Noticed something in Nick Romanowski's Gardening with Carnivores that seemed interesting - he says that "In the wild, [S. oreophila] is said to be the most inefficient insect catcher of all the southern species."
Thought this was a little confusing... Is oreophila inefficient in cultivation as well? *I don't grow any myself, so what's everyone else's experience? *If it is, any ideas why? *It would seem strange if a plant so close to S. flava would somehow be less attractive to insects, but who knows?
As a possible follow-up, what species or hybrids do you find to be most attractive to insects? *I've heard leucophylla or flava, but it should be interesting to hear other people's experience.