International Carnivorous Plant Society

Carnivorous Plant Names Database

Registered Cultivars

This page lists cultivar names registered by the ICPS with the International Society for Horticultural Science. There may be cultivars published in CPN that have not had the name officially registered yet. For a complete list of cultivars published in CPN, please see the cultivar descriptions at cpn.carnivorousplants.org.

Select a Genus:

Byblis
Byblis

Cephalotus
Cephalotus

Darlingtonia
Darlingtonia

Dionaea
Dionaea

Drosera
Drosera

Heliamphora
Heliamphora

Nepenthes
Nepenthes

Pinguicula
Pinguicula

Sarracenia
Sarracenia

Utricularia
Utricularia

 
 
 
 

 

226 cultivars found for Sarracenia:

Sarracenia 'Abandoned Hope' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:46 (2000)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Abandoned Hope' D'Amato
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:46 (2000) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv29n2p46_48.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v29n2p46_48.html#hope
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia catesbaei Elliott
Synonym: =Sarracenia purpurea var. burkii Schnell * Sarracenia flava L.
Originator: P.D'Amato, California Carnivores, Forestville, USA, 1989
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 1994
Registrant: P.D'Amato, 15. 1. 2000
Horicultural comment: Registered 4. 7. 2000 {JS}
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
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."
Sarracenia 'Adesugata' Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:127 (2003)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Adesugata' Hort. ex Kurata
Publication: Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:127 (2003)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ?
Nominant: Japan, before 2003
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Standard: Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:127 (2003)
Etymology: unknown
Description: none published
Sarracenia 'Adrian Slack' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:116 (2000)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Adrian Slack' B.Hanrahan & B.Rice
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:116 (2000) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv29n4p116_122.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v29n4p116_122.html#adrian
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia moorei Hort.Moore ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: 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
Horicultural comment: Registered 29. 1. 2001 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:117 (2000)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: after the famous carnivorous plant breeder and author A.Slack
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."
Sarracenia 'Akebono' 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:5 (1985)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Akebono' Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan
Publication: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:5 (1985)
Comment: ?later synonym of Sarracenia moorei Hort.Veitch ex Mast.
Synonym: =?Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia flava L.
Originator: Toyoda
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Alicia' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:33 (2017)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Alicia' O.Bres
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:33 (2017)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia moorei Hort.Moore ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: C.Azais, FR, 2011
Nominant: O.Bres, Violes, FR
Registrant: O.Bres, 10. 11. 2016
Horicultural comment: Registered 13. 4. 2017 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:33 (2017)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after nominant's wife
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:33 (2017)
"The plant produces many pitchers in spring and again in autumn. The pitchers typically grow to a height of 70 cm. The opened pitchers show a beautiful pink and white color (Fig. 1). With time the high part of the pitchers become very dark pink."
Sarracenia 'All Green' Savage Garden:79 (1998)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'All Green' D'Amato
Publication: Savage Garden:79 (1998)
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava var. maxima W.Bull ex Mast.
Originator: P.D'Amato, from Carolina, US
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 1998
Horicultural comment: name not registered with ICRA, doubtfully acceptable (conflicting with Rec. 19.D.1., ICNCP), coextensive with [Sarracenia flava var. maxima {Hort.Bull ex Mast.}]
Etymology: after colour of leaves
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."
Sarracenia 'All Red' Savage Garden:79 (1998)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'All Red' D'Amato
Publication: Savage Garden:79 (1998)
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava var. atropurpurea (W.Bull ex Mast.) W.Bull ex W.Robinson
Originator: P.D'Amato, from Carolina, US
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 1998
Horicultural comment: name not registered with ICRA, doubtfully acceptable (conflicting with Rec. 19.D.1., ICNCP)
Etymology: after the colour of the leaf
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."
Sarracenia 'Alucard' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:13 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Alucard' T.H.Wyman
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:13 (2009)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia moorei Hort.Veitch ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora Schnell * Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: P.Faulisi, 5. 2000
Nominant: T.H.Wyman, Stone Mountain, Ga., US, 5. 2004
Registrant: T.H.Wyman, 2. 12. 2008
Horicultural comment: Registered 10. 5. 2009 {JS}
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
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."
Sarracenia 'Amphibien' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.44:159 (2015)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Amphibien' A.Sanguet
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.44:159 (2015)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ?
Originator: D.Chertier, FR, 2006
Nominant: A.Sanguet, Chambery, FR, 2015
Registrant: A.Sanguet, 28. 4. 2015
Horicultural comment: Registered 22. 9. 2015 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.44:160 (2015)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: French for "amphibian", after pitcher opening reminiscent of a croaking frog
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.44:160 (2015)
"This little Sarracenia L., which rarely exceeds 35 cm in height, possesses red-veined yellowish pitchers at opening, which become all red very fast (Figs. 6 & 7), arranged in a rosette around the rhizome. The small flower with red-to-purple petals and sepals is borne on a peduncle 45 cm high (Fig. 7). The plant produces a lot of pitchers during the growth season but seems to divide very little, usually once a year during spring.
Sarracenia ' Amphibien ' A.Sanguet may be the result of a very complex crossing between Sarracenia psittacina Michx., Sarracenia purpurea L., and Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood, but it is still unclear as the shape of the pitchers is very different from other hybrids."
Sarracenia 'Anxious Debate' Public Garden 9:46 (1994)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Anxious Debate' Mellichamp & Gardner
Publication: Public Garden 9:46 (1994)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ?
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Ares' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:73 (2016)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Ares' J.Addington
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:73 (2016)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ?
Originator: J.Addington, Stanwood, Washington, US, ca. 1995
Nominant: J.Addington
Registrant: J.Addington, 18. 2. 2016
Horicultural comment: Registered 30. 11. 2016 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:73 (fig. 1), 80 (back cover) (2016)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: for the god of war and his bloody work echoed in the cultivar?s ruddy coloration
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:73 (2016)
"The pitchers erupt over a short period early in the growing season and are generously produced. The near uniform red color, for me, is deeper in warmer and brighter weather. The color holds until senescence and may even deepen with age. The pitchers are erect through the growing season. The rhizomes branch regularly making a plant that fills a pot nicely.
For me here in Washington state Sarracenia ?Ares? J.Addington plants typically grow 50 to 60 cm tall pitchers and produce hoods that reach 9 to 13 cm across. The plant?s flower starts out pink towards the center and grades to a creamy white suffused with pink towards the ends (Fig. 1)."
Sarracenia 'Asahinishiki' 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Asahinishiki' Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan
Publication: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
Comment: priority for parentage
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: Okamura
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Ayanami' 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:5 (1985)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Ayanami' Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan
Publication: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:5 (1985)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia mitchelliana W.Bull ex Mast.
Synonym: =?Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia purpurea L.
Originator: K.Suzuki, Shunkyu-en Nursery, Yokohama
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Belly of Blood' Growing Carniv.Pl.:147 (2006)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Belly of Blood' B.Rice
Publication: Growing Carniv.Pl.:147 (2006)
Synonym: =Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa (Raf.) Wherry
Originator: B.Rice, Davis, Ca., USA, 1999
Nominant: B.Rice
Registrant: B.Rice, 1. 12. 2006
Horicultural comment: Registered 6. 12. 2006 {JS}
Standard: Growing Carniv.Pl.:147 (2006)
Propagation: vegetatively, to maintain distinctive coloration of pitchers
Etymology: after colour pattern of pitchers
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."
Sarracenia 'Beniaya' 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Beniaya' Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan
Publication: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia mitchelliana W.Bull ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: K.Suzuki, Shunkyu-en Nursery, Yokohama
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Benigoromo' 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:5 (1985)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Benigoromo' Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan
Publication: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:5 (1985)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia purpurea L.?
Originator: Toyoda
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Beniotome' 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Beniotome' Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan
Publication: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
Comment: priority for parentage
Synonym: =Sarracenia minor Walt. * Sarracenia psittacina Michx. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: Kikuchi
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Benizono' 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Benizono' Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan
Publication: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia harperi Bell
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia minor Walt. * Sarracenia minor Walt. * Sarracenia flava L.
Originator: Kikuchi
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Berry Pastry' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:36 (2017)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Berry Pastry' P.Faulisi
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:36 (2017)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia moorei Hort.Moore ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora Schnell
Originator: P.Faulisi, Calif., US, 2002
Nominant: C.Trexler, 22. 4. 2016
Registrant: P.Faulisi, 3. 10. 2016
Horicultural comment: Registered 13. 4. 2017 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:36 (2017)
Propagation: via division and cuttings
Etymology: after lids reminiscent of berry pastry dusted with powdered sugar
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:36 (2017)
"This beautiful and very popular pitcher plant, which now resides in dozens of collections, is a very vigorous grower, but not as large as other Sarracenia moorei Hort.Moore ex Mast.. Spring pitchers on adult plants will average heights of 50-60 cm or more on well-established older plants. Pitchers are green overlaid with dark red veins on the upper portion of the tubes extending down both inward and outward 5-8 cm and bright white areolae directly under the peristome also extending down both inward and outward 5-8 cm (Fig. 4). The incredibly beautiful lid (operculum) is large, ruffled and bright creamy white with deep magenta veins approximately 7.5-10 cm wide from side to side and 7.5-10 cm long from back to front (Fig. 5). At maturity they flare slightly upward along their sides. The fluted peristome is slightly smaller than the lid averaging 6.25-7.5 cm wide and is dark red when fully colored. There is a prominent dark purple throat patch on the inside neck of the pitcher which runs up the inside of the lid. Flower sepals are rosy red with a prominent golden yellow stripe down each center, and rose red petals fading into lemony orange at their tips.
As the pitchers mature, the lid colors intensify into a breathtaking combination. Like all Sarracenia moorei Hort.Moore ex Mast., this cultivar produces pitchers all season with a more pronounced late summer burst of growth. These late season pitchers are not quite as large, but my personal observa- tion over the years is that they are produced in great abundance and are much more colorful, espe- cially if sunlight intensity is bright and temperatures are cooler."
Sarracenia 'Birds Beak' Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:19 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Birds Beak' N.Haywood ex P.Sheridan
Publication: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:19 (2009)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia areolata Macf.
Synonym: =Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: N.Haywood, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
Horicultural comment: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:19 (2009)
Etymology: after shape of pitcher lip
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."
Sarracenia 'Black and Tan' Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:25 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Black and Tan' P.Sheridan
Publication: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:25 (2009)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ?
Originator: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
Horicultural comment: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:25 (2009)
Etymology: after pitcher coloration
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."
Sarracenia 'Black Jaw' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:24 (2014)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Black Jaw' S.Lascialfari
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:24 (2014)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia farnhamii Hort.Farnham ex Robinson
Synonym: =Sarracenia rubra subsp. gulfensis Schnell * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia rubra Walt.
Originator: S.Lascialfari, Firenze IT, before 2013
Nominant: S.Lascialfari, 9. 2013
Registrant: S.Lascialfari, 17. 11. 2013
Horicultural comment: Registered 15. 5. 2014 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:24 (2014)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: after persistent characteristic black colour around pitcher's mouth and in the inner side looking like a black jaw
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:24 (2014)
"The pitchers grow vertically. The rhizome has a horizontal spread. The upper part of new pitchers is green/pink with white areolas, becoming pink with pink veins and white areolas as they become older. The pitcher opening becomes increasingly dark red with a silky black border inside the operculum - the most important feature of this cultivar. The areolas eventually turn a deep pink color. The operculum points upward with jagged edges. Veins are evident only in the juvenile stage, and then become the same red color of the upper part of pitcher. The maximum pitcher height is 60 cm and the width is 4.5 cm at the lip. The back of the operculum merges with the pitcher. The pitcher exterior is pubescent."
Sarracenia 'Black Mamba' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:24 (2014)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Black Mamba' S.Ibelli
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:24 (2014)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia areolata Macf.
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia alata var. nigropurpurea D'Amato ex S.McPherson & Schnell
Originator: V.Castellaneta, Pisa, IT, 9. 2012
Nominant: S.Ibelli
Registrant: S.Ibelli, 22. 9. 2013
Horicultural comment: Registered 15. 5. 2014 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:25 (2014)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: after pitcher throat looking like the inside of the mouth of the dangerous snake
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:25 (2014)
"Sarracenia ' Black Mamba ' S.Ibelli has a rhizome colored with anthocyanins. The pitcher is erect without folds as it develops. Early pitchers are initially green and light red. The growing pitcher begins to form many fenestrations from a few centimeters below the lip to the neck. Two red spots, well separated from fenestration, can be seen on the sides of the neck within the pitcher opening above the operculum. Abundant dark red veins extend to the middle of the pitcher.
After a few days in the sun, the underside of the operculum, neck, lip, and throat begin to darken more and more each day, until it becomes a very dark red, appearing almost black. The pitcher is pubescent and produces a good quantity of nectar."
Sarracenia 'Black Tube' Sarracenia:20 (1996)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Black Tube' J. & J.Ainsworth
Publication: Sarracenia:20 (1996)
Synonym: =Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood
Originator: J. & J.Ainsworth
Nominant: J. & J.Ainsworth
Horicultural comment: name not registered with ICRA (standard missing)
Etymology: after the colouration of the pitchers
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."
Sarracenia 'Black Widow' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:12 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Black Widow' T.H.Wyman
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:12 (2009)
Comment: (earlier) synonym of Sarracenia soperi Cheek
Synonym: =Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood * Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora Schnell
Originator: P.Faulisi, 5. 2000
Nominant: T.H.Wyman, Stone Mountain, Ga., US, 5. 2004
Registrant: T.H.Wyman, 2. 12. 2008
Horicultural comment: Registered 10. 5. 2009 {JS}
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
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."
Sarracenia 'Blackankle' Public Garden 9:46 (1994)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Blackankle' Mellichamp & Gardner
Publication: Public Garden 9:46 (1994)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ?
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Blood Sweat & Tears' J.Carniv.Pl.Soc.(UK) 33:52 (2011)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Blood Sweat & Tears' P.Wilson
Publication: J.Carniv.Pl.Soc.(UK) 33:52 (2011)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia popei Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava var. atropurpurea (W.Bull ex Mast.) W.Bull ex W.Robinson * Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii (Wherry) Wherry
Originator: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, early 2000s
Nominant: P.Wilson, Taunton, UK
Registrant: P.Wilson, 4. 11. 2011
Horicultural comment: Registered 7. 11. 2011 {JS}
Standard: J.Carniv.Pl.Soc.(UK) 33:51 (2006)
Propagation: artificial (vegetative)
Etymology: after colour and copios liquid (nectar) production of pitchers
Description: J.Carniv.Pl.Soc.(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."
Sarracenia 'Bob Hanrahan' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.42:108 (2013)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Bob Hanrahan' D.Collingsworth & P.D'Amato
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.42:108 (2013)
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava var. rugelii (Shuttlew. ex A.DC.) Mast.
Originator: B.Hanrahan, 1990s
Nominant: D.Collingsworth & P.D'Amato, 12. 6. 2013
Registrant: D.Collingsworth & P.D'Amato, 12. 6. 2013
Horicultural comment: Registered 11. 10. 2013 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.42:109, fig.3 (2013)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: after the introducer
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.42:108 (2013)
"It's a nice tall clone, growing up to 80 cm tall. We have a few Sarracenia flava L. that grow a bit taller, but none that are as elegant as this one. The tall pitchers are a yellow-green so bright that they seem to glow in the vernal sunlight as they emerge. The only splash of red is a solid patch in the throat, typical of Sarracenia flava var. rugelii (Shuttlew. ex A.DC.) Mast.. Perfectly grown plants may also have a thin red picotee along the front edge of the lid. The mouth of the pitcher flares wide like a trumpet and the lip has a deep cleft in the front, which also adds to its regal appearance.
It is the ridiculously huge lid, however, that really sets this clone apart. The large mature pitchers have an undulating lid that can be just over 15 cm across! There's a childlike joy you get from putting your hand atop the pitchers and seeing it fit nicely across the gigantic lid (Fig. 3). It has a simple and classic beauty reminiscent of the modern columns designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, which seem too tall and top heavy to stand. Peter and Damon both agree that it is the most perfect Sarracenia flava var. rugelii (Shuttlew. ex A.DC.) Mast. that we have ever grown or seen. It produces only a few pitchers per growth point, probably due to the high energy costs of producing pitchers so large and spectacular. The flowers are typical of Sarracenia flava L. with long yellow petals."
Sarracenia 'Boob Tube' Public Garden 9:46 (1994)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Boob Tube' Mellichamp & Gardner
Publication: Public Garden 9:46 (1994)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ?
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Bordeaux Red Wine' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:39 (2010)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Bordeaux Red Wine' C.Azais
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:39 (2010)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia farnhamii Hort.Farnham ex Robinson
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia rubra subsp. gulfensis Schnell
Originator: C.Azais, Marcellus, FR
Nominant: C.Azais
Registrant: C.Azais, 19. 11. 2009
Horicultural comment: Registered 28. 7. 2010 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:39 (2010)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after colouration of pitchers and native country of originator
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."
Sarracenia 'Brimstone' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:80 (2017)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Brimstone' F.Passkiewicz
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:80 (2017)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia popei Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava var. atropurpurea (W.Bull ex Mast.) W.Bull ex W.Robinson * Sarracenia rubra subsp. alabamensis (Case & Case) S.McPherson & Schnell
Originator: F.Passkiewicz, Valencia, Calif., US
Nominant: F.Passkiewicz, 8. 2010
Registrant: F.Passkiewicz, 19. 2. 2017
Horicultural comment: Registered 20. 7. 2017 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:80 (2017)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: after flaming-like appearance of both the pitchers and flowers
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:80 (2017)
"Sarracenia ' Brimstone ' F.Passkiewicz is a fairly vigorous plant that readily spreads and clumps in cultivation, producing many pitchers throughout the growing season. The pitchers average about 45-50 cm in height in my growing conditions (which is hot and dry), but I have seen them reach 60 cm. The lid is wavy 8-10 cm long and protrudes over the mouth. Its exterior is a golden color and heavily veined in full sun. The pitchers start out a lime green with light veining, but quickly color up into a fiery orangey/red all throughout the upper pitcher, lip, and throat creating a very striking appearance with the golden, heavily veined lid as if the entire plant is on fire (Fig. 4). The pitchers are erect through the growing season and the flowers are produced in mass in the spring. The sepals of the flowers are a lime green edged in a sizzling red and the petals are a solid fiery red color also giving the appearance of flames (Fig. 4)."
Sarracenia 'Bris' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.37:44 (2008)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Bris' P.D'Amato & B.Rice
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.37:44 (2008)
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: 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
Horicultural comment: Registered 12. 9. 2008 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.37:45 (2008)
Propagation: by vegetative means
Etymology: from trimmed appearance of pitchers
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! (...)
Unlike the lids on normal plants, which when viewed from overhead completely cover the pitcher opening, the lid on this new cultivar is reduced significantly in size. The lateral development of the lid is highly reduced, so that the lid is often little more than a narrow strip of tissue. The length of the lid is also somewhat shorter than normal, although it terminates in a spur as is normal for the species. On most pitchers, the lid tends to curve slightly downwards, over the pitcher opening, in a manner that is also somewhat atypical for the species.
These characters are somewhat peculiar, but we do not believe they originate from hybridization. They are stable in cultivation, as plants cultivated for several years at both California Carnivores and the University of California, Davis, consistently show the peculiar characteristics."
Sarracenia 'Brook's Hybrid' Sarracenia:46 (1996)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Brook's Hybrid' J. & J.Ainsworth
Publication: Sarracenia:46 (1996)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia moorei Hort.Moore ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia flava L.
Originator: ?Brook
Nominant: J. & J.Ainsworth
Horicultural comment: 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
Sarracenia 'Bug Bat' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:124 (2016)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Bug Bat' L.Mellichamp
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:124 (2016)
Comment: priority for parentage
Synonym: =Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood * Sarracenia psittacina Michx. * Sarracenia minor var. okefenokeensis Schnell
Originator: L.Mellichamp, UNC, Charlotte, N.C., US, about 1990
Nominant: D.Crump, about 2005
Registrant: L.Mellichamp, 23. 6. 2016
Horicultural comment: Registered 23. 12. 2016 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:124 (2016)
Propagation: asexually only
Etymology: after the shape of the pitchers resembling baseball bats, associated with catching bugs
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:124 (2016)
"The plant shows hybrid vigor in forming a robust clump of upright, slightly diverging tubular pitchers to 40 cm, green at the bottom and cinnamon red toward the tip with tiny white windows in the hood back (Fig. 7) thanks to the Sarracenia minor Walt. parent. The reddish hood of the giant pitchers darkens in the summer sun and generally forms an almost closed mouth."
Sarracenia 'Bug Scoop' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.33:19 (2004)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Bug Scoop' D.Cook
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.33:19 (2004) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv33n1p19_22.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v33n1p19_22.html#scoop
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia umlauftiana Hort.Hefka
Synonym: =Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia psittacina Michx. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: D.Cook, 20. 3. 1999
Nominant: D.Cook, Junction City, OR, US, 21. 2. 2002
Registrant: D.Cook
Horicultural comment: Registered 8. 9. 2004 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.33:22 (2004)
Propagation: vegetative propagation or meristem culture
Etymology: after bug capturing lure of the pitchers
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."
Sarracenia 'Burgundy' Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:71 (1986)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Burgundy' Hort.Slack
Publication: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:71 (1986)
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora Schnell
Originator: A.Slack
Nominant: A.Slack
Registrant: A.Slack
Horicultural comment: 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)
Standard: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:70 (1986)
Etymology: after the red colouration of pitchers
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."
Sarracenia 'Cancan' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:159 (2016)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Cancan' M.Srba
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:159 (2016)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia catesbaei Elliott
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava var. maxima W.Bull ex Mast. * Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa (Raf.) Wherry * Sarracenia flava var. atropurpurea (W.Bull ex Mast.) W.Bull ex W.Robinson
Originator: M.Srba, Horakov, CZ, 2007
Nominant: M.Srba
Registrant: M.Srba, 29. 7. 2016
