Sarracenia leucophylla x oreophila

Sarracenia hybrids

When we cross two plants from different Sarracenia species we can create hybrids that do not occur in the wild, and that is the case when we cross Sarracenia leucophylla with orephila. Sarracenia species can only produce natural hybrids if they grow in the same area and flower at the same time, this is not the case with leucophylla and orephila.

Sarracenia leucophylla x orephila hybrids grow list

The following thumbnail images can be clicked to view the full size photgraph of the plant. Below the thumbnails you'll find a list of seedlings not yet photographed.

  • SH396 - S. leucophylla - Yellow flower - Perdido, Alabama x oreophila - ex. Bert Blezer - ipL20 x ipO12
  • SH397 - S. leucophylla - Pubescent - Deer Park, Alabama x oreophila - ex. Bert Blezer - ipL21 x ipO12
  • SH508 - S. oreophila - Heavy veined form x leucophylla - White top - Citronelle, Alabama - O1 x L48
  • SH669 - S. leucophylla - Red & white - near Seminole State Forest, Florida x oreophila - heavily veined - De Kalb County, Alabama - L31 x O29
  • SH726 - S. leucophylla - 'Schnells Ghost' x oreophila - Sand Mountain, Alabama
  • SH823 - S. oreophila - Giant - CA SO11 x leucophylla - Red/pink tube, Perdido, Alabama - CA SL49
  • SH824 - S. oreophila - Giant - CA SO11 x leucophylla - Burgundy red & white - CA SL51
  • SH982 - S. oreophila - Sand Mountain - MK O7 x leucophylla - 'Cronus/Titan'