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Pitcher Plants

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Pitcher Plants

Pitcher Plants

Pitcher Plants

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Pitcher plants are carnivorous vegetation, Latin name Sarracenia, that eat insects and flies, and grow near water. Garden writer Jeannette Hardy talks to Scott Simon from a bog in Southern Mississippi where the plants grow.