Horicultural comment: Registered 27. 1. 2017 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:159 (2016)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after reminiscence of lids to Cancan dancers
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:159 (2016)
"The seedling population gained from this cross demonstrated great color variability. One of the seedlings was selected due to an exceptionally intensive, all red coloration. It also belonged to the strongest seedlings in the population. Later on it became ap-
parent that this clone exhibited an irregular shape of the pitchers, including twisted lids. This feature is usually considered a negative character and such plants are eliminated in our collection. Reaching maturity, the plant demonstrated high number of pitchers, exceptional robustness, and overall beauty that was considered exceptional by many visitors of our nursery. Therefore we decided to establish this unique plant as a cultivar.
Sarracenia ' Cancan ' M.Srba is 20-25 cm tall, the peristome is 4-6 cm wide, the lid 8-11 cm wide. Mature plants produce 5-8 pitchers on one growing point, typically 7. Flowers are red-orange with yellow- green umbrella. The overall shape of the flower is globose, size 6-7 cm. Sarracenia ' Cancan ' M.Srba is well fertile, the capsule contains usually 200-300 moderately sized, viable seeds. Root system of Sarracenia ' Cancan ' M.Srba is exceptionally rich, making the plants very well fixed in their pots. Also rhizome offshoots start producing their own roots readily, making vegetative propagation of this clone more effective."
Sarracenia 'Candlewax' Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:23 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Candlewax' N.Haywood ex P.Sheridan
Publication: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:23 (2009)
Synonym: =Sarracenia purpurea var. burkii Schnell
Originator: P.Sheridan, from W Fla., US, before 2009
Nominant: N.Haywood, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
Horicultural comment: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:23 (2009)
Etymology: pitcher color is said to be reminiscent of dripping candle wax
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."
Sarracenia 'Candy Striper' Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:18 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Candy Striper' P.Sheridan
Publication: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:18 (2009)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ?
Originator: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
Horicultural comment: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:18 (2009)
Etymology: after coloration of pitcher
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:18 (2009)
"A complex cross that looks like a hard stick of candy."
Sarracenia 'Carmelitta' Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:20 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Carmelitta' P.Sheridan
Publication: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:20 (2009)
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava var. cuprea Schnell
Originator: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
Horicultural comment: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:20 (2009)
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."
Sarracenia 'Carolina Cooler' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:40 (1987)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Carolina Cooler' Mellichamp & Gardner
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:40 (1987) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv16n2p39_42.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v16n2p39_42.html#cooler
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia catesbaei Elliott
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia purpurea L.
Originator: R.Gardner, North Carolina Botanical Garden, Chapel Hill, before 1983
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
Registrant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
Horicultural comment: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Standard: presumably from NC. (UNCC), Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:41 (1987)
Propagation: rhizome division
Etymology: from green colouration of pitchers
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."
Sarracenia 'Carolina Yellow Jacket' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:125 (2016)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Carolina Yellow Jacket' L.Mellichamp
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:125 (2016)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia catesbaei Elliott
Synonym: =Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia flava L.
Originator: L.Mellichamp, UNC, Charlotte, N.C., US, about 1990
Nominant: D.Crump, about 2005
Registrant: L.Mellichamp, 23. 6. 2016
Horicultural comment: Registered 23. 12. 2016 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:125 (2016)
Propagation: asexually only
Etymology: after bright yellow color of leaves and flowers and after origin in North Carolina
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:125 (2016)
"Sarracenia ' Carolina Yellow Jacket ' L.Mellichamp is unique in that it survives the hot summers of North Carolina. It is quite a rare chance seedling involving anthocyanin free Sarracenia purpurea L. and an all yellow Sarracenia flava L., and arose in a batch of seedlings not all of which were anthocyanin free. It forms a very vigorous rapidly-enlarging clump with decumbent yet upright, very thick-textured, pitchers, to 30 cm long, elongated and nearly hairless, with the hood margin often pinched in or touching over the mouth (Fig. 8), displaying the fact that it is two parts northern S. purpurea forma heterophylla and one part Sarracenia flava L.. The pitcher color is uniform, appearing from Granny Smith apple-green to rich chrome or lemon yellow depending on the time of year and growing conditions. The flowers are produced abundantly in the clump (one per growth) and all parts are green to bright yellow."
Sarracenia 'Case's Resolve' Public Garden 9:46 (1994)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Case's Resolve' Mellichamp & Gardner
Publication: Public Garden 9:46 (1994)
Synonym: =Sarracenia minor Walt. * Sarracenia ?
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Standard: Public Garden 9:38 (1994)
Sarracenia 'Chagall' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.35:68 (2006)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Chagall' J.Lechtman
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.35:68 (2006)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia wrigleyana Hort.Veitch ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia psittacina Michx. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: T.K.Hayes, 1997
Nominant: J.Lechtman, Mclean, VA, USA, 24. 6. 2002
Registrant: J.Lechtman, 21. 3. 2005
Horicultural comment: Registered 16. 10. 2006 {JS}
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
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.35:68 (2006)
"Sarracenia wrigleyana Hort.Veitch ex Mast. 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.Veitch ex Mast. cultivar, Bob Hanrahan's Sarracenia ' Scarlet Belle ' Hanrahan, as well as from non-named clones of this hybrid."
Sarracenia 'Chas' Brew' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.32:24 (2003)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Chas' Brew' Brewer & Ploszak
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.32:24 (2003) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv32n1p24_37.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v32n1p24_37.html#brew
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia ' Triple Rarity ' J.Hummer
Synonym: =Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry * Sarracenia rubra subsp. wherryi (Case & Case) Schnell
Originator: C.Brewer
Nominant: C.Brewer, VA, USA & S.Ploszak, NC, USA
Registrant: C.Brewer & S.Ploszak
Horicultural comment: Registered 13. 5. 2003 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.32:1 (2003)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: a pun on Charles Brewer's name
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."
Sarracenia 'Chris' Pl.Carniv.37(2):7 (2016)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Chris' S.Morley
Publication: Pl.Carniv.37(2):7 (2016)
Comment: ?later synonym of Sarracenia crispiana Hort.Bruce ex Burb.
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia psittacina Michx. * Sarracenia rubra subsp. alabamensis (Case & Case) Schnell * Sarracenia rubra subsp. alabamensis (Case & Case) Schnell
Originator: S.Morley, Fangfoss, York, UK, 2008
Nominant: S.Morley, 2015
Registrant: S.Morley, 2016
Horicultural comment: Registered 26. 3. 2016 {JS}
Standard: Pl.Carniv.37(2):6 (2016)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after originator's father
Description: Pl.Carniv.37(2):7 (2016)
"I am quite a fan of small, stocky and colourful Sarracenia L. hybrids. Sarracenia ' Hummer's Hammerhead ' J.Hummer has a nice shape in late summer, but for me in northern England it is quite weedy in spring and early summer, and not very colourful. The intention with this cross was to capture some of the shape of Sarracenia ' Hummer's Hammerhead ' J.Hummer, but with more of the colour of Sarracenia ' Juthatip Soper ' M.Soper.
The cross produced two potfulls of quite varied seedlings, many with intermediate characteristics between the two parents, and interestingly most of the seedlings were green like the Sarracenia ' Hummer's Hammerhead ' J.Hummer parent. Several seedlings had red colouration, and this one in particular was selected out and grown on due to its notable shape, colour and vigour.
The pitchers are almost intermediate between the two parents. Summer pitchers are self-supporting and stand upright at about 30 cm high, with a long, floppy lid which varies in angle from just below horizontal to (usually) dipping downwards, resting on the rim of the pitcher mouth (Fig.1 ). The pitchers open pale pink, with a mostly white lid, colouring quickly to fluorescent pink like the Sarracenia ' Juthatip Soper ' M.Soper parent (Fig . 2), and then eventually turning dark purple in part with lots of sun. Early spring pitchers can be less upright, with a wavy ala (wing), but are still self-supporting.
Pitcher production is summer-long, with a late summer flush characteristic of Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.. The plant has yet to flower.
Cultivation
This cultivar appears to have inherited much of the vigour of the Sarracenia ' Hummer's Hammerhead ' J.Hummer parent, and is quick to divide and proliferate."
Sarracenia 'Claret' Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:71 (1986)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Claret' Hort.Slack
Publication: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:71 (1986)
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora Schnell
Originator: A.Slack, from Florida Panhandle, US
Nominant: A.Slack
Registrant: A.Slack
Horicultural comment: 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).
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
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."
Sarracenia 'Cobra Nest' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.32:24 (2003)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Cobra Nest' Booman
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.32:24 (2003) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv32n1p24_37.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v32n1p24_37.html#nest
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ?
Originator: 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
Awards/patents: US20020104139, US Pat.Off. 6. 8. 2002
Horicultural comment: Registered 13. 5. 2003 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.32:26 (2003)
Propagation: protected by patent
Etymology: due to the thick cluster of snake leaf traps
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 ' Boomanis 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."
Sarracenia 'Cooke's Bayou Red' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.44:158 (2015)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Cooke's Bayou Red' J.Hummer
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.44:158 (2015)
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava L.
Originator: J.Hummer, from Cooke's Bayou, Bay Co., Fla., US, 1988
Nominant: J.Hummer, Ruther Glen, Va., US
Registrant: J.Hummer, 10. 6. 2015
Horicultural comment: Registered 22. 9. 2015 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.44:158 (2015)
Etymology: after provenance and colouration of the cultivar
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.44:158 (2015)
"The plant has entirely maroon-red pitchers top-to-bottom, and is also unique in having flower petals that are pink-red in color (Fig. 4). The distinct maroon red color spectrum of the leaves along with the unique flower petal color combination should be sufficient to distinguish this once naturally occurring Sarracenia flava L. variant from others in the field. The images explain this form better than words can describe."
Sarracenia 'Copper Lid' Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:71 (1986)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Copper Lid' Schnell ex Hort.Slack
Publication: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:71 (1986)
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava var. cuprea Schnell
Originator: A.Slack
Nominant: D.E.Schnell
Registrant: A.Slack
Horicultural comment: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
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
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."
Sarracenia 'Cotton Patch' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.27:38 (1998)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Cotton Patch' Mellichamp & Gardner
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.27:38 (1998)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia farnhamii Hort.Farnham ex Robinson
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia rubra subsp. wherryi (Case & Case) Schnell
Originator: McMillan Greenhouse, UNCC, from Perdido, Ala., 1985
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
Horicultural comment: name not registered with ICRA (standard missing)
Etymology: after pubescence of pitchers
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."
Sarracenia 'Cronus' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.31:40 (2002)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Cronus' R.Sacilotto
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.31:40 (2002) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv31n2p40-42.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v31n2p40-42.html#cronus
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: R.Sacilotto, Botanique Nursery, Standardsville, USA, 5. 1981
Nominant: R.Sacilotto, 11. 1985
Registrant: R.Sacilotto, 21. 12. 2001
Awards/patents: Trademark: Titan (Botanique Nursery, Standardsville, USA)
Horicultural comment: Registered 29. 7. 2002 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.31:42 (2002)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: for unusually large size and vigorous growth
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.
Sarracenia ' Cronus' R.Sacilotto has produced fall pitchers over 96.5 cm (38 inches) tall. The mouth typically is 6-9 cm (2 1/2-3 1/2 inches) across. The upper pitcher shows more white than many forms of Sarracenia leucophylla Raf., with deep red veins dividing the white background. The rim of the mouth is white, with reddish marbling. Because the lid is adequately large and angled over the mouth, rain is less likely to damage the pitchers than it may with many open mouthed forms of Sarracenia L.. Despite the very dramatic pitchers, the flowers are not significantly different from the wild forms, being medium red and about 6.3-7.6 cm (2 1/2-3 inches) across and in height (sepal to distal tip of petal). The flower stem is a bit shorter than normal, typically reaching 25--36 cm (10-14 inches).
We have observed that this plant is not a good seed producer (often, few or no seeds form in the pods). We have observed this cultivar to grow faster than most other Sarracenia L., when shifting from tissue culture (flasks or test tubes) to marketable size (approximately a 3.8 liter (one gallon) pot). Due to quick size increase, it is recommended that Sarracenia ' Cronus ' R.Sacilotto be planted in containers or gardens at least 30 cm (12 inches) deep and spaced at least 41 cm (16 inches) from other plants. In plantings with other Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. types (sic!), Sarracenia ' Cronus ' R.Sacilotto has consistently grown larger than these other types, in identical situations. As with most Sarracenia leucophylla Raf., the largest and showiest pitchers are produced in late summer to fall."
Sarracenia 'Daniel Rudd' Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:85 (1986)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Daniel Rudd' Hort.Slack
Publication: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:85 (1986)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia ' Rosamund Pollock ' Hort.Bruce ex F.Waracek
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia purpurea L.
Originator: A.Slack, Somerset, before 1986
Nominant: A.Slack
Registrant: A.Slack
Horicultural comment: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Standard: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:83 (1986)
Etymology: after the host of A.Slack while he wrote parts of his book
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."
Sarracenia 'Dantadelle' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.44:162 (2015)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Dantadelle' A.Sanguet
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.44:162 (2015)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia purpurea L.
Originator: A.Sanguet, Chambery, FR, 2008
Nominant: A.Sanguet, 2013
Registrant: A.Sanguet, 28. 4. 2015
Horicultural comment: Registered 22. 9. 2015 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.44:163 (2015)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: arbitrary name resulting from a bet
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.44:162 (2015)
"I made this hybrid between Sarracenia ' Rubis Rare ' A.Sanguet * Sarracenia mitchelliana W.Bull ex Mast. in 2008, but I didn?t take care of the seedlings until 2013. Indeed, one was larger than all the others, which increased my interest in this crossing. I transplanted it to a large pot and, the year after, it was showing all its characteristics.
The size of the pitchers and the lids are amazingly huge and the plant produces a lot of traps that sometimes fall down under their own weight. At first, pitchers are heavily veined and well colored, but after some weeks they become entirely red (Figs. 10 & 11). The pure yellow flower appears during spring (Fig. 11) and might be shorter than the pitchers. Sarracenia ' Dantadelle ' A.Sanguet produces a lot of sweet nectar and grows fast from very early spring until very late summer.
I have selected this particular plant because it was clearly bigger and different from the other seedlings of the same breeding."
Sarracenia 'Darcy Ann' Carniv.Pl.of the World:34 (1986)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Darcy Ann' J. & P.Pietropaolo
Publication: Carniv.Pl.of the World:34 (1986)
Comment: priority for parentage
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia psittacina Michx.
Originator: ?J. & P.Pietropaolo, before 1986
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Etymology: after a person to whom the book by J. & P.Pietropaolo is dedicated
Sarracenia 'Dark Ladies' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:40 (1987)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Dark Ladies' Mellichamp & Gardner
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:40 (1987) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv16n2p39_42.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v16n2p39_42.html#dark
Synonym: =Sarracenia minor Walt.
Originator: R.Gardner, North Carolina Botanical Garden, Chapel Hill, before 1985
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
Registrant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
Horicultural comment: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Standard: Brunswick Co., NC. (UNCC), Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:41 (1987)
Propagation: rhizome division
Etymology: from dark red colouration of pitcher hoods
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."
Sarracenia 'Dedication' Pl.Carniv.35:21 (2013)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Dedication' S.Little
Publication: Pl.Carniv.35:21 (2013)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia moorei Hort.Veitch ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora Schnell
Originator: S.Little, Stevenage, UK, 2005
Nominant: S.Little
Registrant: S.Little, 4. 2013
Horicultural comment: Registered 30. 6. 2013 {JS}
Standard: Pl.Carniv.35:20, 22 & 23 (2013)
Etymology: dedicated to originator's husband
Description: Pl.Carniv.35:21 (2013)
"Sarracenia ' Dedication ' S.Little is a strong sturdy upright plant growing to about 54 cm tall. The pitchers have long gently frilled hoods. The mouth of a mature sized pitcher is 4-5 cms wide and is slightly flattened across the front giving it an oval shape with a spout like point on the centre of the nectar roll.
The young pitchers start off looking very Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. like in colour with green tubes and typical Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. colouring to the hoods, but quickly start to redden soon after opening, within weeks changing to almost deep red-purple from top to bottom. When the pitchers mature the rear of the hood, where the lid curls back tightly, turns black fading out to the top of the hood into beautiful purple pink fenestrations with the occasional white spot. The top surface of the hood is deeply veined and in the sunshine these veins quickly turn almost pure black. The underside of the hood still displays some of the Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. characteristics with some fenestrations that are almost green with dark purple veins. In the winter months the pitchers are replaced by lots of short phyllodia around 10-12 cm.
The spring flowers are tall with long narrow pink-red petals that flare outwards slightly at the base."
Sarracenia 'Deep Red Veins' Carniv.Pl.:39 (1998)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Deep Red Veins' T.Camilleri
Publication: Carniv.Pl.:39 (1998)
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Deep Throat' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:138 (2011)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Deep Throat' P.D'Amato
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:138 (2011)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia excellens W.Bull
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia minor var. okefenokeensis Schnell
Originator: P.D'Amato, Sebastopol, Ca., USA, early 1990s
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 2011
Registrant: P.D'Amato, 31. 8. 2011
Horicultural comment: Registered 30. 12. 2011 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:138 (fig. 5), 148 (back cover) (2011)
Etymology: after yawning pitcher mouth
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).
The upper portion of the pitcher invariably turns brick red mottled with greenish yellow spots, heavily concentrated on the upper back or neck of the pitcher. Looking within the pitcher, these vaguely approach the aureoles of its parent Sarracenia minor Walt., but are diffuse and opaque as opposed to nearly transparent.
The yawning mouth, its most prominent feature, has a curvaceous red lip that dips abruptly to meet the ala, forming a broad, v-shaped spout. The wide lid is broader than long, over- hanging the sides of the mouth. The lid can be horizontal to the lip or held in a more upright gaping fashion."
Sarracenia 'Dionne' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:34 (2017)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Dionne' R.van Ool
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:34 (2017)
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: R.van Ool, Uden, NL, 2010
Nominant: R.van Ool
Registrant: R.van Ool, 29. 11. 2016
Horicultural comment: Registered 13. 4. 2017 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:34 (2017)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after originator's wife
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:34 (2017)
"Sarracenia ' Dionne ' R.van Ool is selected because of its intense coloration (Fig. 2). It was grown from seed (2010) from a selfed Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. clone. Sarracenia ' Dionne ' R.van Ool differed from the rest of the seedlings because of its intense pink coloration in autumn. Pitchers start like a great red and white Sarracenia leucophylla Raf., but later the outside of the pitchers turns bright pink. The inside of the pitcher does not turn pink, but keeps the red and white coloration. The lid is also red and white colored, with a little pink near the edges. Pitchers grow about 60-70 cm tall.
In spring Sarracenia ' Dionne ' R.van Ool grows like a red tube Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. with smaller, deep red pitchers with white fenestration. Flowers are red colored, with some yellowish/red on the style and inside of the petals."
Sarracenia 'Dixie Lace' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.27:38 (1998)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Dixie Lace' Mellichamp & Gardner
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.27:38 (1998) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv27n2p38_40.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v27n2p38_40.html#dixie
Comment: ?later synonym of Sarracenia crispiana Hort.Bruce ex Burb.
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia rubra subsp. wherryi (Case & Case) Schnell * Sarracenia psittacina Michx. * ?Sarracenia purpurea L.
Originator: 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
Horicultural comment: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
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
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."
Sarracenia 'Don Schnell' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.22:38 (1993)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Don Schnell' D'Amato
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.22:38 (1993) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv22n1p38.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v22n1p38.html#Schnell
Synonym: =Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry
Originator: 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
Horicultural comment: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.22:38 (1993)
Etymology: after Donald Schnell, noted [Sarracenia {L.}] authority
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."
Sarracenia 'Eloise' Pl.Carniv.32(2):34 (2010)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Eloise' T.Bailey
Publication: Pl.Carniv.32(2):34 (2010)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ?
Originator: T.Bailey, Wellington, UK, 1998
Nominant: T.Bailey
Registrant: T.Bailey, Autumn 2010
Horicultural comment: Registered 29. 12. 2010 {JS}
Standard: Pl.Carniv.32(2):34 (2010)
Etymology: after originator's eldest daughter
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.
The young pitchers are green, tinted with a pink-red infusion in the upper few centimetres of the pitcher toward the frontal aspect. The lid is pale green below the nectar roll, dappled with patches of off-white.
The mature pitcher develops a deep burgundy-pink colour a few centimetres below the nectar roll toward the frontal aspect. The upper part on the reverse of the pitcher is deep green, speckled with burgundy-pink. The lid is infused in burgundy-pink and small patches of pink, which intensifies toward the outer margins.
The mouth of the pitcher is approximately 4 cm wide and 2 cm deep.
The flower petals are a speckled red-pink, similar in colour to that seen in the upper area of the young trap."
Sarracenia 'Elvis Presley' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.44:159 (2015)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Elvis Presley' J.Hummer
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.44:159 (2015)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ?
Originator: D.Chertier, FR
Nominant: J.Hummer, Ruther Glen, Va., US
Registrant: J.Hummer, 28. 4. 2015
Horicultural comment: Registered 22. 9. 2015 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.44:159 (2015)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after lid spur reminiscent of the famous rock star's hairstyle
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.44:159 (2015)
"Sarracenia ' Elvis Presley ' J.Hummer is a green yellowish plant wearing delicate red veins on glabrous pitchers at the beginning of the growth season, which become finely pubescent at the end of it (Fig. 5). The pale yellow flower that blooms in spring is a little bit taller than the pitchers and is difficult to pollinate. Indeed, I have almost never obtained seeds from this hybrid, or only a few sterile ones. Just before winter, the plant produces some curved phyllodes toward the ground which could suggest Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry heritage. It grows fast and multiplies easily.
This hybrid may be the result of complex crossing between Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry, Sarracenia flava L., and Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood."
Sarracenia 'Erimakitokage' Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:126 (2003)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Erimakitokage' Hort. ex Kurata
Publication: Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:126 (2003)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ?
Nominant: Japan, before 2003
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Standard: Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:126 (2003)
Etymology: unknown
Description: none published
Sarracenia 'Eva' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:137 (2014)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Eva' H.Luhrs
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:137 (2014)
Synonym: =?Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia ?
Originator: R.van Kessel, Carniflora, NL, c. 2007
Nominant: H.Luhrs, Amsterdam, NL, 2010
Registrant: H.Luhrs, 22. 8. 2014
Horicultural comment: Registered 25. 12. 2014 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:137 (2014)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after Els Vogel-Adamse
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:137 (2014)
