This fantastic variety of white-topped American pitcher plant is extinct in the wild, as its original habitat has been converted into a slash pine plantation for pulp production. Fortunately, some specimens were salvaged before the site was destroyed. At night, plants glow in the moonlight, which attract nocturnal insects such as moths. Of all the S. leucophylla in the world, this extraordinary and highly sought after strain arguably produces the whitest traps! Plants are extremely vigorous and fast growing.