The famous Sarracenia Metallized, with it’s metal-like sheen and reptilian-rose style mouth. Here’s an excerpt from the official cultivar description to give you an idea of why this North American pitcher plant is so unique:
The name ‘Metallized’ has been chosen because the presence of vegetal waxes inside the pitcher and the absence of pubescence give to the leaves a particular metallic iridescent appearance if observed in full sun. The nuances that are seen by moving the leaves in the sun are difficult to reproduce photographically, as with the iridescence of sundews.
This is another super-rare plant that I only have one small available division!