Sarracenia is a carnivorous plant that belongs to the family of Sarraceniáceas or Sarraceniaceae.
North America and Canada.
Savanna damp places in outdoor or partially wooded areas. Sarracenia is a genre of flowering plants which includes nine species of native North American carnivorous plants. The genre belongs to the Sarraceniaceae family, which also contains the genres Darlingtonia and Heliamphora. These plants are indigenous to Eastern Texas, the area of the Great Lakes and southeastern Canada, with most growing in the southeastern United States (only S. purpurea is grown in regions with mild temperatures). Plant leaves form a tunnel to catch insects and produce enzymes to digest their prey. Insects are attracted to its nectar secretion as well as a combination of smells and colours.