Photos of a few of the non-native plants growing at Albion Bog before their removal by the Nature Conservancy (the owners of the bog).

Sarracenia leucophylla clump at Albion Bog Sarracenia leucophylla

Albion Bog is a particularly wet part of a pygmy pine forest located on the Mendocino County coast of northern California. The place has been used for ad-hoc experiments by carnivorous plant enthusiasts for a few decades. As a result, there’s an odd assemblage of carnivorous plants from around the world growing among the pines.

Sarracenia leucophylla pitchers at Albion Bog Sarracenia leucophylla

The Nature Conservancy, which owns the wetlands, got tired of the plantings a couple years ago and removed as much of the alien material as the could. Read more about it here.

I took these photos before the TNC removal. It’s quite odd to see Sarracenia growing wild, more or less, in that environment.

Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa at Albion Bog Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa

You might also want to see photos from after the Nature Conservancy removed some of the non-native material from Albion Bog.