*Sarracenia x catesbaei*

*Sarracenia (flava * purpurea) *

Possibly the commonest of the hybrids, occurring naturally through coastal North and South Carolina and parts of Georgia, north Florida and Alabama.

In cultivation the hybrid is frequently produced. It generally has large, wide upright pitchers with prominent hoods, and can be brightly coloured. There is
something rather bow-legged and bloated about the plants. They remind me of gangs of corpulent school bullies leaning against a fence and chewing gum with their
mouths open.

In taxonomic terms, the name *Sarracenia x catesbaei* includes all the hybrids with only *S.flava* and *S.purpurea* in their make up.
That is, all back crosses, inbreedings and subsequent generations. So, if you'll pardon the phrase, you know where you can stick *S.x melanorhoda*.

(ie *Sarracenia x catesbaei* Melanorhoda Group.)

*Sarracenia x catesbaei* H-6-ON
*Sarracenia x catesbaei* H-11-M
*Sarracenia x catesbaei* H-11A-PJG
*Sarracenia x catesbaei* H-11B-PJG
*Sarracenia x catesbaei* H-11C-PJG
*Sarracenia x catesbaei* H-11D-PJG
*Sarracenia x catesbaei* H-11-PJG
*Sarracenia x catesbaei* H-38-AP
*Sarracenia x catesbaei* H-40-AP
*Sarracenia x catesbaei* H-66-AP
*Sarracenia x catesbaei* H-86-MK
*Sarracenia x catesbaei* H-98-SJ
*Sarracenia x catesbaei* H-108-RT
*Sarracenia x catesbaei* H-142-SM
*Sarracenia x catesbaei* H-171-ST
*Sarracenia x catesbaei* H-208-JC
*Sarracenia x catesbaei* H-217-JC
*Sarracenia x catesbaei* H-238-CC
*Sarracenia x catesbaei* H-314-AP
*Sarracenia x catesbaei* SX-57-AS
*Sarracenia x catesbaei* Melanorhoda Group H-28-PJG
*Sarracenia x catesbaei* Melanorhoda Group H-351-DCB
*Sarracenia x catesbaei* Melanorhoda Group (Green Top) H-352-DCB
*Sarracenia x catesbaei* 'Raymondii' H-350-DCB
*Sarracenia x catesbaei* 'Red Form' H-37-MH
*Sarracenia x catesbaei* 'Red Tube' H-11-M
*Sarracenia x catesbaei* 'Redneck' H-12-M