National Geographic : 1939 Feb
(J National Geographic Society THE FRUIT THAT REFRESHES, ON RODEO DAY A Sonoma girl in a ranch costume loyally displays the big red "bings" that flourish in this valley. At roadside stands and street corners they sell cherries, also plums, apricots big as peaches, and oversize grapes. Dufaycolor Photographs by B.Anthony Stewart A FLOWER THAT TRAPS INSECTS Split open the pitcher plant (Darlingtonia), and within itspastel walls you find a charnel house of flies and other captives lured toitsgummy maw. Around Gasquet they call it"cobra plant," because ofitssinister pose.