Last June I bought a S. flava called the "Copper Blush" at a local CP nursery. *The form/variety of this plant originates from the South Santee River Pine Barrens, in South Carolina. *I guess there is a protected bog down there where this variety occurs in the wild. *I don't have a picture of it; it's still pretty young and in dormancy. *The plant can be described as having a coppery lid and pitcher. *Very similar to the "Coppertop", but in this case the color extends further down the pitcher to the base.
Anyone heard of this variety before?