I know that it lacks red in the pitcher, and that its flowers are yellow. However,
1. Is S. leucophylla “Schnell’s Ghost” an anthocyanin-free plant?
2. Is it a cultivar, or a description of all yellow flowered, white pitchered leucophyllas?
3. If it is anthocyanin-free, then the bases of the pitchers and the cladophyls should also lack pigmentation, correct?
I ask this because there are many cases where a pitcher plant shows no coloration, however, that does not mean it is anthocyanin-free (S. flava var. maxima comes to mind).
Thanks for any clarification!