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CARNIVOROUS PLANT WEB RING
Nepenthes Dubia - This batch of N. dubia was grown via tissue culture from seed. So far they have shown excellent growth, good coloration and a fairly uniform appearance. These are acclimated to slightly warm highland conditions so growing them is relatively easy. Size is 2-2.5", Ready for Larger Pots
Nepenthes Lowii (Seed Grown) - An interesting species from Borneo which produces completely different upper and lower pitchers. Lower pitchers are usually short, dark and have hairy lids. Upper pitchers tend to be lighter with an open bowl shape. All plants are unique, grown from seed the "In House" here at Southbay Traps. Size : Small
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 Jamban (seed grown) - Native to Sumatra N. jamban is rare in cultivation and often very hard to come across. It is a tall viney plant which can grow quite vigorously if kept in the proper highland conditions. These produce open pitchers which are similar but larger to those found on N. jacquelineaePlants are 2.5" in 3.5" potsGrowing Conditions...
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 Rajah - One of the most desireable and rare nepenthes to have in your collection. Rajah is a relatively slow growing highland/ultra-highland nepenthes which eventually produces some of the most enonormous pitchers found. This species is considered critically endangered. XXL Basal with three pitchers forming in a 12" net pot
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 Platychila - Relatively rare and difficult to find, N. platychila is one of the easiest highland varieties to grow. Similar to N. eymae it has completely different upper and lower pitchers. Lower pitchers resemble small fusca pitchers, however once the plant begins to vine it produces the more desireable open pitchers as shown.Plants are...
Nepenthes Leonardoi - Rare in cultivation and highly desireable N. leonardoi is another easy to grow highland nepenthes. These were grown from seed and shown a decent amount of variability in coloration. Plants are still young, time will tell what they look like when mature but so far they look great.
Nepenthes Macfarlanei - Rare in cultivation these are another highland species that is relatively easy to grow. Grown from seeds which originated from a higher altitude location in Western Malaysia. The plants in that local were particularly light, with creamy white upper pitchers.Plants are still small, in the 2 inch range
N. Veitchii 'Pink' (seed grown) - This variety is the result of a horticultural cross between two beautiful parent plants. We have been growing the seedlings for a few years now. They consistently develop pinkish red pitchers that are accomanied with a yellow striped peristome.Pitcher bodies are slighly more elongated than other more tubby N....