"Much of the latter's features are well visible in this cultivar, producing 6-8 new leaves up to 28 cm long throughout the season and lasting for as long as 7-8 months. They taper gradually from bottom to top to produce a broad cone with a wide almost heart-shaped hood, of which the side lobes are somewhat folded backwards while the inner surface is abundantly covered with little bristly hairs. The pitchers are primarily green, apart from a few red longitudinal veins, with whitish-pink fenestrations in the upper part below the mouth. The hood is very white fenestrated onto a light green background with red veins pronounced on the inner side of the hood (Fig. 3). As the pitchers mature the color in the upper part becomes dark pink, especially the interior and the mouth, while the green inner side of the hood becomes a background for dark red veins. The combination of a dark pink upper part of the pitcher and white-mottled green hood gives this cultivar a unique appearance. The flower petals are deep red."
Sarracenia 'Evendine' Carniv.Pl.:176 (1979)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Evendine' Hort.Slack ex D'Amato
Publication: Carniv.Pl.:176 (1979)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia ' Rosamund Pollock ' Hort.Bruce ex F.Waracek
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia purpurea L.
Originator: 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
Horicultural comment: registration preliminary (standard missing)
Description: Savage Garden:95 (1998)
"The pitchers at first are golden green and veined, later turning dark red."
Sarracenia 'Extreme Unction' Savage Garden:96 (1998)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Extreme Unction' D'Amato
Publication: Savage Garden:96 (1998)
Comment: synonym of Sarracenia exculta auct. non W.Bull: Hort. ex Nichols.
Synonym: =Sarracenia minor Walt. * Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia flava L.
Originator: P.D'Amato, California Carnivores, 7020 Trenton-Healdsburg Rd., Forestville, CA 95436, USA
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 1998
Horicultural comment: 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."
Sarracenia 'Fadeout' Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:25 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Fadeout' P.Sheridan
Publication: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:25 (2009)
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava var. rugelii (Shuttlew. ex A.DC.) Mast.
Originator: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
Horicultural comment: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:25 (2009)
Etymology: after pitcher throat coloration
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."
Sarracenia 'Fat Chance' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:126 (2016)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Fat Chance' L.Mellichamp
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:126 (2016)
Synonym: =Sarracenia purpurea var. burkii Schnell
Originator: L.Mellichamp, from Perdido, Ala., US, about 1985
Nominant: L.Mellichamp, about 1986
Registrant: L.Mellichamp, 23. 6. 2016
Horicultural comment: Registered 23. 12. 2016 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:126 (2016)
Propagation: asexually only
Etymology: after the fatter shape of the pitchers and the chance to obtain a plant
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:126 (2016)
"Sarracenia ' Fat Chance ' L.Mellichamp is typical of the species (Sarracenia flava var. rugelii (Shuttlew. ex A.DC.) Mast.), which grows along the Gulf Coast of the Southeastern U.S. from Mississippi to Florida, in forming a rosette of decumbent somewhat thick-textured slightly hairy (hairs <1 mm long) pitchers with erect wavy-margined hood and gaping mouth with very thick rim. The margins of the hood often pinch together and may touch, as is often seen in Sarracenia purpurea L., though the red veining on green tissue is less prominent. The pitchers are more likely to die off after a severe winter than typical Sarracenia purpurea L.. The significant difference for the cultivar is that the pitchers are more bulbous, or fatter, than typical for the species (Sarracenia flava var. rugelii (Shuttlew. ex A.DC.) Mast.), and remain very dark red the whole season when grown in sun (Fig. 9). The flower is typical of the species (Sarracenia flava var. rugelii (Shuttlew. ex A.DC.) Mast.), with pink petals on a relatively short scape to 25 cm."
Sarracenia 'Fireworks' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.31:41 (2002)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Fireworks' R.Sacilotto
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.31:41 (2002) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv31n2p40-42.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v31n2p40-42.html#fireworks
Comment: priority for parentage
Synonym: =Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii (Wherry) Wherry * Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: R.Sacilotto, Botanique Nursery, Standardsville, USA, 5. 1977
Nominant: R.Sacilotto, 5. 1979
Registrant: R.Sacilotto, 21. 12. 2001
Awards/patents: Trademark: White Sparkler (Botanique Nursery, Standardsville, USA)
Horicultural comment: Registered 29. 7. 2002 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.31:42 (2002)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: for the growth habit of making many crowns in a short time
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."
Sarracenia 'Freja' Pl.Carniv.37(2):23 (2016)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Freja' S.Morley
Publication: Pl.Carniv.37(2):23 (2016)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia ' Genyu ' Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla var. alba (Hort.T.Baines ex R.Hogg & T.Moore) S.McPherson & Schnell * Sarracenia minor Walt. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: S.Morley, Fangfoss, York, UK
Nominant: S.Morley, 2015
Registrant: S.Morley, 2016
Horicultural comment: Registered 26. 3. 2016 {JS}
Standard: Pl.Carniv.37(2):1 (front cover), 22, 24, 25 (2016)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after originator's eldest daughter
Description: Pl.Carniv.37(2):23 (2016)
"Although pleased with the shape and colour of the Sarracenia ' Victoria Morley ' S.Morley parent of this hybrid, I thought I could do better with regard to stockiness; I like self-supporting Sarracenia L. plants that do not require staking.
The cross produced some colourful seedlings, some of which I'm still selecting from, with many resembling a red Sarracenia excellens W.Bull plant in shape and colour. Sarracenia ' Freja ' S.Morley quickly stood out as a notable plant from its siblings due to its exceptional vigour, and had matured and flowered before many of its brothers and sisters had even been potted-on.
The pitchers are short, stocky and self-supporting, usually about 30 to 35 cm high. The pitchers open greeny-pink, but quickly turn bright pink in sun. Older pitchers can become very dark purple over time with very little other colour visible. One of the most interesting features of this cultivar is that a network of green veins which can stand out markedly across the outer surface ofthe pitcher, particularly towards the front (Fig. 1, 2). Late summer and autumn pitchers are often a bit less pink and more green, not colouring up as much as early-season ones, and sometimes have a slight "pinch" in the pitcher tube. The flowers (Fig. 3) have pink petals.
Pitcher production is all summer-long, and the plant is proving to be extremely vigorous and quick to divide."
Sarracenia 'French Kiss' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:38 (2010)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'French Kiss' C.Azais
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:38 (2010)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia mooreana auct. non Hort.Veitch: Hort.Westphal, the latter name is illegitimate (later homonym)
Synonym: =Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: C.Azais, Marcellus, FR, 1998
Nominant: C.Azais
Registrant: C.Azais, 19. 11. 2009
Horicultural comment: Registered 28. 7. 2010 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:38 (2010)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after the peristome reminiscent of a kissing mouth
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."
Sarracenia 'Friar Tuck' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:40 (1987)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Friar Tuck' Mellichamp & Gardner
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:40 (1987) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv16n2p39_42.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v16n2p39_42.html#friar
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia swaniana W.Robinson
Synonym: =Sarracenia minor Walt. * Sarracenia purpurea L.
Originator: R.Gardner, North Carolina Botanical Garden, Chapel Hill, before 1985
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
Registrant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
Horicultural comment: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Standard: Brunswick Co., NC. (UNCC), Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:41 (1987)
Propagation: rhizome division
Etymology: from appearance of pitcher hoods
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."
Sarracenia 'Frogman' Growing Carniv.Pl.:147 (2006)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Frogman' B.Rice
Publication: Growing Carniv.Pl.:147 (2006)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia rehderi Bell
Synonym: =Sarracenia rubra subsp. alabamensis (Case & Case) Schnell * Sarracenia minor var. okefenokeensis Schnell
Originator: J.Hummer, Arlington, VA, USA, 1991
Nominant: B.Rice
Registrant: B.Rice, 1. 12. 2006
Horicultural comment: Registered 6. 12. 2006 {JS}
Standard: Growing Carniv.Pl.:146 (2006)
Etymology: after the plant's squamous, strangely batrachian appearance
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."
Sarracenia 'Fuschia' Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:29 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Fuschia' P.Sheridan
Publication: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:29 (2009)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia areolata Macf.
Synonym: =Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
Horicultural comment: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:29 (2009)
Etymology: after color of plant (reminiscent of [Fuchsia {L.}] flowers)
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."
Sarracenia 'Genyu' 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Genyu' Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan
Publication: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
Comment: priority for parentage
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia minor Walt. * Sarracenia purpurea L.
Originator: Kikuchi
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Giant Cotton' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:78 (2017)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Giant Cotton' O.Bres
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:78 (2017)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia moorei Hort.Moore ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia flava L.
Originator: C.Azais, FR, 2011
Nominant: O.Bres, Violes, FR, 2016
Registrant: O.Bres, 8. 1. 2017
Horicultural comment: Registered 20. 7. 2017 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:78 (2017)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: for the very tall size of the autumn pitcher and its white color
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:78 (2017)
"There are two types of seasonal pitchers (Fig. 2). Spring pitchers grow to 70 cm tall with a little red color on its top. The autumn pitchers are white and about 90 cm tall and very strong. The hood is not very wide in relation to the size of the plant. The spring and autumn pitchers are so different that it would seem that they are from two different plants. The plant grows fairly quickly."
Sarracenia 'Giant' Savage Garden:90 (1998)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Giant' D'Amato
Publication: Savage Garden:90 (1998)
Synonym: =Sarracenia psittacina L.
Originator: P.D'Amato, from Ga., US
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 1998
Horicultural comment: 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
Sarracenia 'Godzuki' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:96 (2011)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Godzuki' D'Amato
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:96 (2011)
Synonym: =Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry * Sarracenia minor Walt.
Originator: L.Song, Fullerton, Ca., US, "many years ago" (i.e. before 2011)
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 2011
Registrant: P.D'Amato, 13. 6. 2011
Horicultural comment: Registered 20. 10. 2011 {JS}
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
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.
Several things are particularly noteworthy in Sarracenia 'Godzuki' D'Amato. The medium-sized bright yellow/green flowers open simultaneously with the opening of the first pitchers of the season (see Fig. 4 and Front Cover). The flower petals can last in prime condition for up to three weeks, around three times longer than typical American pitcher plants.
It is most unusual, but we have never seen pollen released by the anthers, however the stigmas are receptive to the pollen of other Sarracenia L..
Clumps of this clone can produce a floriferous display in spring. All of the pitchers face inward, toward the center growth point of the plant. The plant is very cold hardy, since Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry is one of its parents."
Sarracenia 'Golden Yellow' Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:127 (2003)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Golden Yellow' Hort. ex Kurata
Publication: Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:127 (2003)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ?
Nominant: Japan, before 2003
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Standard: Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:127 (2003)
Etymology: unknown
Description: none published
Sarracenia 'Golden-Red Jubilee' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:111 (2001)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Golden-Red Jubilee' J.Hummer
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:111 (2001) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv30n4p111_116.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v30n4p111_116.html#jubilee
Comment: priority for subspecies parentage but no subspecies name published
Synonym: =Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii (Wherry) Wherry * Sarracenia rubra subsp. alabamensis (Case & Case) Schnell
Originator: J.Hummer, Arlington, VA, USA, 5. 1997
Nominant: J.Hummer, 27. 12. 2000
Registrant: J.Hummer, 27. 12. 2000
Horicultural comment: Registered 28. 2. 2001 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:113 (2001)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after the colouration and pattern of the mature plants late in the season
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."
Sarracenia 'Gorey' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:136 (2011)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Gorey' J.Lechtman
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:136 (2011)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia gilpinii Bell & Case
Synonym: =Sarraceniapsittacina Michx. * Sarracenia riubra subsp. gulfensis Schnell
Originator: L.Song, Fullerton, Ca., USA
Nominant: P.D'Amato, Sebastopol, Ca., USA, 2011
Registrant: P.D'Amato, 31. 8. 2011
Horicultural comment: Registered 30. 12. 2011 {JS}
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
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)."
Sarracenia 'Green and White' Savage Garden:82 (1998)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Green and White' D'Amato
Publication: Savage Garden:82 (1998)
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: P.D'Amato
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 1998
Horicultural comment: name not registered with ICRA, traits doubtfully constant
Standard: Savage Garden:83 (1998)
Etymology: after the colour of the leaf
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."
Sarracenia 'Green Rosette' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:115 (2001)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Green Rosette' J.Hummer
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:115 (2001) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv30n4p111_116.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v30n4p111_116.html#rosette
Synonym: =Sarracenia psittacina Michx.
Originator: J.Hummer, Arlington, VA, USA, 5. 1988
Nominant: J.Hummer, 27. 12. 2000
Registrant: J.Hummer, 27. 12. 2000
Horicultural comment: Registered 28. 2. 2002 {JS}
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
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."
Sarracenia 'Green Veins' Carniv.Pl.:39 (1998)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Green Veins' T.Camilleri
Publication: Carniv.Pl.:39 (1998)
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Green' Carniv.Pl.:39 (1998)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Green' T.Camilleri
Publication: Carniv.Pl.:39 (1998)
Synonym: =Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood
Horicultural comment: name not acceptable (conflicting with Rec.19.D.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Hagoromo' 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:5 (1985)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Hagoromo' Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan
Publication: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:5 (1985)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia flava L.
Originator: K.Suzuki, Shunkyu-en Nursery, Yokohama
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Harukaze' 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Harukaze' Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan
Publication: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia catesbaei Elliott
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia purpurea L.
Originator: Kikuchi
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Harvest of Gold' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:115 (2001)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Harvest of Gold' J.Hummer
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:115 (2001) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv30n4p111_116.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v30n4p111_116.html#gold
Comment: priority for subspecies parentage but no subspecies name published
Synonym: =Sarracenia rubra subsp. alabamensis (Case & Case) Schnell * Sarracenia rubra subsp. gulfensis Schnell
Originator: J.Hummer, Arlington, VA, USA, 4. 1988
Nominant: J.Hummer, 11. 4. 1999
Registrant: J.Hummer, 24. 12. 2000
Horicultural comment: Registered 28. 2. 2002 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:116 (2001)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after the golden and red colours that are expressed most strikingly in the fall
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."
Sarracenia 'Heavily Veined' Carniv.Pl.:41 (1998)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Heavily Veined' auct. non Schnell ex Hort.Slack: T.Camilleri
Publication: Carniv.Pl.:41 (1998)
Synonym: =Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry
Horicultural comment: unacceptable homonym of [Sarracenia ' Heavily Veined ' {Schnell ex Hort.Slack}]
Sarracenia 'Heavily Veined' Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:71 (1986)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Heavily Veined' Schnell ex Hort.Slack
Publication: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:71 (1986)
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava var. ornata W.Bull ex Mast.
Originator: A.Slack
Nominant: D.E.Schnell
Registrant: A.Slack
Horicultural comment: name accepted (but cf. Rec.19.D.1., ICNCP), registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
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
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."
Sarracenia 'Horizon' Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:19 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Horizon' D.P.Evans ex P.Sheridan
Publication: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:19 (2009)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia catesbaei Elliott
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia purpurea var. burkii Schnell
Originator: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: D.P.Evans, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
Horicultural comment: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:19 (2009)
Etymology: after color pattern inside pitcher hood
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."
Sarracenia 'Hot Lips' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:121 (2016)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Hot Lips' P.Faulisi
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:121 (2016)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia moorei Hort.Veitch ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia flava var. ornata W.Bull ex Mast.
Originator: P.Faulisi, Sta.Clara Co., Cal., US, spring 2005
Nominant: "an admirer", 14. 3. 2014
Registrant: P.Faulisi, 7. 6. 2016
Horicultural comment: Registered 23. 12. 2016 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:121 (2016)
Propagation: division and cuttings
Etymology: after color pattern of peristome
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:121 (2016)
"This incredibly beautiful and highly popular pitcher plant is a very vigorous and stocky grower averaging heights of 75-80 cm or more on well-established older plants (Fig. 4). Pitchers start out green overlaid with bright white areolae directly under the nectar roll extending downward some 5-8 cm. The hood is large, ruffled and bright creamy white with deep reddish purple veins approximately 10 cm wide from side to side and 10 cm long from the back to the front with dark reddish purple non-bleeding veins. The fluted mouth attains comparable sizing with the hood and has a very smooth and glossy satin appearance. There is a prominent dark purple throat patch on the inside neck of the pitcher.
As the pitchers mature the lids become much whiter and the lips become deep crimson, giving the appearance of a lipstick application. The contrast of these colors makes for a strikingly beautiful presence. Like all Sarracenia moorei Hort.Veitch ex Mast., this cultivar produces pitchers all season with a more pronounced late summer burst of growth. These late season pitchers are not quite as big, but my personal observation over the years is that they are much more colorful."
Sarracenia 'Hugh Jampton' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.37:44 (2008)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Hugh Jampton' A.M.Selwyn
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.37:44 (2008)
Comment: priority for supposed parentage
Synonym: =?Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry
Originator: S.Locke, from seed from CPS (UK), 1989
Nominant: A.M.Selwyn, Hampshire, UK, 6. 2006
Registrant: A.M.Selwyn, 18. 7. 2007
Horicultural comment: Registered 12. 9. 2008 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.37:45 (2008)
Propagation: by vegetative means only
Etymology: after a character in the BBC radio series "The Goon Show"
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.
Pitcher venation becomes more extensive and coarser with height, reaching a maximum on both upper and lower surfaces of the hood. Here the colouration appears to bleed from the veins into surrounding tissue. Areas between the deeply coloured veins may be shaded with colour or speckled as if spattered with paint.
A substantial throat patch liberally supplied with nectar glands spans the full width of the column, the central portion extending vertically down into the pitcher interior and upwards the full length of the hood. This vertical extension of the throat patch may also be repeated on the upper surface of the hood and down through the column. Viewed from above, the near circular hood has a distinct wave and a pronounced spur. Flexure of the column may draw both sides of the hood together until they touch abaxially.
Initially red, both the pitcher venation and throat patch darken to purple as the pitchers mature.
In autumn, recurvate phyllodia up to 15cm (6 inches) tall are grown which persist through the following winter and spring. Curvature of phyllodia is of a much lesser extent than is typically seen in Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry.
Large, butter-yellow flowers appear to share the characteristics of both Sarracenia flava L. and Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry equally. There is a faint, musty perfume reminiscent of Sarracenia flava L..
Sarracenia ' Hugh Jampton ' A.M.Selwyn was raised from seed in 1989 by UK grower Stephen Locke. The seed was sourced from the Carnivorous Plant Society seedbank and labelled as being Sarracenia flava var. rugelii (Shuttlew. ex A.DC.) Mast.. As the plant grew, Stephen soon realised that it was in fact a hybrid. The true parentage is uncertain, but it seems likely that the plant is an introgressed hybrid of Sarracenia flava L. and Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry."
Sarracenia 'Hummer's Hammerhead' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:111 (2001)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Hummer's Hammerhead' J.Hummer
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:111 (2001) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv30n4p111_116.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v30n4p111_116.html#hammer
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia gilpinii Bell & Case
Synonym: =Sarracenia psittacina Michx. * Sarracenia rubra subsp. alabamensis (Case & Case) Schnell * Sarracenia rubra subsp. alabamensis (Case & Case) Schnell
Originator: J.Hummer, Arlington, VA, USA, 5. 1992
Nominant: B.McLaughlin, 1996
Registrant: J.Hummer, 1. 12. 1999
Horicultural comment: Registered 28. 2. 2002 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.37:64 (2008)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after the peculiar shape of the pitcher hood
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.
Pitcher venation becomes more extensive and coarser with height, reaching a maximum on both upper and lower surfaces of the hood. Here the colouration appears to bleed from the veins into surrounding tissue. Areas between the deeply coloured veins may be shaded with colour or speckled as if spattered with paint.
A substantial throat patch liberally supplied with nectar glands spans the full width of the column, the central portion extending vertically down into the pitcher interior and upwards the full length of the hood. This vertical extension of the throat patch may also be repeated on the upper surface of the hood and down through the column. Viewed from above, the near circular hood has a distinct wave and a pronounced spur. Flexure of the column may draw both sides of the hood together until they touch abaxially.
Initially red, both the pitcher venation and throat patch darken to purple as the pitchers mature.
In autumn, recurvate phyllodia up to 15cm (6 inches) tall are grown which persist through the following winter and spring. Curvature of phyllodia is of a much lesser extent than is typically seen in Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry.
Large, butter-yellow flowers appear to share the characteristics of both Sarracenia flava L. and Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry equally. There is a faint, musty perfume reminiscent of Sarracenia flava L.."
Sarracenia 'Hummer's Okee Classic' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:114 (2001)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Hummer's Okee Classic' J.Hummer
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:114 (2001) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv30n4p111_116.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v30n4p111_116.html#classic
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia rehderi Bell
Synonym: =Sarracenia rubra subsp. alabamensis (Case & Case) Schnell * Sarracenia minor var. okefenokeensis Schnell
Originator: J.Hummer, Arlington, VA, USA, 1991
Nominant: J.Hummer, 6. 4. 1999
Registrant: J.Hummer, 7. 4. 1999
Horicultural comment: Registered 28. 2. 2002 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:113 (2001)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after the obvious influence of the pollen parent
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."
Sarracenia 'Hurricane Creek White' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.33:19 (2004)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Hurricane Creek White' J.Hummer
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.33:19 (2004) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv33n1p19_22.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v33n1p19_22.html#White
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: J.H.Hummer, Rutherglen, VA, USA, 1991
Nominant: J.H.Hummer
Registrant: J.H.Hummer, 8. 9. 2002
Horicultural comment: Registered 8. 9. 2004 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.33:32 (2004)
Propagation: seed
Etymology: after the provenience and the colour of the cultivar
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."
Sarracenia 'Iamsatyricon' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:78 (2017)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Iamsatyricon' A.Amici
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:78 (2017)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia moorei Hort.Moore ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: A.Amici, Bologna, IT, spring 2010
Nominant: A.Amici
Registrant: A.Amici, 17. 1. 2017
Horicultural comment: Registered 20. 7. 2017 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:79 (2017)
Propagation: rhizome division
Etymology: after the nickname of and in memoriam Marco Pezzilli, first grower of the cultivar
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:798 (2017)
"But one in particular is the most beautiful and captures the attention: it is a brilliant Sarracenia L. with tall pitchers up to 80 cm, with a mouth which does not exceed 4 cm, finely pubescent, and velvety. The lid is wider, wavy and with a strongly marked edge of purple, with a subtle but firm grain, as if marked with ink (Fig. 3).
But it is the coloring that is its strong point: about a third of the top of the pitcher is almost completely white, pure white as fresh snow in the sun, brilliant, with very few well-defined veins in a network of purple. In the throat, the veins are sparse and bright white highlights a very marked pink spot, which resembles the shape of a moth, before descending into the trap.
The green part of the trap has the typical shades of Sarracenia leucophylla Raf., then a green to gray, slightly pale and reflective when exposed to bright sun. The flower is 60 cm tall, almost completely red, with delicately edged petals of yellow orange.
