Sarracenia purpurea var. Dicot. This plant’s unusual hollow, red-and-green pitcher-shaped leaves are used to trap insects for the plant’s food. The leaves hold water in which trapped insects drown and decompose; the leaves absorb the nutrients from the decomposed insects. It is native to acidic bogs in temperate regions, although some species are found in tropical areas. It prefers acidic conditions in terrariums and comes supplied in a pot with care instructions. Size: 4–6".