Earlier today went on a nature hike at the local Brooker Creek Headwaters Preserve.
A wet field:
The ground was littered with Drosera capillaris (surprisingly with long leaves, which I first confused with D. Intermedia but no stems were visible, not to mention the leaf blade was more circular than spoon-shaped)
Hiking through the pine flatwoods:
Suddenly, and without warning, I find Sarracenia minor
One had a flower:
Tortoise (located not far from where I found the Sarracenia)
What surprised me most was that the Sarracenia were growing in mostly dry conditions. When I first arrived at the preserve, I went straight to the wet fields and marshy areas, but could only find Drosera in those locations. It was only when I went to the drier pinelands did I find the Sarracenia.