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Sarracenia 'North' (P.Sheridan)
Parents: crossed northern S. purpurea f. heterophylla with a normal colored S. rosea from western Florida and obtained progeny that were red and anthocyanin-free green.

Comments: The flower color of North is exceptional in that the flower is almost white while South is a delightful pink.
updated: 2012-07-12 North green; South red