Sarracenia farnhamii


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S. farnhamii is commonly known as Farnham’s Pitcher Plant, named after William Farnham, an early 19th-century naturalist who discovered the plant in Alabama.

The plant grows in bogs and wetlands, where it typically forms clumps of upright, trumpet-shaped leaves that are green with reddish-brown veins.

Sarracenia farnhamii is a relatively small pitcher plant, with leaves typically reaching lengths of around 15-30 cm. The flowers are also small and inconspicuous, and typically appear in late spring or early summer.

Like other pitcher plants, Sarracenia farnhamii requires a moist, acidic growing medium, and is adapted to nutrient-poor environments.


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