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Sarracenia alata - WATSON PRESERVE - Tyler County, TX - Large Bareroot

Sarracenia alata - WATSON PRESERVE - Tyler County, TX - Large Bareroot
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The parent stock for these plants were graciously donated by the late Ms. Geraldine Watson, founder of the Watson Rare Plants Preserve in Tyler County, Texas. Working closely with Ms. Watson and the management of the preserve, volunteers from PetFlyTrap have assisted with numerous volunteer projects in the past, including boardwalk repairs, non-native plant removals, and prescribed burn programs. These plants are now being offered by PetFlyTrap to raise money for the ICPS, to aid in the purchase of critical Sarracenia habitat. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of these plants will be donated to the ICPS for this purpose. Do your part to help conserve carnivorous plant habitat, AND get a wonderful plant or two in the process! Plants are medium to large divisions with pitchers up to 18 inches tall; similar to the one in the picture; however, each of these plants is unique, and will vary as well.
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