Sarracenia leucophylla 'Tarnok' is a registered cultivar, named after Coleman Tarnok who discovered this in Baldwin County of southeastern Alabama in the early 1970s. Small to medium, tissue cultured plants with multiple growth points, these are outgrowing outgrown their 3 inch pots. Famous for the 'double flower', S. leucophylla 'Tarnok' is a temperate species, native to the US. These require a winter dormancy for vigorous, healthy growth.
We use either a standard CP potting mix of 50:50 sand:peat, or 1:2 sand:peat. Water by sitting in a tray of pure water, and never let them become dry. Give them several hours or longer of full sun each day. Rarely they may need some protection from drying out in extreme heat.
Medium plants, shipped bare root.
Dormancy notice: Usually dormancy lasts roughly November through March.
We grow all our Sarracenia outdoors here in the greater Seattle area. This ensures that they will experience a seasonal dormancy each year, a requirement for healthy plants.