I shot some pics of a few wild Sarracenia minor today from my grandmother's property. I've known of and tended to some of these plants for nearly 25 years now. I recently spent eight years in the Army, during which time I didn't tend them. This is the first time that I had a chance to view them in that time and I'm quite pleased to find that they're still there and thriving!
Of concern to me is that the underbrush has gotten quite thick while I was away and there is a notable lack of young plants. I'm going to be clearing out the property over the summer and hopefully next spring I'll be able to encourage the spread of these plants. I noticed that several of the plants were being choked out while I looked for them today. I made sure to clear out a lot of the brush in order to help the plants thrive and to give them direct sunlight.