Eleanor Campbell

About Eleanor Campbell

My name is Eleanor Campbell, and I live with my husband and our two beautiful boys on a small farm in rural Ohio. 

We have been growing Pitcher Crowns for years, and the flowers are more spectacular each year. 

Gardening has become an integral part of my life ever since I discovered Pitcher Crowns. 

Its unique, symmetrical shape always catches my eye. And as I got older, I began to appreciate its other features, too; the delicate way it spreads its leaves, the purple veins that run through them, and most of all, the way it grows in any type of soil.

We have even gone so far as to produce our own hybrid species by carefully cross-breeding different flower varieties. 

It’s a great way to stay connected with nature and encourages me to be creative and inventive in the garden – something extremely rewarding.

I have always been drawn to the field of botany, but since I found the Pitcher Crown plant, I have chosen to focus on it.

I am passionate about researching the Pitcher Crown plant, and I often spend hours studying it or just admiring its beauty.

My goal is to learn all I can about this unique species and share what I know with others. It has become such an important part of my life; it’s almost like a family member!

That’s why I’m so proud of my work with Pitcher Crowns – they are genuinely magical plants that have brought me so much joy over the years. 

Thank you for taking the time to read about my passion for Pitcher Crowns. By sharing my stories, I hope to inspire others to explore and appreciate the natural world around us. 

Together, we can all make a difference in protecting these beautiful plants so that future generations can enjoy them too!

Sincerely yours,

Eleanor Campbell.

A Pitcher Crown’s explorer