherry}] * [Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii {(Wherry) Wherry}]] * [Sarracenia rubra subsp. alabamensis {(Case & Case) Schnell}]]
B: J.Hummer, Arlington, VA, USA, 10. 1993
Nominant: J.Hummer, 10. 2000
Registrant: J.Hummer, 24. 12. 2000
C: priority for parentage
HC: Registered 16. 5. 2002 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.31:18 (2002)
"This plant's peculiar hybrid ancestry is [[[Sarracenia oreophila {(Kearney) Wherry}] * [Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii {(Wherry) Wherry}]] * [Sarracenia rubra subsp. alabamensis {(Case & Case) Schnell}]]. The pitcher leaves are 30-40 cm (12-16 inches) tall, and are erect. The leaves are mostly green in overall tone, and have light green venation on the outer surface of the pitchers (see Front Cover). The venation is more prominent on the inner pitcher surface, especially near the pitcher opening. The pitcher lid is held close over the pitcher opening, and is weakly undulate. The best leaf development is in the late summer and fall. The flower petals are mostly bright crimson, but in areas can be washed with cream color."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.31:1 (2002) (Front Cover)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: to note the rarity (in the wild) of the parents of the cross
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Veinless ' {P.Sheridan}]
P: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:26 (2009)
S: =[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]
B: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
HC: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:26 (2009)
"A remarkable variant of [Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] that has no purple in leaf veins."
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:26 (2009)
Etymology: after (absent) pitcher vein coloration
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Vermillion ' {P.Sheridan}]
P: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:29 (2009)
S: =[[Sarracenia ?] * [Sarracenia ?]]
B: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
HC: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:29 (2009)
"the stunning color of this plant is complemented by the soft hairs on the upper portion of the hood."
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:29 (2009)
Etymology: after color of plant
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Victoria Morley ' {S.Morley}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Soc.J.(UK) 27:15 (2005)
PW: uk.geocities.com/garden_of_eden@btinternet.com/misc/SarraceniaVictoriaMorley_web.doc
S: =[[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]
B: S.Morley, 1986
Nominant: S.Morley, Fangfoss, York, England
Registrant: S.Morley, 23. 9. 2005
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia mitchelliana {Hort.S.G.}]
HC: Registered 14. 11. 2005 {JS}
Description: Sarracenia:20 (1996)
"Pitchers are upright and superficially similar to [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] in shape, but proportionally broader in the upper parts with an extremely large, wavy lid, and have a large, wide-lipped and pointed mouth, withe the front lip of the mouth turned down as much as 90\260. The lid can be twice as wide as the pitcher mouth, and is held almost horizontally, although on initial inspection it appears to be more upright due to the extremely frilly, upturned edges to the lid; late-season pitchers can have a more upright lid. Size-wise, pitchers are typically 35-45 cm high on mature plants, with lids up to 8 cm wide, and the pitcher mouth up to 4 cm wide. There is a small, but prominent, wing to each pitcher; the position of this wing can vary depending on whether the pitchers are early or late-season, but generally occupies the "middle third" of the pitcher, fading out and disappearing towards both the mouth and the base of the pitcher. Late-season pitchers tend to be a bit more stocky than early season ones, a trait it shares with its dominant [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] parentage.
