Help raise money for a non-profit preserve that showcases all four carnivorous plant groups (Drosera, Pinguicula, Sarracenia, and Utricularia) that are native to Texas! These plants are part of an ongoing project to remove non-native hybrid pitcher plants from the Watson Rare Native Plant Preserve (WRNPP) in Tyler County, Texas. Working closely with Ms. Geraldine Watson (founder of the Watson Preserve) and the management of the preserve, we first noticed the presence of some non-native Sarracenia leucophylla in 2002. Since the only Sarracenia native to Texas is the Pale Pitcher Plant, S. alata, the decision was made to remove the hybrids (S. alata crossed with S. leucophylla) from the preserve. The plants that are currently offered have been removed with the authorization of the WRNPP board of directors, and strongly favor the alata parent (no speckling on the hoods, as you find with many hybrids between these two species), but typically have some minor red/blush coloration in the flower. These plants are now being offered by PetFlyTrap to raise money for the WRNPP, and ALL PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE OF THESE PLANTS WILL BE DONATED for this purpose. Do your part to help conserve carnivorous plant habitat, AND get a wonderful plant or two in the process!