here are some pictures i took from the large population of S. alata in Stone County/Mississippi. It's certainly one of the best Sarracenia site we have been during our trip. It was great to see so many healthy plants!
Please note, that i have not bothered myself too long with the new Varieties and so i might be wrong with some of them. If someone knows better, please let me know
yes, i think many of them are actually introregressed plants. I could well imagine, that the red color in some forms is in fact a result of hybridization with S. psittacina. There is absolutely no S. minor there or close to that place.