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CARNIVOROUS PLANT WEB RING
Nepenthes Villosa | Exclusive XXL Male Villosa's There are 2 thoroughly rooted Basals from a Large Male Villosa which flowered last year. They are both over 8 Inches. Multiple basals formed after this plant flowered which are all vigorous. Pitchers have not formed but are beginning to develop now Parent plant was 12+ Years old grown from seed
Nepenthes Robcantleyi x Hamata - Single specimen offer of a Rob Mata that has lived through all of my extreme tests. More vigorous growth than a typical Rob, Pititchers that rival the nicest hamata's with the signature N. Rob in the leaf formation and slow pitcher evolution from green/orange to deep purple. Combined with the looks of a hamata 10"...
Nepenthes Robcantleyi - Massive specimen available A slow but powerful growing nepenthes which takes it's time forming pitchers that mature very slowly to a nice deep purple. Pitcher Size can be massive. Specimen available is a 12 Inch Basket with several fresh leaves. Healthy and grows really well in consistent conditions which may be warm or...
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 "Ventrata" - Highland Tropical Pitcher Plant is a hybrid of N. Alata and N. Ventricosa Red. This variety of nepenthes is a vigorous grower that does well in a wide range of conditions. Mature lower pitchers can reach 6-7+ inches, while upper pitchers max out at around 5 inches. Highly recommended Sizes & Growing Instructions Below :
Nepenthes Tropical Pitcher Plant CollectionSet includes three easy to grow Carnivorous Tropical Pitcher Plants (Nepenthes). Varieties included grow well in a wide range of conditions, require very little care and will grow 6-12 Inch Pitchers!Similar to orchids, these nepenthes thrive in a windowsill that receives 3-4 hours of sun.Truly the Best...
Nepenthes ramispina x ventricosa - These are among the easiest nepenthes to grow. Compared to Alata or Ventricosa Red, the pitchers are larger and more robust. Deep Red 6-8 Inch+ Pitchers when Mature. They are fast growers and will look nice in any greenhouse, patio, deck, or by a sunny windowsill. Young Size is 8" Tall w/ 10" Leafspan
Nepenthes "Gentle" (N. Maxima x Fusca)N. Gentle is a hybrid of Nepenthes Maxima and Fusca. The result is beautiful easy to grow Carnivorous Tropical Pitcher Plant. Deep green pitchers with red speckles, similar to N. Miranda with a more robust color.This variety grows exceptionally well indoors and tolerates a wide range of weather.Basket Sized Plants...
Nepenthes Hamata (Gunung Lumut, Sulawesi) - This is an extremely rare clone from the unique and bizarre N. Hamata that grows in the highland to ultra-highland conditions of Gunung Lumut, Sulawesi Indonesia. 4.5" Male Specimen in a 5.5" Basket, 2.5-3" Vine, Producing classic Green Pitchers with deep Red Peristomes
Nepenthes Dubia (Malae Sumatra) - If you have proper highland conditions, N. dubia is a relatively easy and fast grower. The upper pitchers are yellowish orange with variable striping while lower pitchers have a much deeper red/orange coloration.AW Clones which are pitchering, colorful and look amazing3.5" Potted
Nepenthes Pulchra (Mindanao, Philippenes) - Discovered on Mount Kiamo on Mindanao in 2011, this variety of nepenthes is being openly sold for the first time. Pulchra grows well in intermediate to highland temperatures. Mature plants produce large pitchers in the 15"+ range.3" Pitchering Plants
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:Very Larger 12"+ beginning to form pitchers