The main species seemed to be Sarracenia flava, the Yellow Pitcher Plant . The camera just couldn’t capture the colors There were many varieties or forms of this species. “Copper Top” was very common. There may have been hybrids but I’m not informed enough to know. Mixed in with these were some Purple Pitcher plants and lots of sundews , mostly Drosera intermedia. There were once large fields of these different genera and species of bog plants. The unique conditions these plants need are rapidly disappearing from the southeastern . We’re going to lose something so strange and beautiful if we let these areas disappear.
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