A high environmental humidity during the period of growth and exposure to the intense and strong sun determines the best result for both the colors and for the growth of the plant."
Sarracenia 'Illuminated Hut' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.41:118 (2012)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Illuminated Hut' S.Amoroso
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.41:118 (2012)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia umlauftiana Hort.Hefka
Synonym: =Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia psittacina Michx. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: S.Amoroso, AU, 22. 1. 2008
Nominant: S.Amoroso, 10. 2011
Registrant: S.Amoroso, 3. 2. 2012
Horicultural comment: Registered 13. 11. 2012 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:14 (2000)
Propagation: rhizome divisions
Etymology: the lid's shape takes on the roof of a hut, hence the term "Hut", and the fenestrations on the lid, hence the term "Illuminated"
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.41:118 (2012)
"I developed Sarracenia 'Illuminated Hut' S.Amoroso by transferring the pollen from a tall, vigorous Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. onto the stigma of a Sarracenia purpurea L. * sarracenia courtii Hort.Veitch ex Wilson that has short pitchers and appear pink to light purple in full sunlight. Both parent plants have a dark red petal color. (...) The plant is just over three years old and the adult pitchers have so far attained a height of 38 cm.
Unlike many Sarracenia purpurea L. or Sarracenia psittacina Michx. hybrids, this particular plant has characteristics very similar to Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. due to the ruffled lid, fenestrations on the lid, and its tall habit. In contrast to Sarracenia leucophylla Raf., the lid and top section of the pitcher takes on a bright pink coloration, the pitchers are shorter than the parent Sarracenia leucophylla Raf., and have a sturdy habit. Furthermore, the lid is slightly opened at the top, allowing for the opportunity of a small amount of rainwater to enter the pitchers (see Fig. 3). This plant has not flowered so far, although it is expected to in a year's time.
A very strong plant, Sarracenia 'Illuminated Hut' S.Amoroso is resistant to short periods of heavy rain, maintaining its upright growth. The attractive color of the lid and mouth region of the pitcher attracts flying insects."
Sarracenia 'Imhotep' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:14 (2000)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Imhotep' B.Rice
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:14 (2000) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv29n1p14_21.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v29n1p14_21.html#imhotep
Comment: ?later synonym of Sarracenia miniata Hort.Slack ex Cheek /?later synonym of Sarracenia rehderi Bell
Synonym: =?Sarracenia minor Walt. * Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood /?Sarracenia minor Walt. * Sarracenia rubra Walt.
Originator: possibly L.Song, Jr., before 1990
Nominant: B.Rice, 2. 10. 1999
Registrant: B.Rice, Davis, USA, 20. 10. 1999
Horicultural comment: Registered 30. 3. 2000 {JS}
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
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."
Sarracenia 'Issei' Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:127 (2003)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Issei' Hort. ex Kurata
Publication: Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:127 (2003)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ?
Nominant: Japan, before 2003
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Standard: Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:127 (2003)
Etymology: possibly after Issei nursery, Japan
Description: none published
Sarracenia 'Jambalaya' Savage Garden:97 (1998)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Jambalaya' D'Amato
Publication: Savage Garden:97 (1998)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ?
Originator: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner, NCU, Chapel Hill
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
Horicultural comment: registration preliminary (standard missing)
Description: Savage Garden:97 (1998)
"The pitchers are greenish with red veining, with flared fan-like ruffled heads tinted red."
Sarracenia 'Jeremy' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.41:117 (2012)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Jeremy' L.Logoteta
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.41:117 (2012)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia mitchelliana W.Bull ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: L.Logoteta, Manteca, US, 1999
Nominant: L.Logoteta, 2012
Registrant: L.Logoteta, 11. 4. 2012
Horicultural comment: Registered 13. 11. 2012 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.41:117 (2012)
Etymology: after first name of originator's son
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.41:117 (2012)
"I sowed the seed and selected one seedling which after 5 years revealed red flowers like the parents and the pitchers resemble a blend of the colorful venation of Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. with more upright and narrower pitchers than exhibited by Sarracenia mitchelliana W.Bull. (...) The pitchers grow to a height of 40 to 45 cm with a lid that is wavy with a rich, red venation under it (see Fig. 2). Right now the rhizome is divided and each one has a flower spike. The plant grows quite vigorously and the best pitchers grow in the fall like the Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. parent which last a long time before going dormant."
Sarracenia 'Jessica' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:90 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Jessica' J.Addington
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:90 (2009)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia areolata Macf.
Synonym: =Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: J.Addington, Stanwood, WA, US
Nominant: J.Addington, 15. 5. 2007
Registrant: J.Addington, 5. 12. 2008
Horicultural comment: Registered 26. 12. 2009 {JS}
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
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(...).
This is not a strongly colored plant. Rather, Sarracenia ' Jessica ' J.Addington exhibits a grace and formal elegance that has made it a constant favorite of mine. On this plant, with its patrician appearance, it always delights and amuses me to see the explosion of gorgeous, incongruous clear-pink flowers that it produces each spring."
Sarracenia 'John Smith' Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:30 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'John Smith' P.Sheridan
Publication: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:30 (2009)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia catesbaei Elliott
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia purpurea L.
Originator: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
Horicultural comment: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:30 (2009)
Etymology: after N American colonists' captain
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."
Sarracenia 'John's Autumnal Splendor' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:114 (2001)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'John's Autumnal Splendor' J.Hummer
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:114 (2001) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv30n4p111_116.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v30n4p111_116.html#splendor
Comment: priority for subspecies parentage but no subspecies name published
Synonym: =Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii (Wherry) Wherry * Sarracenia rubra subsp. alabamensis (Case & Case) Schnell
Originator: J.Hummer, Arlington, VA, USA, 1980's
Nominant: J.Hummer, 1988
Registrant: J.Hummer, 1. 12. 1999
Horicultural comment: Registered 28. 2. 2002 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:113 (2001)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after the beautiful gold and brown colours in the fall leaves
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."
Sarracenia 'Johnny Marr' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:120 (2010)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Johnny Marr' M.Soper
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:120 (2010)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia catesbaei Elliott
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava var. cuprea Schnell * Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa (Raf.) Wherry * Sarracenia flava var. cuprea Schnell
Originator: 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
Horicultural comment: Registered 29. 12. 2010 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:120 (2010)
Propagation: by division only
Etymology: after the guitarrist Johnny Marr
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."
Sarracenia 'Judith Hindle' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.22:38 (1993)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Judith Hindle' D'Amato
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.22:38 (1993) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv22n1p38.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v22n1p38.html#Judith
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia ' Rosamund Pollock ' Hort.Bruce ex F.Waracek
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia purpurea L.
Originator: A.Hindle, 1985
Nominant: P.D'Amato
Registrant: P.D'Amato, California Carnivores, 7020 Trenton-Healdsburg Rd., Forestville, CA 95436, USA
Horicultural comment: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.22:38 (1993)
Etymology: after originator's wife
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."
Sarracenia 'Judy' Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:78 (1986)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Judy' Hort.Slack ex D'Amato
Publication: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:78 (1986)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia excellens W.Bull
Synonym: =Sarracenia minor Walt. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia minor Walt.
Originator: A.Slack, Somerset, before 1986
Nominant: A.Slack
Registrant: P.F.Gardner, Marston Exotics, Brampton Lane, Madley, Hereford, HR2 9LX, England, 1. 9. 1998
Horicultural comment: Registered 11. 10. 2002 {JS}
Standard: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:79 (1986)
Etymology: after John Spiers' (Adrian Slack's partner) wife Judy
Description: Savage Garden:95 (1998)
"Is Sarracenia minor Walt. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * + Sarracenia minor Walt., with a highly domed lid and many light + windows."
Sarracenia 'Juthatip Soper' The Garden (UK) 1998:837 (1998)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Juthatip Soper' M.Soper
Publication: The Garden (UK) 1998:837 (1998)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia mitchelliana W.Bull ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: M.Soper, Southampton, UK, 7. 11. 1997
Nominant: M.Soper, 9. 9. 1998
Registrant: M.Soper, 25. 10. 2007
Awards/patents: RHS Award of Merit & cultural commendation at August Westminster Show 1998; gold medal exhibit at Great Autumn Show 1998, both UK (RHS)
Horicultural comment: Registered 6. 11. 2007 {JS}
Standard: The Garden (UK) 1998:837 (1998)
Propagation: tissue culture, vegetatively
Etymology: after originator's wife
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, delicately veined with wine purple. As the pitchers mature they darken to red-purple, giving superb contrast to the young pitchers."
Sarracenia 'Kaen' 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:5 (1985)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Kaen' Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan
Publication: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:5 (1985)
Comment: ?later synonym of Sarracenia mitchelliana W.Bull ex Mast.
Synonym: =?Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia purpurea L.
Originator: Toyoda
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Kasanenishiki' Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:121 (2003)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Kasanenishiki' Hort.Suzuki ex Kurata
Publication: Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:121 (2003)
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: C.Tarnok, 1973, from Perdido region, Baldwin Co., Ala., US
Nominant: Japan, before 2003
Horicultural comment: =[Sarracenia ' Tarnok ' {R.Determann & Groves}]
Standard: Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:121 (2003)
Etymology: unknown
Description: none published
Sarracenia 'Katerina' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.33:83 (2004)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Katerina' Studnicka
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.33:83 (2004) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv33n3p83_89.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v33n3p83_89.html#katerina
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia mitchelliana W.Bull ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: M.Studnicka, 1996
Nominant: M.Studnicka, Bot.Gard. Liberec, Czech Republic
Registrant: M.Studnicka, 7. 7. 2003
Translation: Sarracenia ' Catherine ' M.Studnicka (English)
Horicultural comment: Registered 30. 12. 2004 {JS}
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
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.."
Sarracenia 'Kilimanjaro' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:56 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Kilimanjaro' J.Addington
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:56 (2009)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia ' Ladies in Waiting ' Mellichamp & Gardner
Synonym: =Sarracenia psittacina Michx. * Sarracenia rubra Walt. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: J.Addington, Stanwood, WA, US, 12. 1997
Nominant: J.Addington, 9. 2005
Registrant: J.Addington, 5. 12. 2008
Horicultural comment: Registered 30. 7. 2009 {JS}
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
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."
Sarracenia 'Kiyohime' 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Kiyohime' Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan
Publication: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia ' Rosamund Pollock ' Hort.Bruce ex F.Waracek
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Kyodainishiki' 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:5 (1985)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Kyodainishiki' Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan
Publication: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:5 (1985)
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia ?
Originator: Tamari
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Kyokanoko' 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:5 (1985)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Kyokanoko' Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan
Publication: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:5 (1985)
Comment: ?later synonym of Sarracenia excellens W.Bull
Synonym: =?Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia minor Walt.
Originator: Tamari
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Standard: Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:126 (2003)
Etymology: unknown
Sarracenia 'Kyonishiki' 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Kyonishiki' Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan
Publication: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
Comment: priority for parentage
Synonym: =Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: K.Suzuki, Shunkyu-en Nursery, Yokohama
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Ladies in Waiting' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.27:39 (1998)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Ladies in Waiting' Mellichamp & Gardner
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.27:39 (1998) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv27n2p38_40.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v27n2p38_40.html#ladies
Comment: priority for parentage
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia rubra Walt. * Sarracenia psittacina Michx.
Originator: Dr. W.Stoutamire, 1985
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
Registrant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
Horicultural comment: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
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
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."
Sarracenia 'Lamentations' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:47 (2000)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Lamentations' D'Amato
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:47 (2000) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv29n2p46_48.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v29n2p46_48.html#lamentation
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ?
Originator: ?California State University, Fullerton, USA, 1980s
Nominant: P.D'Amato, California Carnivores, Forestville, USA, 1995
Registrant: P.D'Amato, 15. 1. 2000
Horicultural comment: Registered 4. 7. 2000 {JS}
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
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."
Sarracenia 'Langford Williams' Carniv.Pl.Soc.J.(UK) 28:30 (2006)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Langford Williams' L.Williams
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Soc.J.(UK) 28:30 (2006)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia areolata Macf.
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood
Originator: L.Williams, from P & J Plants, Hereford, England, late spring 2003
Nominant: L.Williams, Swansea, UK, 2005
Registrant: L.Williams, 2006
Horicultural comment: Registered 3. 6. 2006 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Soc.J.(UK) 28:30&31 (2006)
Etymology: after the nominant (?)
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."
Sarracenia 'Laughing Wizard' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:107 (2014)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Laughing Wizard' M.Hutley
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:107 (2014)
Comment: (earlier) synonym of Sarracenia soperi Cheek
Synonym: =Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood * Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora Schnell
Originator: M.Hutley, Breintree, Essex, UK, 2009
Nominant: M.Hutley, 12. 6. 2014
Registrant: M.Hutley, 25. 6. 2014
Horicultural comment: Registered 15. 9. 2014 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:107 (2014)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: due to the wizard hat appearance of the lid and the peristome shape that makes the plant look like it is laughing
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:107 (2014)
"Early in the growing season, the pitcher is all red except for a yellow/green lid that has a distinc- tive pointed curl at its peak. There is a large neck between the lip and the base of the lid. As the year progresses, the lid develops a deep red color with heavy veins. The pitcher mouth is oval, which gives it the laughing appearance, and the throat gets very dark - making the pitcher look like it's wearing a pointy wizard hat.
The main features of the plant are the deep red body of the pitcher, dark throat, dark oval lip which looks like its laughing, and the heavily veined wizard hat shaped lid which curls up to a point."
Sarracenia 'Leah Wilkerson' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.34:27 (2005)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Leah Wilkerson' B.Garcia
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.34:27 (2005) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv34n1p27_28.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v34n1p27_28.html
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia moorei Hort.Veitch ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: B.Garcia, 5. 2002, from Walton Co., Fla., US
Nominant: B.Garcia, Atlanta, Ga., US
Registrant: B.Garcia, 12. 4. 2004
Horicultural comment: Registered 10. 10. 2005 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.34:28 (2005)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: in honour of the steward of the site where this cultivar occurs naturally
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."
Sarracenia 'Legacy' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.44:35 (2015)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Legacy' R.Co
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.44:35 (2015)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia moorei Hort.Veitch ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: B.Garcia, US, 2008
Nominant: R.Co, Pacifica, Ca., US, 2012
Registrant: R.Co, 24. 9. 2014
Horicultural comment: Registered 9. 4. 2015 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.44:35, 40 (back cover) (2015)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after parent plants of the hybrid and after the persons they were named after
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.44:35 (2015)
"Sarracenia ' Legacy ' R.Co is a cross of Sarracenia ' Leah Wilkerson ' B.Garcia * Sarracenia ' Adrian Slack ' B.Hanrahan & B.Rice produced by Brooks Garcia in 2008, which I grew out from seed. Out of a very small handful of seeds that Brooks sent to me that year, I was only able to germinate two seedlings. Sarracenia ' Legacy ' R.Co was the only plant to survive and grow from that particular batch. (...)
Young pitchers start off predominantly greenish, with traces of white in the upper portion. As pitchers mature under intense light, the white top portion of the pitcher intensifies and spreads, and a strong prominent dark red splotch develops in the throat (Fig. 4 and Back Cover). These features have been stable in both outdoor and greenhouse conditions. The pitchers of Sarracenia ' Legacy ' R.Co typically attain a height of 60-75 cm however larger pitchers have been observed. Blooms are yellowish-cream with light hints of pink on the sepals (Fig. 4)."
Sarracenia 'Leigha Simone' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:34 (2016)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Leigha Simone' E.Morrow
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:34 (2016)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia moorei Hort.Veitch ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora Schnell
Originator: E.Morrow, Russelville, Kentucky, US, 2011 from seeds received from O.Bres, FR
Nominant: E.Morrow, 2015
Registrant: E.Morrow, 22. 11. 2015
Horicultural comment: Registered 14. 5. 2016 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:34, 35 (2015)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after originator's daughter
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:34 (2016)
"The first thing that caught my eye about this plant is its color. When the pitchers are just about to open, it is bright red with a very yellow hood (Fig. 2), just like a nice Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora Schnell. When the pitchers open, they resemble a Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora Schnell with a frilly spotted hood. The pitchers are about 75 cm tall with a thick tube, medium sized hood, and a thin peristome. As the pitchers age, they get thick and waxy looking and turn from a bright red to a purple/burgundy color with purplish/black veins and pinkish/white spots on the hood (Fig. 3). The flowers have reddish orange petals with a yellow tips (Fig. 2). The plant is a vigorous grower, dividing regularly and showing hybrid vigor."
Sarracenia 'Lemon' Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:20 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Lemon' P.Sheridan
Publication: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:20 (2009)
Comment: (earlier) synonym of Sarracenia soperi Cheek
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood
Originator: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
Horicultural comment: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:20 (2009)
Etymology: after flower color
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."
Sarracenia 'Leo Song' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:137 (2011)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Leo Song' P.D'Amato
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:137 (2011)
Synonym: =Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa (Raf.) Wherry * Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry
Originator: L.Song, Fullerton, Ca., USA
Nominant: P.D'Amato, Sebastopol, Ca., USA, 2011
Registrant: P.D'Amato, 31. 8. 2011
Horicultural comment: Registered 30. 12. 2011 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:137 (fig. 3), 138 (fig. 4) (2011)
Etymology: after originator
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.
Most striking in this clone is the sizable flared collar or lid, reminding one of an outraged frilled lizard. It can be 10 cm across at its widest point. The interior of the collar is olive green with an extensive network of purple-red veining radiating outward from the mouth. The lid interior also inherits the spiny, silvery hairs of its Sarracenia purpurea L. parent. The collar edge is slightly kinked and undulating. The lower exterior of the collar has an unusual curling edge at either end reminiscent of the eyes of a primitive aboriginal ritual mask.
Flower petals are pinkish red and intermediate in length between the two parents. All the curved pitchers face inward toward the grow point and common off-shoots can develop into extensive clumps over time (see Fig. 4). Thanks to its Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry parent, Sarracenia ' Leo Song ' P.D'Amato is also very cold hardy."
Sarracenia 'Lochness' Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:84 (1986)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Lochness' Hort.Slack
Publication: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:84 (1986)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia excellens W.Bull
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia minor Walt.
Originator: A.Slack, Somerset, 1963
Nominant: A.Slack
Registrant: A.Slack
Horicultural comment: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Standard: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:82 (1986)
Etymology: after the lake in Scotland
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."
Sarracenia 'Lynda Butt' Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:85 (1986)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Lynda Butt' Hort.Slack ex D'Amato
Publication: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:85 (1986)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ?
Originator: A.Slack, Somerset, before 1986
Nominant: A.Slack
Registrant: P.F.Gardner, Marston Exotics, Brampton Lane, Madley, Hereford, HR2 9LX, England, 1. 9. 1998
Horicultural comment: Registered 11. 10. 2002 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:105 (2000) {B.Rice}
Etymology: after Lynda Butt, who worked at Adrian Slack's nursery
Description: Savage Garden:95 (1998)
"The pitchers are tall and narrow, with a ruffled lid and mottling around the mouth."
Sarracenia 'Margie Flowers' Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:21 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Margie Flowers' P.Sheridan
Publication: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:21 (2009)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia catesbaei Elliott
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia purpurea var. burkii Schnell
Originator: P.Sheridan, from W Fla., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
Horicultural comment: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:21 (2009)
Etymology: after Margie Sheridan
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."
Sarracenia 'Marston Clone' Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:81 (1986)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Marston Clone' Hort.Slack
Publication: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:81 (1986)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia moorei Hort.Veitch ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava var. maxima W.Bull ex Mast. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: 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
Horicultural comment: Registered 10. 10. 2002 {JS}; alternatively called [Sarracenia ' Marston Select ' {Hort.Slack}] in trade lists (pers. comm., Michael King, 2002)
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
IMAGE: http://omnisterra.com/botany/cp/pictures/sarracen/s_marstonclone.htm Standard Photo
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."
Sarracenia 'Marston Dwarf' Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:72 (1986)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Marston Dwarf' Hort.Slack
Publication: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:72 (1986)
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava var. ornata W.Bull ex Mast.
Originator: A.Slack
Nominant: A.Slack
Registrant: A.Slack
Horicultural comment: registration preliminary (standard missing)
Propagation: vegetative division
Etymology: after the introducer's establishment Marston Exotics, Somerset, England, and the small size of the plants
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."
Sarracenia 'Marston Mill' Carniv.Pl.:175 (1979)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Marston Mill' Hort.Slack ex Cheek
Publication: Carniv.Pl.:175 (1979)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia ' Rosamund Pollock ' Hort.Bruce ex F.Waracek
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia flava L.
Originator: T.Heneage & A.Slack
Nominant: A.Slack
Registrant: A.Slack & M.Cheek
Horicultural comment: 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."
Sarracenia 'Matoaka' Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:30 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Matoaka' P.Sheridan
Publication: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:30 (2009)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia farnhamii Hort.Farnham ex Robinson
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia rubra subsp. wherryi (Case & Case) Schnell
Originator: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
Horicultural comment: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:30 (2009)
Etymology: after beauty of plant
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."
Sarracenia 'Melissa Mazur' Carniv.Pl.Soc.J.(UK) 27:42 (2005)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Melissa Mazur' P.Wilson
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Soc.J.(UK) 27:42 (2005)
Synonym: =Sarracenia purpurea var. burkii Schnell
