SirKristoff is a poopiehead
Even if you know where I live, I'm sure you'd never be able to find this location. Trust me there are plants easier to find and get to than these. The poachers already know where to look anyway. I am trying to document every site that I find so there will be some record of them when they are gone.
Stay chooned in for more!
There's no reason to keep S. flava locations a secret, Pendersonplants. You can see them on the side of the road in ditches in many places in the south. One of my favorite places is the panhandle, you'd have a hard time not finding something cool there!
Other plants, though, should be kept a secret and if you know the right people and are trustworthy, then you'll see them in the wild one day. S. flava certainly isn't one of them Not sure what I fear more, poachers or development. Probably the latter, and anyone who's stupid enough to poach in this community will be ostracized and reported.
The Obsessive Gardener
Ok. I just know that these plants are in peril in many areas. Have seen too many pictures of where sarracenia pitchers were harvested for the cut plant trade.
I tend to error on the cautious side when these plants are found outside of protected wetlands in Michigan.
Had no idea on how common they are in the south.
Hmmm. will have to purchase some s. flava cultivars.
Carnivorous plant enthusiast
wow.....thats great to have something that close to your house ozzy.