I have a special fondness for 'Leah Wilkerson.' "Wilkerson's Red" makes my heart sing as do most any red Sarracenia. Straight species, it would have to be flava rubricorpora with a yellow lid, like the acres of them in the Apalachicola National Forest. Natural crosses, it would have to be mooreis hands down of which 'Leah' and 'AS' fall into. I recieved an 'AS' last year. It pouted all summer and did very little. At present, it is putting up several strong pitchers, no flower and, no divisions. What makes 'Leah' special is the fact that it could be TCed. Flavas are notorious for not having clean cultures so any cross with flavas proves to be very difficult to TC (ie 'AS' or any moorei for that fact) I understand that 'AS' (is a naturally occuring moorei) has been tried but has been unsuccessful. 'Leah' was TCed and is in process now. Besides, 'Leah' is a strong grower and rapid multiplier. many people have 'Leah' all over the world so it show be a short time before it is easily available. As far as named cultivars go 'Juduthip Soper' is nice, 'Cobra nest' (there we go again with those red ones!) 'Bug Bat' and 'Frog Man."