Well I got two blooms on my Purp(a) 'Smurf' last year. This is what i did with them...
Purp 'Smurf' F2 (selfed) ---- 5 seeds... 2 are minute
Purp 'Smurf' x flava ----- 10-15 seeds
Flava x Purp 'Smurf" ----- 10-15 seeds
I have never crossed or collected any seed from any of plants.. so this is all new to me... but the number of seeds seems quite low compared to photos i see of seed heads just bursting with seeds. I don't know if it's from the 'Smurf' genes... or my lack of knowledge on the process and timing of it.
So far there is one selfed seed germinating.... and the crossed seeds are all germinating well so far. I can't wait to see if any of the funky 'Smurf' genes carry through to the offspring! I haven't found anyone that has tested this so far. Who wouldn't want an ugly mutated flava in their collection? I have them under a standard seed starting setup... heat pad... next to a tray of VFTs seedlings from last year... and then a 1/2 tray of more vfts seedlings that just came up a week or two back.
As a side... what's the typical pollinator for sarracenia? I don't think I have ever seen a bee or other pollinator flying between blooms over the years.