Sarracenia minor grows to about 12 inches tall and produces 3+ in. yellow flowers in spring. The plant lures prey into its pitchers with nectar or bright colors. Several white dots, or “windows” on the upper portion of each pitcher appear as escape routes to unsuspecting bugs. After entering a trap, the prey becomes disoriented by the windows and eventually meet their demise in the digestive juices below.
Native region: Southeastern United States
Size and packing method: You will receive a bare root plant about 3-5 inches tall, carefully wrapped in a damp paper towel