Originator: P.Wilson, ca. 1995
Nominant: P.Wilson, Martock, UK
Registrant: P.Wilson, 26. 9. 2005
Horicultural comment: Registered 14. 11. 2005 {JS}
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
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."
Sarracenia 'Mercury' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:77 (2017)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Mercury' C.Crow
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:77 (2017)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia ' Asahinishiki ' Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood * Sarracenia flava var. maxima W.Bull ex Mast. * Sarracenia flava L.
Originator: C.Crow, Carshalton, GB, 16. 11. 1994
Nominant: C.Crow, 12.4.2000
Registrant: C.Crow, 27. 12. 2016
Horicultural comment: Registered 20. 7. 2017 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:77 (2017)
Propagation: division
Etymology: after the first planet of our solar system
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:77 (2017)
"Sarracenia ' Mercury ' C.Crow has short pitchers usually about 35 cm tall which start off green with red veining and turn deep burgundy in full sun (Fig. 1). The pitchers are often retained during the winter and the flower is yellow. Sarracenia ' Mercury ' C.Crow is a hardy plant that requires a dormant period over winter so it can rest. If you are keeping it as a house plant put it somewhere unheated, in natural light, but do not let it dry out over winter. Keep the pot standing in a tray of rain water. It will survive outside in a sheltered location in the UK all year."
Sarracenia 'Mesa Exotics' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.42:147 (2013)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Mesa Exotics' P.Faulisi
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.42:147 (2013)
Synonym: =Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry * Sarracenia flavaL. * Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa (Raf.) Wherry * Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: P.Faulisi, Sta.Clara Co., Cal., US, spring 2000
Nominant: P.Faulisi, 2006
Registrant: P.Faulisi, 12. 6. 2013
Horicultural comment: Registered 26. 12. 2013 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.42:147 (2013)
Propagation: via division and cuttings
Etymology: after the establishment in which the cultivar was grown
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.42:147 (2013)
"The pitchers grow prolifically throughout the season, but are at their largest and most robust from spring through early summer. Mature, well-grown plants will carry pitchers 50-75 cm tall and 5-7.5 cm wide at the mouth, or possibly greater if grown in high humidity. The lids are slightly wider and longer than the mouth and gently undulate. Pitchers start out green with red veins, but as they mature the colors intensify and become a pale creamy green overlaid with thick, glowing, brilliant rust red veins with hints of magenta. These colors extend from the hood downward the entire length of the pitcher. By fall the entire inside of the throat is a shimmering plum purple which contrasts magnificently with the gorgeous exterior colors.
Flowers are a pale red to reddish orange based on the heat index during bud development and are carried in mass profusion on well-grown clumps."
Sarracenia 'Metallized' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.44:156 (2015)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Metallized' D.Righetti
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.44:156 (2015)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ?
Originator: D.Righetti, Milano, IT, spring 2010
Nominant: D.Righetti, 2015
Registrant: D.Righetti, 16. 4. 2015
Horicultural comment: Registered 22. 9. 2015 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.44:156-157 (2015)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after the iridescence of the interior pitcher surface
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.44:156 (2015)
"The pitcher color from early spring to late summer, if kept in full sunlight, is a flat and uniform red to dark red from the pitcher top to the rhizome (Figs. 1 & 2). There are no veins or color shades, with the exception of the lid where some pale veins are visible if seen against the light. The edge of the pitcher opening is irregular and angular. In autumn, some smaller pale red/pink pitchers are produced.
In spring 2015, the plant produced an 85-cm-tall flower stem with a pale red flower seen from above and yellow inside seen from below (Fig. 3). The pitchers seem to grow shorter if the plant is allowed to flower. It is possible that a mature plant could be taller than 76 cm if the flower is removed.
The name 'Metallized' has been chosen because the presence of vegetal waxes inside the pitcher and the absence of pubescence give to the leaves a particular metallic iridescent appearance if observed in full sun. The nuances that are seen by moving the leaves in the sun are difficult to reproduce photographically, as with the iridescence of sundews."
Sarracenia 'Miss Hyroko' in sched. (1985)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Miss Hyroko' Hort.Bot.Tuebingen
Publication: in sched. (1985)
Comment: ?later synonym of Sarracenia mitchelliana W.Bull ex Mast.
Synonym: =?Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia purpurea L.
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Moore's Melody' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:40 (1987)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Moore's Melody' Mellichamp & Gardner
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:40 (1987) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv16n2p39_42.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v16n2p39_42.html#melody
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia exornata W.Bull
Synonym: =Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood * Sarracenia purpurea var. burkii Schnell
Originator: J.C.Moore sr., Mobile, 1985
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
Registrant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
Horicultural comment: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Standard: from SE Miss. (UNCC), Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:29 (1987)
Propagation: rhizome division
Etymology: after the musically talented collector
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."
Sarracenia 'Mountain Splendor' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:79 (2010)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Mountain Splendor' J.Dallas
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:79 (2010)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia ' Triple Rarity ' J.Hummer
Synonym: =Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry * Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii (Wherry) Wherry
Originator: J.Dallas, Eagle Creek, OR, US, 5. 1999
Nominant: J.Dallas, 28. 5. 2007
Registrant: J.Dallas, 17. 6. 2010
Horicultural comment: Registered 4. 10. 2010 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:79 (2010)
Propagation: vegetative division
Etymology: after the provenance of the parent taxa and the quality of the cultivar
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:79 (2010)
"Its subtle colorations, profusion of flowers, and stately stature truly make it a splendor to behold.
In the early season, flowers and pitchers open at nearly the same time. Depending on rhizome size, a 1.2-cm division can have about 3 crowns, and will produce 5-7 pitchers ranging in size from 4 to 8 cm. Pitchers are green with golden hues interlaced with red veins. This first crop of leaves tend to have the robust round appearance of Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry, with a slight flaring of the lids as seen in the Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii (Wherry) Wherry parent. Production of these pitchers continues usually to the end of June depending on temperatures. Taller leaves often become floppy, but are often replaced with new ones. Growth slows some in the mid-summer heat, but resumes again in the cooler temperatures of late August (in Oregon). This next set of pitchers are usually shorter in stature (4.7 cm or less), have heavier red veining, and darken as the weather cools in late September similar to the Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii (Wherry) Wherry parent. Late summer and fall also brings production of recurved phyllodia similar in appearance to Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry, but much smaller.
Flowers on this plant are prolific and showy. A roughly 3-year-old plant from a 3- or 4-crown division can produce 12 to 13 flowers. Petals range in color from peach colored to lipstick red, and sepals tend to be two-tone red and gold before petal drop. Flowers are roughly 0.8 cm across - about half-way in size between the parents. They are strongly scented with a sweet almost Easter Lily-like scent. The plant fairly consistently produces open pitchers and flowers simultaneously, increasing the overall aesthetics.
A couple of other features are of note with this plant. One is its cold hardiness. Since both parents are of mountain origin (USDA zone 7a), it is remarkably cold hardy. Our plants have survived short periods of -5 degC with only a tarp for protection. The other feature of note is the vigorousness of the growth. This plant consistently doubles the size of its rhizome mass each season. It also lends itself to easy division for propagation due to fast growth of crowns."
Sarracenia 'Mutt Lange' Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:19 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Mutt Lange' P.Sheridan
Publication: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:19 (2009)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ?
Originator: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
Horicultural comment: name not established (insufficient description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:19 (2009)
Etymology: after Shania Twain's ex-husband
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:19 (2009)
"A complex cross."
Sarracenia 'Nagamoto' Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:126 (2003)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Nagamoto' Hort. ex Kurata
Publication: Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:126 (2003)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ?
Nominant: Japan, before 2003
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Standard: Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:126 (2003)
Etymology: unknown
Description: none published
Sarracenia 'Narrow Throat' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.42:66 (2013)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Narrow Throat' J.H.Lee
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.42:66 (2013)
Synonym: =Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood * Sarracenia ?
Originator: J.H.Lee, Seoul, KR, 2007
Nominant: J.H.Lee
Registrant: J.H.Lee, 5. 2. 2013
Horicultural comment: Registered 30. 6. 2013 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.42:66 (2013)
Propagation: asexually only
Etymology: after pitcher shape
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.42:66 (2013)
"The upper part of the pitcher tube is yellow and the lower part is green (Fig. 1). Red veins are spread evenly. The pitcher is about 40-60 cm long. The diameter depends on the height of the tube, but many are under 1 cm in diameter. The operculum is about 2 cm long and 2-3 cm wide and is entirely yellow with a red edge. The ends are bent around hazy red veins. The peristome is very thin and usually yellow, but sometimes a little reddish. The wing tends to be extremely wavy, becoming more severe in a hot climate. There are many cases when the width of the wing, about 2 cm, is longer than the diameter of the tube. The length of the wing is the same as the pitcher tube. Due to its small size, the pitchers have difficulty catching bugs. Digestive fluid also has a tendency to be wholly depleted at high temperatures, so it needs to grow almost through photosynthesis.
The flower is mostly yellow or green. The bract is green with some brown. The petals are a bright yellow. It can bear seeds, but few in number."
Sarracenia 'Night' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.36:55 (2007)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Night' Cahill
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.36:55 (2007)
Synonym: =Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood
Originator: 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
Horicultural comment: Registered 30. 7. 2007 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.36:56 (2007)
Etymology: after black throat of pitchers
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.
This clone has other interesting features as well. The base of the pitcher is blood red, and the top side of the hood is red and yellow with pronounced red venation. The contrast between the reticulated red venation is far greater than the upper pitcher. The pitcher tube constricts just below the mouth of the pitcher.
The entire time we have grown this plant, the pitcher coloration of the pitchers has been stable. Young pitchers start as a light lime-green with red venation. The coloration spreads from the veins to the webbing of the pitcher as the pitcher matures, until the overall red color is achieved. The pitchers become dark red, and the throats blacken, about 2-3 weeks after the pitchers open. As with many red-colored Sarracenia, this plant requires high light levels and high humidity to develop and maintain the red coloration. Small plants (<7.5cm high) do not develop the deep red colors but the venation is redder and more pronounced than typical Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood plants.
The flowers of this clone are typical for Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood, which confirms that this plant has not achieved its exceptional coloration through hybridization or introgression. The petals are cream colored and rounded. The sepals are light cream to yellow.
The rhizome readily forms lateral branches, which aids in propagation. This clone should only be propagated by vegetative means to maintain both the details of the dark red and black coloration on the pitchers and the high vigor of this selection.
The nomenclature of the red forms of Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood is rather vague. Don Schnell (2002) mentions red Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood plants, but he does not establish a name for them at the variety or from rank. Peter D'Amato (1998) mentions plants, using the descriptor Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood var.nigropurpurea D'Amato, to indicate specimens that have dark red or nearly black pitcher lid undersides. This term should be avoided since it has never been formally described, but the characteristics of Sarracenia ' Night ' Cahill would appear to be similar, if not identical."
Sarracenia 'Nikko' 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:5 (1985)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Nikko' Kusakabe ex Hinode-Kadan
Publication: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:5 (1985)
Synonym: =Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa (Raf.) Wherry
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'North' Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:24 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'North' P.Sheridan
Publication: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:24 (2009)
Comment: simultaneous synonym of Sarracenia ' South ' P.Sheridan, priority for varietal parentage but no variety name published
Synonym: =Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia purpurea var. burkii Schnell
Originator: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
Horicultural comment: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:24 (2009)
Etymology: after the northern (homozygous, anthocyanin-free) parent of the hybrid
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."
Sarracenia 'Ohedo' 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Ohedo' Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan
Publication: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
Comment: ?later synonym of Sarracenia ' Asahinishiki ' Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan
Synonym: =?Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood
Originator: Toyoda
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Okee Giant' Savage Garden:85 (1998)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Okee Giant' D'Amato
Publication: Savage Garden:85 (1998)
Synonym: =Sarracenia minor var. okefenokeensis Schnell
Originator: P.D'Amato, from Okefenokee Swamp, S Ga., US
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 1998
Horicultural comment: Registered 11. 6. 1999 {JS}
Standard: Savage Garden:12 (1998)
Etymology: after the provenience and the size of the plant
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)."
Sarracenia 'Opawa Emperor' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:56 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Opawa Emperor' M.Gilson
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:56 (2009)
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava var. cuprea Schnell
Originator: M.Gilson, Christchurch, NZ, 1984
Nominant: M.Gilson
Registrant: M.Gilson, 7. 8. 2008
Horicultural comment: Registered 30. 7. 2009 {JS}
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
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.
The mature plant has pitchers of 80-90 cm (31-35 in) in height with an almost perfectly round mouth of up to 90 mm (3.5 in) from lip to lip. New pitchers have a distinct copper blush to the top of the lids which extends, under good light conditions, to the top of the pitcher (see Back Cover). Sharply defined red veining is prominent on the top and inside the lid which also extends down the pitcher. The apiculate tip of the lid extends vertically and straight for 8-10 mm (0.3-0.4 in). Another characteristic is the prominent red vein which runs around the top of the lip. The ala has a red outer edge which extends the full length of the pitcher. The throat has the prominent red splotch typical of Sarracenia flava L. var. flava and Sarracenia flava var. rugelii (Shuttlew. ex A.DC.) Mast.; the splotch is surface pigmentation as it does not extend though to the outside. The top of the pitcher is highly flared with a very large rolled lip which is pale yellow in colour. The pitcher is a paler green than Sarracenia flava var. maxima Hort.Bull ex Mast.. In late summer, the lid loses its copper coloration and becomes butter yellow between the venation.
Another interesting feature of this plant is that it is the first of all of my Sarracenia L. to flower; at least a week in advance of others. The flowers are typical Sarracenia flava L. size and colour, and are extremely odorous. The sepals have similar coloration to the petals and have faint red veining. The petals are slightly spear-shape and remain flat until they drop. The plant readily sets seed although I have never attempted to raise it from seed so cannot say whether self-pollinated seed breeds true.
The plant is very vigorous and produces pitchers continuously through spring and summer; in late summer phyllodia appear. The spring pitchers tend to be the largest."
Sarracenia 'Orange Fire' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:39 (2010)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Orange Fire' C.Azais
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:39 (2010)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ?
Originator: G.Bachert, from a garden center, DE, 2005
Nominant: C.Azais, Marcellus, FR
Registrant: C.Azais, 19. 11. 2009
Horicultural comment: Registered 28. 7. 2010 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:39 (2010)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after colouration of pitchers in late season
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."
Sarracenia 'Phoenix' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.41:28 (2012)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Phoenix' C.Belanger
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.41:28 (2012)
Synonym: =Sarracenia purpurea L.
Originator: C.Belanger, from N.J. Pine Barrens, US, early 1990s
Nominant: C.Belanger, Sleepy Hollow, N.Y., US
Registrant: C.Belanger, 29. 10. 2011
Horicultural comment: Registered 18. 3. 2012 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.41:28 (2012)
Etymology: after the plant's history and dark maroon/red leaf color
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.41:28 (2012)
"The colors of this plant were striking: dark maroon/red throughout but the hood margin was lime green (see Fig. 2). Several years later I was treated with an additional bonus - the plant's flowers were orange/yellow - which made the plant even more unique (see Fig. 2)."
Sarracenia 'Pomegranate' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.41:119 (2012)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Pomegranate' S.Amoroso
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.41:119 (2012)
Comment: priority for parentage
Synonym: =Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry * Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia psittacina Michx. * Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia purpurea L.
Originator: S.Amoroso, AU, 2. 10. 2006
Nominant: S.Amoroso, 5. 2. 2012 ("29. 2. 2012" stated in registration form received on 5. 2. 2012)
Registrant: S.Amoroso, 3. 2. 2012
Horicultural comment: Registered 13. 11. 2012 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.41:119 (2012)
Propagation: division
Etymology: the red coloration on the lid is reminiscent to the surface of a pomegranate fruit
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.41:119 (2012)
"The pollen parent has short, very thin dark red pitchers, whereas the ovary parent is a pure green form of Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry that produces tall pitchers 60 cm in height. The pollen parent produces red petals reminiscent of Sarracenia purpurea L., whereas the ovary parent produces yellow petals. The resultant hybrid has flowered for two years in a row, the first time in spring 2010 and a second time in 2011. Petals are a light red color. No seeds have been produced to date. This plant is quite vigorous, producing new divisions relatively fast. Pitchers are tall, reaching up to 40 cm and are generally green with a red tint on the lid and the top section behind the pitcher. The lid has a unique appearance, taking on almost an inverted spoon shape and is pointed (see Fig. 4). The external surface of the pitcher is green in color, whereas the internal surface is heavily veined."
Sarracenia 'Powhatan' Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:30 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Powhatan' P.Sheridan
Publication: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:30 (2009)
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava L.
Originator: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
Horicultural comment: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:30 (2009)
Etymology: after stature of plant
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."
Sarracenia 'Premysl Otakar I' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:40 (2010)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Premysl Otakar I' M.Srba
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:40 (2010)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia mitchelliana W.Bull ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia purpurea L.) * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: M.Srba, Chomutov, CZ, 23. 8. 1999
Nominant: M.Srba
Registrant: M.Srba, 1. 2. 2010
Horicultural comment: Registered 28. 7. 2010 {JS}
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
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:40 (2010)
"The cultivar's pitchers are 50 - 60 cm tall, and 4 - 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."
Sarracenia 'Purple Helmet' Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:11 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Purple Helmet' P.Sheridan
Publication: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:11 (2009)
Synonym: =Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood
Originator: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
Horicultural comment: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:11 (2009)
Etymology: after coloration of pitcher hood
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:11 (2009)
"An interesting cultivar characterized by intense purple under the hood."
Sarracenia 'Purple Velvet' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.42:24 (2013)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Purple Velvet' S.Amoroso
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.42:24 (2013)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia comptonensis Hort.Gardner (nom.nud.)
Synonym: =Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa (Raf.) Wherry * Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood * Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia psittacina Michx. * Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia purpurea L.
Originator: S.Amoroso, AU, 10. 2006
Nominant: S.Amoroso, 27. 1. 2012
Registrant: S.Amoroso, 10. 12. 2012
Horicultural comment: Registered 30. 3. 2013 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.42:24, Fig.1 (right) (2013)
Etymology: after coloration of pitchers
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.42:24 (2013)
"While two of the seedlings raised from the same ovary have similar shaped pitchers, one of the plants is veined, green in color and larger in size (Fig. 1 left), whereas the second plant (Sarracenia ' Purple Velvet ' S.Amoroso, Fig. 1 right) is smaller in size and has characteristics unique to any other Sarracenia purpurea L. hybrid I have come across. The resultant hybrid produces decumbent pitchers that are similar in shape to Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa (Raf.) Wherry, although these are slightly thinner, pitchers are dark purple and the lid curves inwards. New pitchers are dark red in color, before intensifying into a dark purple color as the pitcher matures. Downward pointing hairs are present on the inner surface of the lid, as with the Sarracenia purpurea L. parent. The pitchers are currently 19 cm in height (including the lid) and 3 cm in width (6 cm across the lid). Characteristics inherited from the pollen parent include slightly thinner pitchers and their dark color. (...) This plant has so far not flowered, although both parent plants have the same red colored petals."
Sarracenia 'Randy Rable' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:106 (2014)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Randy Rable' D'Amato
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:106 (2014)
Comment: ?later synonym of Sarracenia rehderi Bell
Synonym: =?Sarracenia minor Walt. * Sarracenia rubra subsp. gulfensis Schnell
Originator: P.D'Amato, California Carnivores, US
Nominant: P.D'Amato, before 2014
Registrant: P.D'Amato, 24. 6. 2014
Horicultural comment: Registered 15. 9. 2014 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:106 (2014)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: after a friend of the introducer
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:106 (2014)
"Maximum pitcher height is 35 cm but it may get a bit taller. The pitcher tubes are green in the lower part, widening gradually to 3 cm wide at the mouth. The peristome or lip is very narrow, V-shaped and spouted, turning deep red. The broad lid covers the mouth opening almost entirely. Veining intensifies in the upper part of the pitcher to a bronzy brick red, with greenish areoles on the upper back of the pitcher. The underside of the lid is predominantly red in its forward parts. The flower is small with yellow petals that have an orange blush."
Sarracenia 'Red and White' Savage Garden:82 (1998)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Red and White' D'Amato
Publication: Savage Garden:82 (1998)
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: P.D'Amato
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 1998
Registrant: P.D'Amato, 31. 8. 2011
Horicultural comment: Registered 30. 12. 2011 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:139 (fig. 6) (2011)
Etymology: after the colour of the leaf
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."
Sarracenia 'Red Flame' Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:18 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Red Flame' P.Sheridan
Publication: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:18 (2009)
Comment: ?later synonym of Sarracenia mitchelliana W.Bull ex Mast.
Synonym: =?Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia purpurea var. burkii Schnell
Originator: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
Horicultural comment: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:18 (2009)
Etymology: after coloration of pitcher
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."
Sarracenia 'Red Lid' Sarracenia:20 (1996)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Red Lid' J. & J.Ainsworth
Publication: Sarracenia:20 (1996)
Synonym: =Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood
Originator: J. & J.Ainsworth
Nominant: J. & J.Ainsworth
Horicultural comment: name not registered with ICRA (standard missing)
Etymology: after the colour of the pitcher lid
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."
Sarracenia 'Red Rocket' Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:28 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Red Rocket' P.Sheridan
Publication: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:28 (2009)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia catesbaei Elliott
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia purpurea L.
Originator: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
Horicultural comment: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:28 (2009)
Etymology: after pitcher color and shape
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."
Sarracenia 'Red Ruffles' Savage Garden:76 (1998)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Red Ruffles' D'Amato
Publication: Savage Garden:76 (1998)
Synonym: =Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa (Raf.) Wherry
Originator: D.Agnostinelli, CSU, Sacramento
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 1998
Horicultural comment: Registered 11. 6. 1999 {JS}
Standard: Savage Garden:96 (1998)
Etymology: after the colour and shape of the pitcher lid
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."
Sarracenia 'Red Throat' Carniv.Pl.:39 (1998)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Red Throat' T.Camilleri
Publication: Carniv.Pl.:39 (1998)
Synonym: =Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Red Tube' Sarracenia:45 (1996)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Red Tube' auct. non D'Amato: J. & J.Ainsworth
