S.alta doesn't grow in NC.
It's a nice diddy seedling
The only way to tell is to find out what was growing in the vicinity I suppose.
could be young flava or rubra. very nice looking.
Everything is explainable. The seemingly unexplainable is but a result of our insufficient knowledge.- Hans Brewer
I lean towards S. rubra. I recommend digging up every nearby Sarracenia and growing them at home to verify the lineage. When you're done, you can sell them on eBay to pay yourself for the effort of taking them.
Bruce in CT
Madness is something rare in individuals — but in groups, parties, peoples, ages it is the rule. Friedrich Nietzsche
I hope Bruce is joking
What comes to mind for me is that S. flava has a thin collumn and S. rubra has a much ticker one. Im not sure how they are as seedlings though...
All seedlings have the thick neck feature really I'm afraid.
I'm sure it's a S.flava. I didn't see any adult S.rubra plants at the site. With the color of the plant and how much it looked like a S.rubra, I just wanted to ask you guys and make sure.