For some reason three of my sarracenias have decided to flower in midsummer: S. alata, 'W.C.' and 'Super Green Giant.' The blooms opened within three days of each other and I saw at least two interesting potential hybrids among them. I made the crosses this afternoon but now I'm wondering do these midsummer crosses have a chance of producing mature seed?
Anything looking like winter here (San Diego) is months away, but I've never tried making crosses this late. These bloomed on stems that were almost the normal length instead of the little stubs that they sometimes put out when flowering in the fall.