Sarracenia x Lady Bug

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Sarracenia x Lady Bug

Ease to Grow: Easy.
Dormancy: Recommended.
Parental Native Range: Wet Pocosins of the Gulf Coast and Southeastern North America.
Zones: 5-8 (4-9).

Lady Bug, Sarracenia x Lady Bug, is a stout cultivar with fat, upright, green and apple red pitchers. The flaring hoods are rounded, wide open, and an almost solid rufous red. The backs of the pitchers are laced with red veins around white areoles (windows), providing a spotted look. It attracts lots of insect activity with nectar glads around the red lips. It is very vigorous and readily forms dense colonies. It prefers open, sunny boggy conditions, and holds its color into the frost. The small flowers are very numerous, red and spicy fragrant. They generally bloom mid-season. This charmer will add color and grace to your bog garden. Lady Bug is a complex cultivar S. (psittacina x purpurea) x minor. It is one of the Bug Series, compact/stout growers, from the Horticultural Program at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Named after the hood's superficial resemblance to the name sake insect.

Plants are shipped bare-root, wrapped in damp sphagnum moss. In it's dormant season, it will be shipped as a dormant rhizome with trimmed off pitchers. Photographs are representative of the cultivar, and not the specific plant shipped.

Height: 8" - 10".
Plant Type: Perennial, temperate.
Soil: Lower Bog Mix or General CP Mix.
Light: Bright indoors, full sun to partial sun outdoors.
Use: Grows well in the bog garden, greenhouse and indoors. It is a nice addition to a tall terrarium.

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Joseph Hromy
Great hybrid Sarracenia

This Sarracenia came with the leaves cut off. However, after a few days it is producing new ones. These hybrids are so interesting; especially for the windowsill. Highly recommended

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Jonathan Patterson
Update growth

Wanted to write a quick second review to show how this plant has started taking off growing with its new pitchers and I really love the look of the hoods on this plants.

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Jonathan Patterson
Love this plant

Very nice looking plant with very nice looking pitchers. I can’t wait till it starts really growing this summer

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