spectabilis giant x mirabilis var. globosa BE-4523
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.
We’re increasingly astonished at how beautiful hybrids with N. ‘Viking’ can become as they mature. As the photographs show, this item is exceptionally lovely, combining the red-striped peristome and speckled pitcher body of N. spectabilis with the pink-hued gradation and wide fringed wings of N. ‘Viking’. Hybrids don’t always take on the best characteristics of both parent species, but this one certainly does