rajah x peltata BE-4510
$25.00 – $27.00
As it develops, it has become apparent that the intermediate pitchers have some of the flared characteristics of N. lowii. If it produces upper pitchers, they could be extremely interesting.
As it’s a highland-lowland cross, it’s an easy grower and tolerant of a wide range of temperatures.
The female parent is one of the four clones of Nepenthes rajah, sold under BE-3152 and originating with Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. It has typical lower pitchers similar to that shown in the photo towards the end of the series. The male parent is a seed-grown plant of N. peltata, selected for the striking red coloration to the underside of its leaves.