|No it won't. They are diffrent species and they cannot breed.[/QUOTE]|
freindly correction: you can breed two different species of sarracenia, but not two different genus of pitcher plant.
SirKristoff is a poopiehead
Thanks for the correction, that's what I meant.
I know in some cases you can cross plants from two different genuses. I think it's called intergeneric breeding. It's commonly used in orchids. Although I don't know of any breeding done above the genus. IE Family to Family
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