rajah x peltata BE-4510


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.

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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.


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potted, Unpotted