Sarracenia leucophylla

Like all the Sarracenia, it grows along the United States Gulf Coast, generally west of the Apalachicola River on the Florida Panhandle. The white top is usually innervated with green and/or red veins.

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Light and temperature: The Sarracenia is a temperate climate species, so throughout the year it should be grown outside. The plant can be kept inside only if special  lighting is used for the cultivation. During the winter (  and only if it is icy ), it is preferable to keep it inside, although it tolerates the outside conditions  fairly well. It needs  direct sunlight in summer and winter to properly develop (at least 3-4 hours).

Irrigation: Place the pot over a bowl or saucer with a few inches of water to keep the substratum always damp, but not waterlogged. It can be given a water break one day a week or so.

Substrate: peat should be used WITHOUT COMPOST (It can be found in our shop). Do not use universal or compost peat moss as it would die within months. It is  recommended to mix the peat with perlite / vermiculite, or quartz sand to provide a less compact substrate, where the roots will develop much better, encouraging the growth of the plant. It is an ideal plant for beginners, as long as you follow our cultivation guide.

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