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We are participating in the Enka/Candler Tailgate Market this year! Come by every Thursday (rain or shine) from 3-6 and pick up your new favorite carnivorous plant. We typically have a variety of sundews, flytraps, nepenthes and sarracenia. If carnivorous aren't your thing- we also have begonias and other tropical houseplants. The Market is located at the Enka campus for AB Tech (across from Ingles) 1465 Sand Hill Rd, Candler, NC 28715
How to divide and repot Sarracenia
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I know that repotting can be a bit daunting but there really is no need to fear! Generally speaking the best time to repot temperate species (which includes all sarracenia) is at the tail end of winter/ beginning of spring. This way the plant is still dormant, easier to work with and you aren't disrupting its growing season. I have this overgrown Sarracenia purpurea that I have been wanting to divide for a while now so I though this would make a good subject to show beginners how to divide a clumpy pitcher plant. All Sarracenia grow from rhizomes that...