Sarracenia leucophylla, commonly called white-topped pitcher plant or white trumpet, is native to mucky soils of sandy bogs and pine savannas in coastal plain areas from south western Georgia, southern Alabama and the Florida panhandle.
The white-topped pitcher plant, Sarracenia leucophylla is a tall southern pitcher plant with distinctively red and white colored trumpets. White areoles (windows) dominate the upper portions of the tubes which attract many flying insects, particularly wasps. Sarracenia leucophylla has two trap seasons, producing a few nice traps in the spring, but a burst of large vigorous traps in the fall, when it is very showy and other pitcher plants dwindle. The plant is a listed vulnerable species but it is cultivated as an ornamental plant.