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Soc.J.(UK) 27:15 (Fig.1) & 18 (Fig.2) (2005)
Etymology: after originator's wife
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Vintage Slack ' {P.D'Amato}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:117 (2000)
S: =[[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] * [Sarracenia purpurea {L.}]]
B: B.Hanrahan, "long ago" (before 2000)
Nominant: P.D'Amato, Forestville, Ca., USA, 31. 1. 2000
Registrant: P.D'Amato, 10. 5. 2000
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia mitchelliana {Hort.S.G.}]
HC: Registered 27. 8. 2006 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:117 (2000)
"This plant is a [Sarracenia mitchelliana {Hort.S.G.}] cross. This cultivar is similar to typical [Sarracenia mitchelliana {Hort.S.G.}] crosses, but has a particularly noteworthy feature: the collar and lid has a distinguishing white - rarely seen in similar hybrids. The pitcher tube is primarily green with whitish-pink fenestrations in the front upper part. The reduced ala is edged in red. The collar and lid are held upright, extremely frilly and bear abundant bristly hairs on the lower inner surface. The collar's yellow-green background is overwhelmed by burgundy veins and carmine-pink blotches that extend to the upper back of the pitcher tube. The pitchers are never more than 30 cm (12 inches) tall. The flower petals are red."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:117 (2000)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: after Adrian Slack, among other things a noted wine-enthusiast, and after colour of pitchers
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Wavy Lid ' {J. & J.Ainsworth}]
P: Sarracenia:20 (1996)
S: =[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}]
Introducer: J. & J.Ainsworth
Nominant: J. & J.Ainsworth
HC: name not registered with ICRA
Description: Sarracenia:20 (1996)
"Pitchers may attain a height of 75 cm although the [Sarracenia ' Wavy Lid ' {J. & J.Ainsworth}] form (sic!) is not so tall. (...) a form (sic!) with a wavy edge to the lid."
Standard: Sarracenia:21 (1996), (drawing only!)
Etymology: after the form of the pitcher lid
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N: $[Sarracenia ' White Knight ' {P.Sheridan}]
P: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:28 (2009)
S: =[[Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] * [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]]
B: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
C: later synonym of [Sarracenia areolata {Macf.}]
HC: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:28 (2009)
"A hybrid of [Sarracenia alata {(Wood) Wood}] and [Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}] notable for the white upper pitchers uncharacteristic of this species cross."
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:28 (2009)
Etymology: after upper pitcher coloration
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N: $[Sarracenia ' White Trumpet ' {J. & J.Ainsworth}]
P: Sarracenia:24 (1996)
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
Introducer: J. & J.Ainsworth
Nominant: J. & J.Ainsworth
HC: name not registered with ICRA
Description: Sarracenia:20 (1996)
"The only named form (sic!) commonly encountered is [Sarracenia ' White Trumpet ' {J. & J.Ainsworth}] in which the whole upper pitcher and hood has large white areas and slight, fine green netting. No pink flushing appears even late in the season. Not all plants offered are true to type."
Standard: Sarracenia:25 (1996), (drawing only!)
Etymology: after the colour of the pitcher
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N: $[Sarracenia ' Yellow Flower ' {T.Camilleri}]
P: Carniv.Pl.:39 (1998)
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Pinguicula ' Titan ' {L.Song}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:11 (2001)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v29n1p14_21.html#pirouette
S: =[[Pinguicula agnata {Casper}] * ?[Pinguicula macrophylla {H.B.K.}]]
B: L.Song, Jr., Fullerton, USA, 17. 7. 1987
Nominant: L.Song, Jr., approximately 1998
Registrant: B.Rice, Davis, USA, 20. 10. 1999
C: priority for parentage
HC: Registered 5. 7. 2001 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:11 (2001)
"At its largest, the leaves of [Pinguicula ' Titan ' {L.Song}] can exceed the confines of a 15 cm (six inch) pot! The leaves resemble the pollen parents, in having a longer and more pronounced petiole than the leaves of the seed parent. However, the flower shape definitely favors the seed parent, but the blue edges have been replaced with an even magenta glow. A slight fragrance is also evident. It forms a large subterranean hibernaculum, but has a relatively short dormant period. [Pinguicula ' Titan ' {L.Song}] is very vigorous and easy to grow. It survives on store shelves longer than all other carnivorous plants, flowering there even after Venus Flytraps, sundews, and [Sarracenia {L.}] have died."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:12 (2001)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: both to indicate the plants large size and to commemorate the nickname for California State University, Fullerton
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VN: ["North American pitcher plant" {}]
S: see Sarracenia
VN: ["Schlauchpflanze" {}]
S: see Sarracenia