Publication: Sarracenia:45 (1996)
Synonym: =Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood
Horicultural comment: unacceptable homonym of [Sarracenia ' Red Tube ' {D'Amato}], possibly a misprint of [Sarracenia ' Black Tube ' {J. & J.Ainsworth}]
Sarracenia 'Red Tube' Savage Garden:79 (1998)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Red Tube' D'Amato
Publication: Savage Garden:79 (1998)
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora Schnell
Originator: P.D'Amato, from Florida panhandle
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 1998
Horicultural comment: name not established, epithet illegitimate (later synonym of [Sarracenia ' Burgundy ' {Hort.Slack}])
Standard: Savage Garden:78 (1998)
Etymology: after the colour of the leaf
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. Commonly called Sarracenia ' Burgundy ' Hort.Slack in England, by Adrian Slack, and Sarracenia flava var. atropurpurea (Hort.Bull) Bell in the United States."
Sarracenia 'Red Velvet' Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:28 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Red Velvet' P.Sheridan
Publication: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:28 (2009)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia moorei Hort.Moore ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia flava L.
Originator: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
Horicultural comment: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:28 (2009)
Etymology: after petal color and texture
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:28 (2009)
"An =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia flava L. cross with red petals that feel like velvet."
Sarracenia 'Red Viper' Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:25 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Red Viper' P.Sheridan
Publication: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:25 (2009)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ?
Originator: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
Horicultural comment: name not established (insufficient description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:25 (2009)
Etymology: after pitcher coloration
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:25 (2009)
"A secret cross by our genetics experts."
Sarracenia 'Reptilian Rose' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:12 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Reptilian Rose' T.H.Wyman
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:12 (2009)
Comment: priority for parentage
Synonym: =Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry * Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: P.Faulisi, 5. 2000
Nominant: T.H.Wyman, Stone Mountain, Ga., US, 5. 2004
Registrant: T.H.Wyman, 2. 12. 2008
Horicultural comment: Registered 10. 5. 2009 {JS}
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
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."
Sarracenia 'Robin Louise' Carniv.Pl.of the World:34 (1986)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Robin Louise' J. & P.Pietropaolo
Publication: Carniv.Pl.of the World:34 (1986)
Comment: priority for parentage
Synonym: =Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood * Sarracenia psittacina Michx.
Originator: ?J. & P.Pietropaolo, before 1986
Horicultural comment: 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
Sarracenia 'Rosamund Pollock' Gartenwelt 18:87 (1914)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Rosamund Pollock' Hort.Bruce ex F.Waracek
Publication: Gartenwelt 18:87 (1914)
Comment: priority for parentage
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia purpurea L.
Originator: F.Moore, Glasnevin, before 1914, ex cult. Manchester (A.J.Bruce 1914)
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Standard: Gartenwelt 18:85 (1914)
Sarracenia 'Royal Ruby' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:13 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Royal Ruby' T.H.Wyman
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:13 (2009)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia moorei Hort.Veitch ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: P.Faulisi, from N Fla., US, 1991
Nominant: P.Faulisi, US, 5. 2004
Registrant: T.H.Wyman, 2. 12. 2008
Horicultural comment: Registered 10. 5. 2009 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:15 (2009)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: after regal beauty of plant and colouration similar to Burmese rubies
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."
Sarracenia 'Rubis Rare' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.44:161 (2015)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Rubis Rare' A.Sanguet
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.44:161 (2015)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ?
Originator: M.Lecoufle, FR, 2005
Nominant: A.Sanguet, Chambery, FR, 2015
Registrant: A.Sanguet, 28. 4. 2015
Horicultural comment: Registered 22. 9. 2015 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.44:161-162 (2015)
Etymology: French for "rare ruby", after colouration of plant
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.44:161 (2015)
"The plant is 60 cm tall bearing initially orange pitchers which quickly turn red, copper, and purple (Figs. 8 & 9). The underside of the lid is pubescent. The flower is large, with bright yellow bracts and sepals (Fig. 9) that tend to become copper as the season progresses. The first spring pitchers are usually aborted, very small and broadly winged, but they become better shaped during the summer. This plant doesn't produce a lot of well-formed pitchers. (...)
This hybrid is probably complex, but has certain characteristics of Sarracenia purpurea L.. Nevertheless, its yellow flower and red pitchers indicate a probable crossing with Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora D.Schnell or Sarracenia flava var. atropurpurea (W.Bull ex Mast.) W.Bull ex W.Robinson or with Sarracenia alata var. nigropurpurea D'Amato ex S.McPherson & Schnell."
Sarracenia 'Ruby Throat' Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:18 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Ruby Throat' P.Sheridan
Publication: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:18 (2009)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia areolata Macf.
Synonym: =Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
Horicultural comment: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:18 (2009)
Etymology: after coloration of pitcher throat
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:18 (2009)
"A cross between Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood and Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.."
Sarracenia 'Rudolf II' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:41 (2010)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Rudolf II' M.Srba
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:41 (2010)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia ' Genyu ' Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan
Synonym: =Sarracenia purpurea L.) * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia minor var. okefenokeensis Schnell
Originator: M.Srba, Chomutov, CZ, 5. 1996
Nominant: M.Srba
Registrant: M.Srba, 1. 2. 2010
Horicultural comment: Registered 28. 7. 2010 {JS}
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
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.
Although the plant is a showstopper during the summer exhibitions, it is also superb in the spring due to its flowers, which are 6 - 8 cm in diameter and held on 60 - 80 cm tall stems. The superior (exposed) surfaces of petals and sepals are maroon, whil the inferior (hidden) surface is yellow. The umbrella-shaped style is green. Light yellow basal parts of petals form a consistent band surrounding the flower which is in great contrast to its maroon colour. Sepals and petals are remarkably solid and regularly shaped. Taken together, the quality of the Sarracenia ' Rudolf II ' M.Srba flowers exceeds those of similar bicoloured hybrids, especially in colour and shape. They are very suitable as cut flowers, thanks to tall, strong, and straight stems."
Sarracenia 'Sand Mountain' Savage Garden:95 (1998)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Sand Mountain' D'Amato
Publication: Savage Garden:95 (1998)
Synonym: =Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry
Originator: P.D'Amato, from Sand Mountain, Ala., US
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 1998
Horicultural comment: 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
Sarracenia 'Sanguinea' 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:5 (1985)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Sanguinea' Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan
Publication: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:5 (1985)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia courtii Hort.Veitch ex Wilson
Synonym: =Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia psittacina Michx.
Originator: Kikuchi & Toyoda
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP), Latin epithet (violating Art.19.13., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Saurus' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:122 (2016)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Saurus' P.Faulisi
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:122 (2016)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia moorei Hort.Veitch ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia flava var. ornata W.Bull ex Mast.
Originator: P.Faulisi, Sta.Clara Co., Cal., US, spring 2005
Nominant: R.Co, 2009
Registrant: P.Faulisi, 7. 6. 2016
Horicultural comment: Registered 23. 12. 2016 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:122 (2016)
Propagation: division and cuttings
Etymology: after huge proportions of cultivar
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:122 (2016)
"This cultivar, which has created quite a stir worldwide, is a true beast of a pitcher plant reaching towering heights of 85-100 cm or more on well-established older plants (Fig. 5). High ambient humidity during the growing season ensures big, robust pitcher growth. According to my many colleagues, this is one of the single largest cultivated pitcher plants they have ever seen. It?s certainly the largest I have ever created to date. There may be taller pitcher plants out there, but the overall girth and heftiness of this cultivar carries its weight as one of the biggest man made ever. It is a spectacle of the carnivorous pitcher plant kingdom.
Pitchers start out green overlaid with a medium red with a scattering here and there of white areolae directly under the nectar roll and extending downward 4 to 7.5 cm. The hood is large and heavily ruffled approximately 10-15 cm wide from side to side and 10-15 cm long from the back to the front. The heavily fluted mouth attains comparable sizing with the hood and has a very smooth and glossy appearance.
As the pitchers mature they take on a deep plum/red color from the lid to approximately two thirds the length down the pitcher tube. The entire inside of the pitcher becomes a shimmering "metalized" rich, dark plum that has that highly polished and iridescent look in full sunlight.
Flowers are red and typical for a Sarracenia moorei Hort.Veitch ex Mast. and arise on stalks equally as tall as the pitchers. In late summer a secondary set of pitchers are produced that are also very tall and colorful, but not as robust in girth as the spring growth."
Sarracenia 'Saxapahaw' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.41:120 (2012)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Saxapahaw' V.Holland
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.41:120 (2012)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ?
Originator: V.Holland, Mebane, N.C., US, from plants sent in winter of 2009 by J.Stoner
Nominant: V.Holland, 20. 3. 2012
Registrant: V.Holland, 16. 5. 2012
Horicultural comment: Registered 13. 11. 2012 {JS}
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: after a Native American tribe of North Carolina's Haw River, whose history is also a mystery, and the name of a small but eclectic town
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.41:120 (2012)
"Two years passed and this plant grew to a stunning size in the spring, summer, and fall of 2010 and 2011. The plant exhibits outstanding colors and size and spreads vigorously in our gardens. (...) In the spring the plant sends up reddish pitchers tipped with 2-4 cm of blended bright yellow coloration. When the pitchers open, their insides are filled with pale yellow with distinct streaks of red veining patterns throughout the underside of the hood and their outer surfaces are speckled with pink reticulations (see Fig. 5 left). Once the plant is established for more than one year, tall pitchers up to 70 cm begin to darken throughout the summer season, the pitchers transition to burgundy, and peristomes change from a deep burgundy to ruddy brown in bright sun (see Fig. 5 right). The peristome widths range from 6 to 8 cm wide. Pitchers may reach sizes larger than recorded measurements if grown in bright conditions and left for repeated seasons without dividing. In fall this process repeats itself. The parental background of this plant is a mystery. It appears that this plant has ancestry from Sarracenia flava var. atropurpurea (Hort.Bull ex Mast.) Hort.Bull ex W.Robinson and Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.. The flowers are dark red, similar to Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. with pale blotches of yellow on each petal."
Sarracenia 'Sazareishi' 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Sazareishi' Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan
Publication: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ?
Originator: Tamari
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Scarlet Belle' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.32:25 (2003)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Scarlet Belle' Hanrahan
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.32:25 (2003) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv32n1p24_37.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v32n1p24_37.html#belle
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia wrigleyana Hort.Veitch ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia psittacina Michx. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: Bob Hanrahan, Carnivorous Plantation, Powder Springs, GA, USA, spring 1985
Nominant: Brian Hanrahan & J.Kruse, 7. 8. 2002
Registrant: Bob Hanrahan, 15. 11. 2002
Horicultural comment: 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.
Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. is noted as one of the best species of the genus for coloration and form. It has two pitchering seasons, and grows well in wet or semi-dry open savannas. Unfortunately for my target goal, it is a rather tall species, and mature plants only produce a few pitchers at a time. Its counterpart for this pairing, Sarracenia psittacina Michx., is a colorful low-growing rosette that prefers wet to soggy habitats. While Sarracenia psittacina Michx. plants can be found naturally in open locations, they seem to be more at home and are typically found in shady areas under shrubs or between tall grasses. One very desirable feature of this species is its propensity to produce an abundant quantity of pitchers that retain their color during the normal winter dormancy period.
Sarracenia wrigleyana Hort. Veitch ex Mast. (Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia psittacina Michx.) is an uncommon, but naturally occurring hybrid periodically found in Gulf Coast savanna bogs containing both parent species. I believe that the majority of Sarracenia wrigleyana Hort. Veitch ex Mast. plants result from crosses where the maternal parent is Sarracenia psittacina Michx.. This is because Sarracenia L. are protogynous, meaning the stigmas are mature and able to receive pollen before the stamens release pollen. Because of this, a Sarracenia L. flower is most likely to be pollinated by other flowers that matured earlier in the season. This aspect also serves to minimize self-pollination. Since Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. plants typically flower four to six weeks earlier than Sarracenia psittacina Michx., natural crosses between these two plants are more likely to involve a slightly late-blooming Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. (pollen parent) and a slightly early-blooming Sarracenia psittacina Michx. seed parent. As further evidence for my theory, most of the wild Sarracenia wrigleyana Hort. Veitch ex Mast. plants I have observed were near a group of Sarracenia psittacina Michx. plants. I believe this indicates the seeds germinated directly from or near the seed parent, i.e. Sarracenia psittacina Michx..
I wondered what the characteristics of Sarracenia wrigleyana Hort. Veitch ex Mast. would be look like if the parentage was reversed, i.e. if a Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. was the seed parent. From a production standpoint, Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. is a superior seed parent as it produces considerably more seed in the capsule than its counterpart. This aspect was important before the establishment of tissue culture reproduction for Sarracenia L.. Seed was the only viable means at that time to generate wholesale quantities of plants.
I removed pollen from a very compact and maroon colored Sarracenia psittacina Michx. and used it to pollinate a number of crimson red Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. plants. Seed was harvested, cleaned, refrigerated, and stratified for sowing the following year.
Sarracenia ' Scarlet Belle ' Hanrahan grows well in wet to semi-moist standard Sarracenia L. mixes. Coloration is best under full sun, but the plant tolerates and develops nice colors with lower light levels. It maintains pitchers throughout the year with some degradation in the winter months; growth spurts occur in the spring and late summer. It differs from typical Sarracenia wrigleyana Hort. Veitch ex Mast. with its intense scarlet red pitchers and vigorous habit that produces a profusion of pitchers. The pitchers are up to 40 cm long, slightly conically tapered, with the mouth turned toward the center of the plant; the mouth opening is variable in aperture, from being totally closed to 5 cm wide x 3 cm high on mature pitchers and flared triangular in shape; prominent areoles descend decreasingly from the pitcher's mouth. All parts of the flower perianth are deep burgundy red; the size is intermediate between Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. and Sarracenia psittacina Michx..
Older pitchers can be removed to stimulate new growth and to maintain the plant's esthetic balance."
Sarracenia 'Schnell's Ghost' Carniv.Pl.Trading Cat.:2 (1990)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Schnell's Ghost' Cheek
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Trading Cat.:2 (1990) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv30n1p11_14.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v30n1p11_14.html#ghost
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: 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
Horicultural comment: Registered 5. 7. 2001 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:12 (2001)
Etymology: after the introducer, Donald E. Schnell, and the colour of the pitchers
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."
Sarracenia 'Seiran' 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Seiran' Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan
Publication: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia ?
Originator: Toyoda
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Seiunkaku' 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Seiunkaku' Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan
Publication: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
Comment: ?later synonym of Sarracenia moorei Hort.Veitch ex Mast.
Synonym: =?Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia flava L.
Originator: Toyoda
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Seurat' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:136 (2011)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Seurat' J.Lechtman
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:136 (2011)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia formosa Hort.Veitch ex W.Robinson
Synonym: =Sarracenia minor Walt. * Sarracenia psittacina Michx. * Sarracenia minor Walt.
Originator: J.Northrop sr., before 5. 1996
Nominant: J.Lechtman, Vienna, Va., USA, 2011
Registrant: J.Lechtman, 5. 9. 2011
Horicultural comment: Registered 30. 12. 2011 {JS}
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)
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.40:136 (2011)
"Sarracenia ' Seurat ' J.Lechtman is notable primarily for
its areoles, splashing the hood of the plant with bright pink polka dots on a background of brick red, which suffuses the upper portions of each upright, stout pitcher (see Fig. 1). Lower portions of each pitcher narrow as they approach the crown, and the red fades into green. Flower petals are a deep rose in color, and sepals are green dusted with red."
Sarracenia 'Shiun' 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Shiun' Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan
Publication: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
Comment: ?later synonym of Sarracenia moorei Hort.Veitch ex Mast.
Synonym: =?Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia flava L.
Originator: Toyoda
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Short Pitcher' Carniv.Pl.:39 (1998)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Short Pitcher' T.Camilleri
Publication: Carniv.Pl.:39 (1998)
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Silvia Luise' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:23 (2014)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Silvia Luise' D.Righetti
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:23 (2014)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia moorei Hort.Veitch ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava var. rugelii (Shuttlew. ex A.DC.) Mast. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: D.Righetti, Milano, IT, 2008
Nominant: D.Righetti, 9. 2010
Registrant: D.Righetti, 13. 10. 2013
Horicultural comment: Registered 15. 5. 2014 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:23 (2014)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: after originator's friend
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:23 (2014)
"This plant has the same color and shape of Sarracenia leucophylla Raf., except for a very bright pink patch on the "neck" of the pitcher. It is different from similar clones of Sarracenia moorei Hort.Veitch ex Mast. having a pink neck because of the particular coloration: there is not one big pink blot on the neck, but there are two patches divided from the central nervation of the leaf that is white, as is the rest of the pitcher. The adult plant is about 70-80 cm tall with pitchers 4-5 cm wide. The flower is light red/orange. In spring, it produces smaller and not very colorful pitchers."
Sarracenia 'Snorkle' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.27:38 (1998)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Snorkle' Mellichamp & Gardner
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.27:38 (1998)
Comment: ?later synonym of Sarracenia courtii Hort.Veitch ex Wilson
Synonym: =Sarracenia psittacina Michx. * ?Sarracenia purpurea L.
Originator: W.Stoutamire, NCBG, prior to 1985
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
Horicultural comment: name not registered with ICRA (standard missing)
Etymology: after shape of pitchers
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."
Sarracenia 'Snow Lee' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:81 (2017)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Snow Lee' C.Yi
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:81 (2017)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia moorei Hort.Moore ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: C.Yi, Zunyi, CN
Nominant: C.Yi
Registrant: C.Yi, 17. 3. 2017
Horicultural comment: Registered 20. 7. 2017 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:81 (2017)
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:81 (2017)
"It has very beautiful pitchers with a white lid in summer and dense red veins in autumn (Fig. 5). The pitcher to lid ratio is perfect. It is vigorous with large pitchers and easy to grow."
Sarracenia 'Snowflake' Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:20 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Snowflake' P.Sheridan
Publication: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:20 (2009)
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia ?
Originator: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
Horicultural comment: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:20 (2009)
Etymology: after shape of pitcher lid
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."
Sarracenia 'Sorrow' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.33:83 (2004)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Sorrow' Studnicka
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.33:83 (2004) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv33n3p83_89.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v33n3p83_89.html#sorrow
Synonym: =Sarracenia purpurea L.
Originator: 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
Horicultural comment: Registered 30. 12. 2004 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.33:85-86 (2004)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: in memoriam M.Studnicka jun., the originator's son
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."
Sarracenia 'South' Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:24 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'South' P.Sheridan
Publication: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:24 (2009)
Comment: simultaneous synonym of Sarracenia ' North ' P.Sheridan, priority for varietal parentage but no variety name published
Synonym: =Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia purpurea var. burkii Schnell
Originator: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
Horicultural comment: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:24 (2009)
Etymology: after the southern (heterozygous, pigmented) parent of the hybrid
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."
Sarracenia 'Spatter Pattern' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:47 (2000)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Spatter Pattern' D'Amato
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:47 (2000) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv29n2p46_48.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v29n2p46_48.html#spatter
Synonym: =?Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia rubra Walt. * Sarracenia ?
Originator: P.D'Amato, California Carnivores, Forestville, USA
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 1999
Registrant: P.D'Amato, 15. 1. 2000
Horicultural comment: Registered 4. 7. 2000 {JS}
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
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."
Sarracenia 'Stingray' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.42:148 (2013)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Stingray' P.Faulisi
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.42:148 (2013)
Synonym: =Sarracenia rubra Walt. * Sarracenia oreophila(Kearney) Wherry * Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa (Raf.) Wherry * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia purpurea L.
Originator: P.Faulisi, Sta.Clara Co., Cal., US, spring 2003
Nominant: P.Faulisi, 2013
Registrant: P.Faulisi, 12. 6. 2013
Horicultural comment: Registered 26. 12. 2013 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.42:148 (2013)
Propagation: via division and cuttings
Etymology: after undulating hood reminiscent of stingray wing movement
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.42:148 (2013)
"Adult pitchers are 40-50 cm tall and 4-6 cm wide at the mouth. The large, ruffled, white hood is held high on a 4-6 cm tall extended neck and is slightly overlapping with deep red veining outlining the brilliant white areolae and is beautifully suffused with varying shades of green and gold. New pitchers are flushed light pink when they first open then age to bright green heavily overlaid in the upper, outer throat region with white areolae outlined in red. The nectar roll is deep red as the pitchers age and this red color extends down the ala giving the plant a vertical red striped effect. As the pitchers age the areolae in the hood become a brilliant, sparkling white with red veining and buttery gold highlights filling in the spaces between them.
Flowers are peach overlaid with light pink and are beautifully striped red on the outer sepals."
Sarracenia 'Sultry Maid' Savage Garden:97 (1998)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Sultry Maid' D'Amato
Publication: Savage Garden:97 (1998)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ?
Originator: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner, NCU, Chapel Hill
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
Horicultural comment: not registered with ICRA (originator's consent missing)
Standard: Savage Garden:97 (1998)
Description: Savage Garden:97 (1998)
"The narrow green pitchers are topped with a broad, flattened, wavy lid heavily mottled in green, white, and red."
Sarracenia 'Sun Warrior' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:40 (1987)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Sun Warrior' Mellichamp & Gardner
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:40 (1987) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv16n2p39_42.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v16n2p39_42.html#warrior
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia catesbaei Elliott
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia purpurea L.
Originator: R.Gardner, North Carolina Botanical Garden, Chapel Hill, before 1983
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
Registrant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
Horicultural comment: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Standard: presumably from NC. (UNCC), Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:41 (1987)
Propagation: rhizome division
Etymology: from red veined colouration of pitchers
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."
Sarracenia 'Super Green Giant' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:114 (2001)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Super Green Giant' J.Hummer
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:114 (2001) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv30n4p111_116.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v30n4p111_116.html#giant
