What issue of the CP newsletter was that article about Sarracenia leaf pullings?
Who was the author?
I recall he had success with decumbent plants (S. psittacina, S. purpurea), but less so with upright plants.
When Mike and I were digging plants at the Covington LA site, we noticed a few examples of small S. alata leaves that had been torn from the rhizome and developed roots.
I suspect young upright sarracenia leaves can root, or maybe also mature leaves, if they've been cut down.