This plant has a red tube, with the lid veined and either yellow or green. This plant is very beautiful, but unfortunately usually only produces a single large pitcher per rosette each year, so fields of this variety are somewhat sparsely pitchered. A rare plant, it is only found in the Florida panhandle.
Like all the Sarracenia, it grows along the United States Gulf Coast, generally west of the Apalachicola River on the Florida Panhandle. The white top is usually innervated with green and/or red veins.