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia gilpinii Bell & Case
Synonym: =Sarracenia psittacina Michx. * Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii (Wherry) Wherry * Sarracenia rubra subsp. gulfensis Schnell
Originator: J.Hummer, Arlington, VA, USA, 1990's
Nominant: J.Hummer, 18. 11. 1999
Registrant: J.Hummer, 18. 11. 1999
Horicultural comment: Registered 28. 2. 2002 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:113 (2001)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after the large size and green colour of the plant
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."
Sarracenia 'Suspicion' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.36:53 (2007)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Suspicion' Selwyn
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.36:53 (2007)
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava L.
Originator: 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
Horicultural comment: Registered 30. 7. 2007 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.36:33(cover) (2007)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: as an allusion to envy, which is often signified by the colour green
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..
The slim and elegant pitchers are a bright, apple green when fresh, slowly fading to a lemon yellow by the end of the growing season. The sulphur-yellow flower with the usual musty perfume is entirely typical for the species.
Unlike some anthocyanin-free Sarracenia L. variants, Sarracenia ' Suspicion ' Selwyn has proved to be quite vigorous in cultivation."
Sarracenia 'Sweet William' Pl.Carniv.32(2):36 (2010)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Sweet William' T.Bailey
Publication: Pl.Carniv.32(2):36 (2010)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ?
Originator: T.Bailey, Wellington, UK, 1998
Nominant: T.Bailey
Registrant: T.Bailey, Autumn 2010
Horicultural comment: Registered 29. 12. 2010 {JS}
Standard: Pl.Carniv.32(2):36 (2010)
Etymology: after originator's second eldest son
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 W.Bull in that respect - reaching a height of 55 cm, with a semi-pronounced (up to 1.5 cm) ala.
The young trap is a strong green in good light and infused with dapples of white areolation, broken by red veining. Areolation and veining intensifies in the mature trap.
The mouth of the pitcher is approximately 5 cm wide and 4 cm deep.
The flower petals are yellow-orange, fringed in orange."
Sarracenia 'Sword Swallower' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:123 (2016)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Sword Swallower' P.Faulisi
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:123 (2016)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia moorei Hort.Veitch ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora Schnell
Originator: P.Faulisi, Sta.Clara Co., Cal., US, spring 2002
Nominant: T.Hale, Talahassee, Fla., US
Registrant: P.Faulisi, 7. 6. 2016
Horicultural comment: Registered 23. 12. 2016 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:123 (2016)
Propagation: division and cuttings
Etymology: after tall slender pitchers looking like they could swallow a sword
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:123 (2016)
"This is a very vigorous growing pitcher plant averaging heights of 75-80 cm or more on well-established older plants and approximately 5-7 cm wide at the mouth opening (Fig. 6). The hood is heavily marbled with thick pink/red veins and large light pink areolae, heavily ruffled, and approximately 7.5 cm wide from side to side and 7.5 cm long from the back to the front. The lip is thin and slightly rolled.
As the pitchers mature, the color becomes a deeper blood red extending down the upper 1/3 of the pitcher, with a bright lime green interior suffused with dark red veins which makes for a striking color combination.
Flowers are red and typical for a Sarracenia moorei Hort.Veitch ex Mast.. Pitchers are produced all season, with the largest coming with the new spring growth. Late season pitchers are somewhat smaller, but no less colorful."
Sarracenia 'Tapestry' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:56 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Tapestry' K.Oudean
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:56 (2009)
Comment: priority for parentage
Synonym: =Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry * Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: K.Oudean, Snohomish, WA, US, 6. 1996
Nominant: K.Oudean, 9. 1998
Registrant: K.Oudean, 5. 12. 2008
Horicultural comment: Registered 30. 7. 2009 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.38:58 (2009)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: after plants resembling an abstract tapestry, woven with luxurious color and intricate pattern
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.
The flowers are a dusky red-pink. The summer leaves reach 46-56 cm (18-22 in) in height. Winter leaves are green with a red line down the flat inner side of each leaf and grow to 15-20 cm (6-8 in) high. As the plants multiply, they make a nicely compact clump; one of the plant's ornamental traits."
Sarracenia 'Tarnok' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.22:108 (1993)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Tarnok' R.Determann & Groves
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.22:108 (1993) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv22n4p107_108.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v22n4p107_108.html
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: 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
Horicultural comment: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.22:107 (1993)
Propagation: micropropagation (and other)
Etymology: in honour of Mr.Coleman Tarnok who discovered this cultivar
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."
Sarracenia 'Tatsunami' 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Tatsunami' Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan
Publication: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:6 (1985)
Comment: priority for parentage
Synonym: =Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia minor Walt. * Sarracenia psittacina Michx.
Originator: M.Kondo, Nagoya
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Standard: Amazing World of the Carniv.Pl.:126 (2003)
Etymology: unknown
Sarracenia 'Tattletale Delegation' Public Garden 9:46 (1994)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Tattletale Delegation' Mellichamp & Gardner
Publication: Public Garden 9:46 (1994)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ?
Nominant: L.Mellichamp & R.Gardner
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP), standard missing
Sarracenia 'The Kraken' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:35 (2017)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'The Kraken' P.Faulisi
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:35 (2017)
Comment: priority for parentage
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia rubra subsp. Wherryi (Case & Case) Schnell * Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: P.Faulisi, Calif., US, 2000
Nominant: P.Faulisi, 6. 2016
Registrant: P.Faulisi, 3. 10. 2016
Horicultural comment: Registered 13. 4. 2017 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:35 (2017)
Propagation: via division and cuttings
Etymology: after tentacled sea serpent
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.46:35 (2017)
"This striking pitcher plant is a very vigorous and stocky grower averaging heights of 75-80 cm or more on well-established plants. Pitchers are green overlaid with bright white areolae directly under the peristome, inside and out, extending downward 5-8 cm (Fig. 3). The large, ruffled lid (operculum) is bright creamy white with deep reddish purple veins approximately 7.5-10 cm wide from side to side and 7.5-10 cm long from the back to the front with dark reddish purple non-bleeding veins. The fluted mouth is shiny dark red and attains comparable sizing with the lid. Coloration is highly influenced by the presence of Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. in the background of both parent plants.
The largest and most colorful pitchers are those produced in the later part of spring onward through the month of June and early July, but a secondary flush of colorful growth is observed in late summer (August-September), albeit they are not as robust as those produced earlier. The flowers are large and a beautiful shade of deep red."
Sarracenia 'Tornado' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.31:40 (2002)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Tornado' R.Sacilotto
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.31:40 (2002) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv31n2p40-42.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v31n2p40-42.html#tornado
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia ' Kyonishiki ' Hort. ex Hinode-Kadan
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood * Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood
Originator: R.Sacilotto, Botanique Nursery, Standardsville, USA, 5. 1983
Nominant: R.Sacilotto, 11. 1989
Registrant: R.Sacilotto, 21. 12. 2001
Awards/patents: Trademark: Vortex (Botanique Nursery, Standardsville, USA)
Horicultural comment: Registered 29. 7. 2002 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.31:42 (2002)
Propagation: vegetative
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."
Sarracenia 'Tricia' Carniv.Pl.of the World:34 (1986)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Tricia' J. & P.Pietropaolo
Publication: Carniv.Pl.of the World:34 (1986)
Comment: (earlier) synonym of Sarracenia soperi Cheek
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood
Originator: ?J. & P.Pietropaolo, before 1986
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Triple Rarity' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.31:18 (2002)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Triple Rarity' J.Hummer
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.31:18 (2002) http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/articles/CPNv31n1p18.pdf
Web Publication: http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v31n1p18.html
Comment: priority for parentage
Synonym: =Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry * Sarracenia rubra subsp. jonesii (Wherry) Wherry * Sarracenia rubra subsp. alabamensis (Case & Case) Schnell
Originator: J.Hummer, Arlington, VA, USA, 10. 1993
Nominant: J.Hummer, 10. 2000
Registrant: J.Hummer, 24. 12. 2000
Horicultural comment: Registered 16. 5. 2002 {JS}
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
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."
Sarracenia 'Troll' Pl.Carniv.37:10 (2015)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Troll' S.Morley
Publication: Pl.Carniv.37:10 (2015)
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava var. atropurpurea (W.Bull ex Mast.) W.Bull ex W.Robinson
Originator: S.Morley, Fangfoss, York, UK
Nominant: S.Morley
Registrant: S.Morley, 2015
Horicultural comment: Registered 22. 9. 2015 {JS}
Standard: Pl.Carniv.37:10, 12-13 (2015)
Etymology: for the gigantic and monstrous pitchers
Description: Pl.Carniv.37:11 (2015)
"The two plants I originally selected both appeared very similar in growth for a few years, and indeed resembled Sarracenia flava var. atropurpurea (W.Bull ex Mast.) W.Bull ex W.Robinson initially in shape and colour. One of the plants has remained a virtual dwarf, hardly increasing in size after the first couple of years, whilst the other has become gigantic in almost all proportions, and towers over almost all the Sarracenia L. in my lagoons; this is the plant selected as a cultivar.
The pitchers resemble Sarracenia flava var. atropurpurea (W.Bull ex Mast.) W.Bull ex W.Robinson superficially, however the pitchers are very large in growth with a wide, thick lip and a lid which is sometimes rather upright which makes the pitchers gape and accentuates the large mouth. Pitchers get to at least 80 cm high for me, with a mouth up to 8 cm across, opening green but quickly turning a dark purple red. The largest pitchers are often slightly distorted, slightly crinkled in the pitcher tuqe and sometimes with a rakish tilt to the lid. Pitchers are strong and robust, arising from a very large and vigorous rhizome.
Flowers are red, reminiscent of many a Sarracenia moorei Hort. Moore ex Mast. I have grown, and so I suspect there is something else apart from Sarracenia flava L. in the make-up of this cultivar."
Sarracenia 'Veinless' Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:26 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Veinless' P.Sheridan
Publication: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:26 (2009)
Synonym: =Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood
Originator: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
Horicultural comment: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:26 (2009)
Etymology: after (absent) pitcher vein coloration
Description: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:26 (2009)
"A remarkable variant of Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood that has no purple in leaf veins."
Sarracenia 'Vermillion' Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:29 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Vermillion' P.Sheridan
Publication: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:29 (2009)
Synonym: =Sarracenia ? * Sarracenia ?
Originator: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
Horicultural comment: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:29 (2009)
Etymology: after color of plant
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."
Sarracenia 'Victoria Morley' Carniv.Pl.Soc.J.(UK) 27:15 (2005)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Victoria Morley' S.Morley
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Soc.J.(UK) 27:15 (2005)
Web Publication: http://uk.geocities.com/garden_of_eden@btinternet.com/misc/SarraceniaVictoriaMorley_web.doc
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia mitchelliana W.Bull ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: S.Morley, 1986
Nominant: S.Morley, Fangfoss, York, England
Registrant: S.Morley, 23. 9. 2005
Horicultural comment: Registered 14. 11. 2005 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Soc.J.(UK) 27:15 (Fig.1) & 18 (Fig.2) (2005)
Etymology: after originator's wife
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 90deg. 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.
Colour-wise, they are initially similar to Sarracenia leucophylla Raf., with the lid being virtually white with a network of green and pink between the "windows" when they first open. In full sun, this colour soon intensifies with the lid turning a vibrant red and a bright pink colour suffusing the upper parts of the pitcher, spreading into the white windows in the upper parts (see Fig.1). The whole pitcher then gradually darkens to the darkest purple that you would expect from a very dark Sarracenia purpurea L., with a few small pink patches remaining scattered through the uppermost sections of the pitcher tube and the lid (see Fig. 2). Very late-season pitchers often do not colour up as much and can maintain their fresh green, white & pink colour through the winter.
The plant has inherited the spring and autumn pitcher production of its Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. parentage, but with some of the vigour of Sarracenia purpurea L., with the result that pitchers are produced all summer long and last well into the winter. This is one of the best characteristics of this plant, the virtually continuous pitcher production throughout the summer and autumn months. (...)
As you would expect from a plant which is 3/4 Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. and 1/4 Sarracenia purpurea L. the flowers are small, red, slightly larger in colour than Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. and sit on long, wiry (somewhat straggly) scapes."
Sarracenia 'Vinaigrette' Pl.Carniv.34(2):7 (2012)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Vinaigrette' A.Loakes
Publication: Pl.Carniv.34(2):7 (2012)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia excellens W.Bull
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia minor Walt.
Originator: D.Sizmur, Farnborough, Kent, UK, before 2006
Nominant: A.Loakes, UK, 2009
Registrant: A.Loakes, 11. 2012
Horicultural comment: Registered 18. 12. 2012 {JS}
Standard: Pl.Carniv.34(2):6 & 7 (2012)
Propagation: division
Etymology: after the scent emitted from new pitchers
Description: Pl.Carniv.34(2):7 (2012)
"This new cultivar has tall robust pitchers emerging from a large rhizome which reach approximately 50cm (20inches). The curved, ruffled hood, which sometimes hangs over a wide mouth, is highly pink/red veined, and has white fenestrations which spread down the back of the hood, down the upper portion and sides of the pitcher. In full, bright sunlight (particularly as the leaves mature) this, can become a bright red blush throughout the upper portion of the leaf, contrasted with pure white windows. In the spring, the plant produces a delicate-pink to deep-red flower with pink fringed, yellow sepals, on a tall stem.
The new pitcher is also blessed with a fragrance to a greater or lesser extent, which my wife thinks is similar to the scent of vinegar; but is not unpleasant, by any means - often strong enough to permeate throughout my greenhouse.
The leaves of this plant are very rigid, long-lasting and are invariably the last remaining hybrid pitchers in my collection, even late in the winter. The plant is also rather vigorous."
Sarracenia 'Vintage Slack' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:117 (2000)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Vintage Slack' P.D'Amato
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:117 (2000)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia mitchelliana W.Bull ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia purpurea L.
Originator: B.Hanrahan, "long ago" (before 2000)
Nominant: P.D'Amato, Forestville, Ca., USA, 31. 1. 2000
Registrant: P.D'Amato, 10. 5. 2000
Horicultural comment: Registered 27. 8. 2006 {JS}
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
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:117 (2000)
"This plant is a Sarracenia mitchelliana W.Bull cross. This cultivar is similar to typical Sarracenia mitchelliana W.Bull 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."
Sarracenia 'Vintner's Treasure' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.42:148 (2013)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Vintner's Treasure' P.Faulisi
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.42:148 (2013)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia moorei Hort.Veitch ex Mast.
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. * Sarracenia flava var. ornata W.Bull ex W.Robinson
Originator: P.Faulisi, Sta.Clara Co., Cal., US, spring 2005
Nominant: P.Faulisi, 2013
Registrant: P.Faulisi, 12. 6. 2013
Horicultural comment: Registered 26. 12. 2013 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.42:149 (2013)
Propagation: via division and cuttings
Etymology: after originator's favorite vini (wine) colored Paphiopedilum orchid
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.42:148 (2013)
"This is a very vigorous and hefty pitcher plant reaching heights of 80 cm or more on well- established older plants. High ambient humidity during the growing season ensures big, robust pitcher growth. Pitchers start out green overlaid with a medium red with a scattering of white areolae directly under the nectar roll extending downward 4-7.5 cm. The hood is heavily marbled with pink/red veins and large white areolae which later become pink and red flushed. The hood is large and heavily ruffled approximately 10-15 cm wide from side to side and 10-15 cm long from the back to the front. The fluted mouth attains comparable sizing with the hood and has a very smooth and glossy appearance.
As the pitchers mature they take on a darker green color suffused with varying shades of deep red, especially in the uppermost regions below the mouth, with an intensely shimmering, deep plum purple throat which extends down the interior length of the neck for some distance. The effect is stunning in bright light. In late summer, a secondary set of pitchers are produced that are nearly equal in size and development to the early season's first pitchers.
Flowers are red and typical for a Sarracenia moorei Hort.Veitch ex Mast.."
Sarracenia 'Vogel' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:136 (2014)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Vogel' H.Luhrs
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:136 (2014)
Comment: ?later synonym of Sarracenia catesbaei Elliott
Synonym: =?Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia purpurea var. burkii Schnell
Originator: R.van Kessel, Carniflora, NL, c. 2007
Nominant: H.Luhrs, Amsterdam, NL, 2010
Registrant: H.Luhrs, 22. 8. 2014
Horicultural comment: Registered 25. 12. 2014 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:136 (2014)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after Art Vogel in celebration of his retirement as hortulanus of the Leiden Botanical Garden, NL
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:136 (2014)
"This stout, solid cultivar produces 5-7 new leaves about 28 cm tall throughout the season, lasting up to 7 months. The bulging pitchers are green with red longitudinal veins and more heavily veined in the upper part. The large wide hood is heavily veined but more pronounced on the inner side, with a slight undulated margin while the inner surface is abundantly covered with little bristly hairs (Fig. 2). The interior of the hood develops a red coloration with darker veining, while the outside stays mainly green making it most distinctive. The pitcher tube and especially the interior of the hood become suffused with red as it matures, while the green exterior of the hood becomes a background for red veining only.
This cultivar looks somewhat like a Sarracenia catesbaei Elliott cross but with the sides of the large broad hood clearly folded inwards, giving the plant a robust and almost bizarre appearance. The flower petals are pale yellowish-green, but may show occasional pink highlights while the scent is typical and strong reminding of Sarracenia flava L.."
Sarracenia 'Waccamaw' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.42:107 (2013)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Waccamaw' D.Gray
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.42:107 (2013)
Synonym: =Sarracenia flava var. atropurpurea (W.Bull ex Mast.) W.Bull ex W.Robinson
Originator: Christchurch Botanical Gardens, NZ, ca. 1980, from NC., US
Nominant: D.Gray, Auckland, NZ
Registrant: D.Gray, 25. 4. 2013
Horicultural comment: Registered 11. 10. 2013 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.42:107-108, figs.1&2 (2013)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after Lake Waccamaw of the Green Swamp, the plant's provenance
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.42:107 (2013)
"This exceptional clone of Sarracenia flava var. atropurpurea (Hort.Bull ex Mast.) Hort.Bull exW.Robinson is a superb representative of the uncommon variety native to the Green Swamp of North Carolina, USA. (...) Representative of the form of Sarracenia flava L. varieties native to the east coast of the species range, a strong flush of pitchers follows typical S. flava flowers produced during early spring. The clone readily produces rhizome divisions with two or three pitchers emergent from each rhizome growth point. Phyllodia, typical Sarracenia flava L. in form, are produced during late autumn and endure through winter.
The pitchers attain a height of 60-80 cm. From the outset of pitcher growth, under optimal conditions of maximum possible sunshine, exterior coloration is a uniform bright red throughout the length of the pitcher including the outer hood (Fig. 1). It is noteworthy by contrast that once the pitcher opens, the nectar roll, the interior of the pitcher, the column, and the underside of the hood are bright yellow. Superimposed on the bright yellow interior surface is a network of bright red veining. A feature of the column is a prominent central red vertical stripe. Accompanying the red stripe are red veins that follow from the interior of the pitcher rising upward through the column branching out into the surface of the underside of the hood (Fig. 2). The outer margin of the hood is without undulations. As the growing season progresses, by mid-summer the bright yellow surfaces become infused with a varying degree of red. Autumn phyllodia also attain a reddish coloration under optimal light conditions. This sum of features reflects those recorded in the wild (...)"
Sarracenia 'Wavy Lid' Sarracenia:20 (1996)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Wavy Lid' J. & J.Ainsworth
Publication: Sarracenia:20 (1996)
Synonym: =Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood
Originator: J. & J.Ainsworth
Nominant: J. & J.Ainsworth
Horicultural comment: name not registered with ICRA
Standard: Sarracenia:21 (1996), (drawing only!)
Etymology: after the form of the pitcher lid
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."
Sarracenia 'Whale Tail' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:160 (2016)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Whale Tail' M.Srba
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:160 (2016)
Comment: priority for parentage
Synonym: =Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa (Raf.) Wherry * Sarracenia flava L. * Sarracenia purpurea L. * Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry
Originator: M.Srba, Horakov, CZ, 5. 2002
Nominant: M.Srba
Registrant: M.Srba, 29. 7. 2016
Horicultural comment: Registered 27. 1. 2017 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:160 (2016)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after reminiscence of lids to whale fins
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.45:160 (2016)
"Sarracenia ' Whale Tail ' M.Srba (Fig. 3) has red-orange pitchers shaped somewhat like a shortened Sarracenia flava L.. The traps are very robust and keep a height:lid size ratio 3:1. The length of pitchers in mature plants is usually 30 cm and width of the lid is 10 cm. The record pitcher observed reached 42 cm with a 14 cm broad lid. Due to the silhouette dominated by the enormous lid, I decided to name this plant Sarracenia ' Whale Tail ' M.Srba as it resembles the tail fin of whales emerging above the sea level. The pitchers are not durable and are lost during winter dormancy. Phyllodia typical for Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry are formed very rarely in Sarracenia ' Whale Tail ' M.Srba. However, the plant might form late autumn pitchers having a Sarracenia catesbaei Elliott shape. The flower color is salmon. Petals are yellow marbled, eccentrically shaped. Diameter of the flower is 7-9 cm. Sarracenia ' Whale Tail ' M.Srba is a poor producer of seeds. Only few seeds are usually found in the capsule. The pollen is well viable. The root system of the plants is quite poor, similar to those in Sarracenia purpurea L.. The plant has a strong tendency to produce small, viable offshoots. (...) I believe it can quickly spread among all collectors who are interested."
Sarracenia 'White Knight' Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:28 (2009)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'White Knight' P.Sheridan
Publication: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:28 (2009)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia areolata Macf.
Synonym: =Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: P.Sheridan, Woodford, Va., US, before 2009
Nominant: P.Sheridan, 2009
Registrant: P.Sheridan, 22. 4. 2009
Horicultural comment: Registered 1. 7. 2009 {JS}
Standard: Meadowview Biol.Res.Stat.2009 Cat.:28 (2009)
Etymology: after upper pitcher coloration
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."
Sarracenia 'White Trumpet' Sarracenia:24 (1996)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'White Trumpet' J. & J.Ainsworth
Publication: Sarracenia:24 (1996)
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: J. & J.Ainsworth
Nominant: J. & J.Ainsworth
Horicultural comment: name not registered with ICRA
Standard: Sarracenia:25 (1996), (drawing only!)
Etymology: after the colour of the pitcher
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."
Sarracenia 'Yellow Eel' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:74 (2014)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Yellow Eel' S.Amoroso
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:74 (2014)
Comment: later synonym of Sarracenia ' Robin Louise ' J. & P.Pietropaolo
Synonym: =Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood * Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood * Sarracenia psittacina Michx.
Originator: S.Amoroso, AU, 3. 10. 2007
Nominant: S.Amoroso
Registrant: S.Amoroso, 16. 2. 2014
Horicultural comment: Registered 1. 8. 2014 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:74 (2014)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: after the colour of the new pitchers as well as their shape
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.43:74 (2014)
"The pollen parent has pitchers that are red in color with small white fenestrations and veining around the hood and top section of the pitcher, and has a closed hood with a small opening that represents the pitcher's mouth. Its flowers produce red petals. The seed parent is a very vigorous plant that produces tall green pitchers about 60 cm tall, has light red venation on the pitcher's exterior and more prominent veining on the interior surface, with the underside of the lid red. It produces light green to yellow petals.
The resulting Sarracenia ' Yellow Eel ' S.Amoroso produces tall pitchers that are light green in color with younger pitchers appearing green yellow. It has light red venation on the pitcher's external surface and some white fenestrations on the pitcher's top section. The hood covers the pitcher's mouth and looks similar to Sarracenia minor Walt., except this plant has no Sarracenia minor Walt. ancestors. The tip of the hood is pointed. It is a strong plant similar to the Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood parent and very attractive. The tallest pitcher currently measures just over 50 cm tall and has an ala. The top region of the pitcher is inflated. Older pitchers have more prominent veining on their external surface, becoming green on the underside of the lid red, as in the Sarracenia alata (Wood) Wood parent."
Sarracenia 'Yellow Flower' Carniv.Pl.:39 (1998)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Yellow Flower' T.Camilleri
Publication: Carniv.Pl.:39 (1998)
Synonym: =Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Horicultural comment: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Sarracenia 'Zjahnine' Carniv.Pl.Newslett.41:29 (2012)
| CP Photofinder  

