Mine is currently dormant. Just has its phyllodia.
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S. oreophila is very prone to fungal attacks. In addition to pyros good advice I add that you should do good housekeeping with this species, carefully removing any dead matter from the rhizome. If you have access to a fungicide, treat the rhizome when you put it into dormancy storage.
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I grow mine in paet and sand (more on the peaty side) and water ist less during winter (like all other Sarracenia sp.) and during summer months.
S. oreophylla stands in the same tray with other sarracenia but I placed the pot about 3cm higher than the other pots.
I never had problems with funghi.
It makes phyllodia during summer and winter.
Sarracenia oreophila :
seems that you are right (I just had<a look at some pictures on the web)
I didn't notice it for years :-((
Do you think it is a hybrid ?
arghhhhhhh.... ! #%&-!$ß
For my eyes Martin's plant does match the S. oreophila on page 156 of D. Schnell's new book very well.