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CARNIVOROUS PLANT WEB RING
Highland Nepenthes Species Collection | Three different Highland Nepenthes species of our choice. All plants will be 2.75"+ and require a terrium or highland growing conditions conitions. We'll be choosing species that are not very picky or very difficult to grow. This is a great way to add some new species to your collection or begin growing...
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:
Nepenthes Chaniana (Seed Grown) These are easy to grow Highland Nepenthes which are native to North West Malaysia.Once widely cultivated, this variety is now quite rare. It is known for its bright yellowish green pitchers, furry tendrils and leaves. N. chaniana grows best in highland and intermediate conditions. 3-3.5" plants
Seed Grown N. Veitchii (Batu Buli, Borneo) - This is the highland variety of N. veitchii which can be found naturally growing at about 1400-1600M in the highlands of Batu Buli in Borneo. Mature pitchers have nice flared peristomes and typically some striping on the peristome. Pitcher bodies are green and often develop a reddish orange mottling.Shipping...
Nepenthes Eymae - Rare and not commercially reproduced N. eymae is easier to grow than many of the other desireable nepenthes which are from Sulawesi. They are known for their large yellowish green upper pitchers which are accompanied by a peristome which has red striping or mottling.Plants are from an in house tissue culture, 4"+ Potted
Nepenthes Gantungensis (Mount Gantung, Philippines) - Grown from seed these are a relatively easy and rare highland species. As with many other species native to Palawan, they are variable in color but typically develop large pitchers in a compact low rosette.3+" PottedGrowing Information Below:
Nepenthes Izumiae (Sumatra) - These are clones which were started invitro at the same time we sowed our traditional seed grown izumiae. They are now fully acclimated to highland growing conditions, growing well and a bit larger than the individual seedlings.Growing in 3.5 x 4 Inch Pots
Nepenthes Burbidgeae x Edwardsiana - A very beautiful highland hybrid that can only be described as stunning. Easier to grow than both N. Edwardsiana or N. Burbidgeae this hybrids pitchers grow on the tips of extra long tendrils. Our plants are clones of the specimin shown and are roughly 3"-3.5" in diameter. Growing well in mild to warm highland...
Seed Grown N. veitchii (Bario Borneo) - Lowland variety that is quite easy to grow. No special care is needed other than consistant temperatures and humidity. These were grown from seed. The remaining plants available are comfortably growing in 3.5" pots.
Nepenthes Fusca (Kinabalu). This species has noticeable differences in color and shape which vary by location. The current plants for sale were all grown from seed, our specimens look amazing. Shipped/Potted in a mix of ultramafic rock, perlite and long fiber sphagnum. Highly variable in color, all plants look amazing.
Nepenthes Macrophylla - N. Macrophylla is a jaw dropping spectacle of nature. This highland variety has a thick bladed peristome. Not the fastest grower but very rewarding. Macrophylla is a natural sub species of N. Edwardsiana and N. Villosa and Mikes Favorite species!Current Availability:5-6"+ seed grown plants in 5,5" round net pots