I thought it was 4 years since I visited the Sarracenia purpurea in PA, but forgot about this post.:
I was told about the Sarracenia purpurea by a friend who had discovered them in the 1970's.
Today when I visited, I could not find any Drosera rotundifolia growing around the lake as I had all the previous times I visited.
When I made my way upstream to the growing location of the Sarracenia purpurea, I was able to find Drosera rotundifolia growing along the stream banks.
At the site for the Sarracenia purpurea, I was disappointed by what I saw. Instead of a large multi growing patch of plants, (Forgot about the above mentioned post) with several satellite plants, there was 2 small plants at the main location and 1 satellite plant 3' away.
This is sad as it seems the carnivorous plants in the area are being out competed.