Now that I figured out how to work Geocities and the photo paster. Here is S. leucophylla at Treaty Oak State Park. It's actually Pitcher Plant Prarie (sp?) in Baldwin Co, Al. A couple of S. alata are also at this park but no photos came out. This is a perfect example of what happens when Conservation is at the fore front. Several thousand plants can be seen here
Here is S. flava var. ornata near Wilmington, NC. Don't be fooled by the seeming large distance. It was right off the road. Not more then 2 feet from the road and another 7 until the trees. This was under a bilboard. Many types of flava including ornata, flava and maxima were seen here.