NAME: Parrot Pitcher Plant
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Sarracenia Psittacina
COLOR: Red veins with white spots & red flowers
PLANT SEEDS: Outdoors after frost / Indoors weeks before last frost
PLANT HEIGHT: 12 - 18"
PLANT SPACING: 12 - 15"
BLOOM TIME: Late Spring - Early Summer
HARDINESS ZONE: 5 - 9
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Part Sun
SOIL & WATER PREFERENCES: Moist - Bog
QUANTITY: 10 Seeds
OTHER: It's carnivorous! The leaves of this plant form into pitchers. The inner surface of the leaves are covered in fine downward-pointing hairs, so once an insect gets into the pitcher, it cannot climb back out. The insects become trapped, and are digested by the plant giving it vital nutrients. Simple but effective, and it is quite wicked looking! This pitcher plant gets its name because its head resembles a parrot’s beak.
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Jan 2, 2020
Oct 31, 2019
Fast shipper packed well thank you
Oct 10, 2019
Pretty excited my seeds made it! Also it came with a gift which always makes me smile and order again. Thank you
Jul 10, 2019
Seeds arrived quickly. Will edit review (if Etsy lets me) after I plant to see if any germinate. They just went into the fridge for cold stratification today, so it will be about a month before I can plant them.
May 21, 2019
Only three sprouted, though I guess it might have been partly my fault. Overall good experience!