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Hooded Pitcher Plant

Sarracenia minor

The Hooded Pitcher Plant is known – unsurprisingly – for its rounded hoods that partially cover the top of each pitcher. These hoods are typically red with white speckles (areoles) along the back. This species is native to coastal regions of the Southeastern U.S.

Flower Yellow-green
Bloom Time Spring
Foliage Pitchers, Green at the base transitioning to red at the hooded tips
Hardiness Zone 6
Height 6-12 Inches
Exposure Full Sun to Part Shade
Where to Plant Moist Soil or Shallow Water (Up to 1 Inch Deep)
Aggressive Grower? No
Growth Rate Moderate
Pond Size Any