Friday, September 25, 2009

Sarracenia purpurea American Pitcher Plants

American pitcher plants are feed on ants, flies and wasps that proliferate in and around our native wetlands. They are most common in the southeastern coastal plain. Only about 5% of the original stands of Sarracenia remain today in the southeast.

1 comment:

  1. ooh I love carnivorous plants, sarracenia and the venus fly trap! They are rather delicate though. Enjoying your blog, thank you for dropping by mine!