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A selection of three named Sarracenia hybrids chosen for their colour and vigour, Good for an unheated greenhouse, conservatory or on a sunny windowsill for the Summer months. Sarracenia can be very easy to grow and this collection is ideal for a beginner. These plants not only produce beautiful foliage throughout the growing
season March to October but also spectacular flowers every Spring. All three plants are semi mature 3 year old plants. All plants are sent out potted in 9cm pots. Sarracenia hybrids tend to grow faster than the species and produce more pitchers, all three plants will not need repotting until the following Spring with our com 1. Sarracenia hybrids are some of my favorite carnivorous plants, easy to grow excellent, insect catchers, beautiful pitchers and flowers!
Love Love Love my Sarracenia Hybrid collection 3 the were packaged with care and there were no broken pitchers, all plants are healthy and stunning...they have taken pride of place in the garden...they actually look like the 3 beautiful criminals of the garden...looking forward to buying a cobra lily next along with another collection
Received mine today all brilliantly packed in perfect condition, The photos on the web don’t do these justice to be honest as the colours are so vibrant, can’t wait to get some flies in the house now. Will probably get some more different ones too! Highly recommend these amazing plants.
Very pleased with these plants. They actually look better in the flesh than they do in the photos! They are a good size, beautiful colours and were very well packaged and protected, so the trumpets are standing tall and undamaged.
Excellent packaging all trumpets undamaged and in perfect condition all done with bubblewrap and cling film!! incredible, very pleased with the selection lovely colours would recommend them highly
They were packaged brilliantly, so arrived in a really good state. They're just settling in now, so they should hopefully start to flourish soon.