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CARNIVOROUS PLANT WEB RING
Nepenthes Burkei Hamata - A Tropical Highlighland Pitcher Plant that is a hybrid between Nepenthe Burkei (Philippines) and N. Hamata (Sulawesi, Indonesia) These are a bit under rated because they are really easy to grow. Pitchers don't develop the super bladed peristome that true hamata's are known for but they are quite showy still making them fun and...
Nepenthes Reinwardtiana Red (Seed Grown) - From a remote area in Northern Sabah, these are over two years in age and are showing very healthy, traits that are consistent with the large colony of N. reinwardtiana red that was found. Highland in nature, these are from a location roughly 10,000ft up, we consider them intermediates due to the hot dry...
Nepenthes Albomarginata Red - A lowland nepenthes which is considered easy to grow as long as moderate to high humidity and warm temperatures are provided. As the name suggests, you will find a white collar just below the peristome.Larger specimen growing in live sphagnum moss, actively pitchering and growing in warm intermediate conditions. Large Seed...
Nepenthes Albomarginata Black - This is a vigorous, fast growing lowland/intermediate species which is very rare in cultivation. They will grow in a fairly wide range of conditions and thrive once acclimated however we suggest growing them in a warm environment with high humidity.Plants are small, in the 3"-3." Range, pitchers will not be black yet
Nepenthes Bicalcarata - This is a species that everyone wants in their collection. It is a vigorous growing lowland nepenthes which gets very large. The large fanged pitchers make it one of the most desireable nepenthes to grow.Growing in 3.5" Pots, Young vigorous plants, seed grown, will produce deep orange and lime pitchers.
Nepenthes ' Bloody Mary 'This is horticultural hybrid between a deep red N. Ampullaria and N. Ventricosa Red. The result was a colorful hybrid which has deep red leaves, bright red pitchers that deepend in color while staying in good form for extended periods of time. It is a rather compact growing plant, which accumulates dozens of pitchers all within a...
Nepenthes Truncata - The lowland variety of a very classic giant nepenthes species which produces some of the largest pitchers in the genus. Grown from seed locally, we have a small supply of these availableSize is small : 2" seed grown, lowland/intermediate
Nepenthes Bellii - We consider this species a lowland/intermediate that grows well if given warmer temperatures with moderate humidity. As the plants get larger, you can expect long deep green leaves that are tipped with extra long tendrils and small deep red pitchers. Unique and unusual, lowland nepenthes species. Sized as Pictured
Nepenthes Eustachya - Rare in cultivation but easy to grow. N. eustachya is highly variable in color, easy to grow and has a very similar look to N. mirabilis. Our seeds were sourced from plants with large pitchers, most were green and red mixed, variable shape and size. So far they have proven to grow under both highland and lowland conditions.
Nepenthes Mirabilis (Eastern Thailand) - Grown from seeds collected in the field, these are highly variable larger plants developing pitchers that are green, red, and striped. Variably colored peristomes, easy to grow. 3"+ PlantsGrowing information below: