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Nepenthes ((lowii x veitchii) x boschiana) x ((veitchii x maxima) x veitchii)) x vogelii
I am very curious about the results with this complex crossing.

€75.00*
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Nepenthes (bongso x inermis) x (ephippiata x maxima)
Cross with very interesting parent combination!

€20.00*
Nepenthes (bongso x inermis) x sibuyanensis
Own cross. The combination of Nepenthes inermis and Nepenthes sibuyanensis promises interestingly shaped and large pitchers. The young plants show a distinctly "bottle-like" shape - a typical characteristic of Nepenthes inermis.

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Nepenthes (bongso x inermis) x talangensis
Own cross. The combination of Nepenthes inermis and Nepenthes talangensis promises interesting shaped and pitchers, hopefully reminiscent of Nepenthes x Pyriformis....

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Nepenthes (bongso x inermis) x truncata
Own cross. The Nepenthes truncata used as crossing partner is our well-known red highland clone. Very promising!

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Nepenthes (campanulata x maxima) x eymae (Katopasa)
The crossing of two parents with distinctly funnel-shaped upper pitchers promises to be interesting!

€15.00*
Nepenthes (mollis x veitchii) x veitchii
Nothing can go wrong with these parents!The young plants show heavily hairy leaves and a waxy layer between the hair. The leaf colour is mostly dark.

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Nepenthes (spathulata x adnata) x eymae (Katopasa)
Only a few seedlings available.

€15.00*
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Nepenthes (spatulata x spectabilis) x (veitchii x lowii)
Nepenthes (spathulata x spectabilis) x (veitchii x lowii)The parents provide a pronounced rather flat peristome. So far, the half-grown plants also stand out due to their beautiful color.

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Nepenthes adrianii (Sumatra)
Nepenthes adrianii is often seen as a synonym of Nepenthes spathulata. Nevertheless, there are at least habitual differences between the two groups. Nepenthes adrianii usually shows a green pitcher body and a contrasting peristome, while N. spathulata is usually completely red colored. The form sold here shows a green-yellow basal body dotted with red spots, green serrated wings, and a beautiful dark red-purple peristome that shows its full width shortly after opening and then successively folds back, leaving a serrated peristome when the pitchers are fully formed.

€30.00*
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Nepenthes albomarginata (Malaysia, red)
A red form of the well known Nepenthes albomarginata from Penang (Malaysia). Nepenthes albomarginata occurs in Borneo, Peninsular Malaysia and Sumatra, where it is found in the lowlands. "Albomarginata" translates to "white-margined" and refers to the prominent fringe of fine, white hairs under the peristome. This serves to specialize in their prey: termites. The white trichomes serve as food for the termites, but these fall into the pitchers during harvesting. The pitchers of N. albomarginata are highly variable in their coloration. Red, green, violet, black-grey and orange pitchers are known. The bottom pitchers are tubular, the high pitchers are funnel shaped. Very interesting smaller species for a lowland terrarium.

€20.00*
Nepenthes burkei x pitopangii
Nepenthes pitopangii hybrids are still very rare. The lower pitchers are very compact and bulbous with a mostly red base coloration, which is however very variable. The peristome is slightly oval and ribbed, as in Nepenthes burkei. Nepenthes burkei also shows bulbous lower pitchers with a distinct hip and green coloration with red spots. The peristome is red and serrated. To be expected are compact lowers with a probably red peristome and green-red can body.The upper pitchers will be really interesting as they are extremely funnel shaped in Nepenthes pitopangii. How much will this be seen in the high pitchers of this hybrid? It remains to be seen.

€15.00*
Nepenthes copelandii x lowii
A hybrid that already shows compact bulbous pitchers with a broad, (dark) red peristome in the base pitchers. Already other N. lowii hybrids show that elongated pitchers in combination with N. lowii upper pitchers become strongly funnel-shaped. Here you have the exceptional vigour of N. copelandii in combination with N. lowii and can look forward to a problem-free hybrid with red, funnel-shaped uppers.

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Nepenthes dubia (Gunugn Talamau, West Sumatra)
Nepenthes dubia is known from only two mountains: Mount Talakmau, West Sumatra (1800-2700m asl), and Gunung Malea, North Sumatra (1600m ñ 2200m asl). These plants are from the mountain on which the species was first discovered. The upper pitchers of this form (G. Talamau) always have an orange tint in my experience.Nepenthes dubia is a diminutive and dainty species known from only two peaks in the Barisan mountain range of Sumatra. N. dubia is found growing in mossy forests, either epiphytically at lower elevations, or terrestrially in moss clumps at high altitudes (2200m+) amongst the stunted alpine vegetation. It is a true highland plant, though faster growing than many other highlanders.The name ëdubiaí is latin for ìdoubtfulî referring itís similarity to N. inermis and initially being mistaken for a possible hybrid. Lower pitchers are rarely produced and relatively small, with the rosette stage being short lived. N. dubia quickly vines producing elegant and dainty upper pitchers (8cm). Pitchers are funnel shaped, with the lower part appearing as if pinched and flattened from either side. This creates a very unique and unusual look. While these pitchers strongly resemble those of N. inermis, they differ in having a well-developed peristome. The peristome is relatively (to the small pitcher size) broad and flat, lying horizontally so that the pitchers open upwards. The pitcher lid in N. dubia is also unique in almost always being bent backwards by more than 180 degrees relative to the pitcher opening. The upper pitchers of this species are generally light green to green-yellow in colour, though orange and red forms exist. Lower pitchers are often more colourful, being orange to red in colour. All pitchers produce especially viscous pitcher fluid similar to that found in N. inermis and a few other Sumatran species. This is hypothesized to enable pitchers to function as flypaper traps as well as typical pitfall traps. The characteristic red to purple tendrils found on the majority of plants are also a notable and interesting feature.Overall both plant and pitchers, while remaining small and elegant, possess lots of interesting detail and are incredibly unique and charming. Cultivation Guidelines:Light: Bright indirect or dappled lightTemperature: True highland conditions. Requires cool night time temperatures.Growing medium: An open, mossy but well-draining mix. A mix of high quality sphagnum moss with horticultural-grade perlite, a bit of good quality peat-moss and pine bark works well. The proportion of Sphagnum in the mix should ideally be quite high.Extra notes on Cultivation: Appreciates high humidity levels.

€60.00*
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Nepenthes dubia (Malea, Sumatra)
Nepenthes dubia is known from only two mountains: Mount Talakmau, West Sumatra (1800-2700m asl), and Gunung Malea, North Sumatra (1600m - 2200m asl). These plants are from the second and more recently discovered location. The lower pitchers of this variety are reddish, and often quite dark. Young plants are much more colorful than comparable plants from G. Talamau. The upper pitchers on this form are pure yellow or yellowish green, as opposed to the more orange uppers from G. Talamau. Intermediate pitchers are often striped.Nepenthes dubia is a diminutive and dainty species known from only two peaks in the Barisan mountain range of Sumatra. N. dubia is found growing in mossy forests, either epiphytically at lower elevations, or terrestrially in moss clumps at high altitudes (2200m+) amongst the stunted alpine vegetation. It is a true highland plant, though faster growing than many other highlanders.The name ëdubiaí is latin for ìdoubtfulî referring itís similarity to N. inermis and initially being mistaken for a possible hybrid. Lower pitchers are rarely produced and relatively small, with the rosette stage being short lived. N. dubia quickly vines producing elegant and dainty upper pitchers (8cm). Pitchers are funnel shaped, with the lower part appearing as if pinched and flattened from either side. This creates a very unique and unusual look. While these pitchers strongly resemble those of N. inermis, they differ in having a well-developed peristome. The peristome is relatively (to the small pitcher size) broad and flat, lying horizontally so that the pitchers open upwards. The pitcher lid in N. dubia is also unique in almost always being bent backwards by more than 180 degrees relative to the pitcher opening. The upper pitchers of this species are generally light green to green-yellow in colour, though orange and red forms exist. Lower pitchers are often more colourful, being orange to red in colour. All pitchers produce especially viscous pitcher fluid similar to that found in N. inermis and a few other Sumatran species. This is hypothesized to enable pitchers to function as flypaper traps as well as typical pitfall traps. The characteristic red to purple tendrils found on the majority of plants are also a notable and interesting feature.Overall both plant and pitchers, while remaining small and elegant, possess lots of interesting detail and are incredibly unique and charming. Cultivation Guidelines:Light: Bright indirect or dappled lightTemperature: True highland conditions. Requires cool night time temperatures.Growing medium: An open, mossy but well-draining mix. A mix of high quality sphagnum moss with horticultural-grade perlite, a bit of good quality peat-moss and pine bark works well. The proportion of Sphagnum in the mix should ideally be quite high.Extra notes on Cultivation: Appreciates high humidity levels.

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Nepenthes dubia x deaniana
A completely new cross with very interesting parents.I am very curious to see how the seedlings develop further. Given the decidedly interesting pitcher shape of Nepenthes dubia, I see great potential here.

€15.00*
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Nepenthes dubia x diabolica
Own hybrid. I am very curious about the result. Nepenthes diabolica as parent promises a strong toothy peristome.

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Nepenthes dubia x hamata
Own crossing. I am very curious about the result. Nepenthes hamata as parent promises a strongly toothed peristome.

€30.00*
Nepenthes epiphytica x mollis
The first commercially available cross with Nepenthes epiphytica. The interesting elongated shape of the pitcher of N. epiphytica and the extreme peristome of N. mollis. Provided the two characteristics manifest themselves in the cross, we have a real winner!

€40.00*
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Nepenthes flava x diabolica
Own crossing. I am very curious about the result. Nepenthes diabolica as parent promises a strong toothy peristome.

€40.00*
Nepenthes glandulifera x (veitchii x lowii)
Due to the novelty of this hybrid it is difficult to estimate what results this cross will really show. We can expect a hairy, nectary plant with dark, elongated pitcher and dark, striped peristome. It is hoped that the hybrid will take on the size of veitchii x lowii. Also the shape of the upper pitchers of veitchii x lowii with glandulifera influence could be interesting!

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Nepenthes glandulifera x edwardsiana
Nepenthes glandulifera x edwardsiana promises to be a vigorous cross with the unique serrated peristome of N. edwardsiana.I am very excited about the development of the seedlings and see great potential.

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Nepenthes glandulifera x mollis
A cross between two heavily hairy Nepenthes species.The distinctive nectaries of N. glandulifera are found here in abundance on the leaves and the tendrils. The peristome is raised and intensely dark striped. The pitcher body dark with light spots. The hybrid shows the typical white colouring of N. glandulifera under the peristome.

From €24.00*