Sarracenia flava, the Yellow Pitcher Plant, growing wild in the Croatan Nat’l Forest, North Carolina. Fields like this used to stretch for miles and miles along the American Atlantic Seaboard. Unfortunately, more than 95% of all Sarracenia stands have been lost. If you live anywhere near the Southern States, from Virginia down to Florida and over to Texas, you owe it to yourself and future generations to not only visit, but to protect and preserve these sites.
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