Cultivar: Sarracenia 'Zjahnine' J.Brook
Publication: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.41:29 (2012)
Comment: priority for parentage
Synonym: =Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry * Sarracenia leucophylla Raf.
Originator: D.Gray, NZ, 2003
Nominant: J.Brook, Auckland, NZ, 2008
Registrant: J.Brook, 16. 12. 2011
Horicultural comment: Registered 18. 3. 2012 {JS}
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.41:30 (2012)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: a phonetic re-spelling of the person's name, Janine
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.41:29 (2012)
"Following the growth pattern of the Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry parent, only one flush of pitchers is produced early in the spring following flowering. In form the pitchers are a blend of both the Sarracenia oreophila (Kearney) Wherry and Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. parents being upright with a large undulate hood, a notable spout, and attain a height of 70 cm. Ensiform non-carnivorous leaves intermediate between those of the parents are produced midsummer and endure throughout the winter. Flowers are simple yellow with pink petals.
The noteworthy characteristic of this hybrid is its extreme vivid coloration which evolves rapidly once each pitcher opens. Initially the pitchers are pleasant yellowish green with intricate red venation over the upper third of the leaf (see Fig. 3). Some white areolae are discernible on the hood within its vein network. Within three days red begins to suffuse within the nectar roll, the interior of the mouth, and the interior and exterior of the hood (see Fig. 4). Over the course of the next month this red suffusion becomes more intensive, darkening notably, and white areolae become more apparent on the exterior of the hood (see Fig. 5). By the end of the second month the pitcher's venation, the nectar roll, and the interior of the pitcher have become a very dark purple (see Back Cover). At this stage the white areolae present on the hood have become entirely visible against the dark suffused background (see Fig. 6). Throughout the attainment of this ultimate coloration the veins of the pitcher tube itself remain distinct against the yellowish green of the tube, the exterior of the column, and mid-line of the rear of the hood. A very limited number of small areolae may be found on the tube exterior below the mouth on some pitchers. The lower two-thirds of the pitcher remain yellowish green almost devoid of veining. These features are established at a point mid growth season and well before pitcher desiccation at the onset of dormancy. The photos are of a specimen grown permanently outdoors."

 

©International Carnivorous Plant Society      
www.carnivorousplants.org

This page is maintained by John Brittnacher,