About a month ago I went to the Appalatcheecola (did I spell it right) National Forest and saw some awesome Carnivorous plants in the wild such as S. flava, S. psittacina, S. flava x psittacina, D. filiformis var tracyi, D. capillaris, and U. purpureaand some clumps of live Sphagnum, which made me realize how much a little touch of grass to a bit of sarrs made them look like they're growing in the wild, so I decided to try that with some of my new plants.
Here's my new favorite S. psittacina
and here's a huge S. rosea that I bought online from a friend in Pensicola.
Just as a key, my hand is 7 1/2 inches long, so this thing's newest pitcher is huge!!!
and here's one of my other favorites, my S. purpurea ssp. venosa