Depending on how large your order is, we highly recommend 1-2 of these from November-April. They are greatly beneficial and we can't guarantee live arrival without one.
These can only be purchased with plants.
This is our favorite Heliamphora!!!!! Endemic to Ptari Tepui in Bolívar state, Venezuela, sarracenioides produces serpent looking pitchers that turn blood red in good light! This is a mature division from our collection! A must have for the Heli collector!
Highland. Exact plant as seen in the main images.
These should have spectacular pitchers when mature..look at the parents in the last image:) The platychila parent should really add a dramatic effect to the uppers!
Intermediate. Exact plant as seen in the main image. seed grown.
A fun combination of plants with a lot of potential! Created by Exotica plants our larger variants are really get dramatic with each new pitcher. Oh how they change as they grow:) Take a look at the parents and daydream about the possibilities!
Intermediate. Main image shows the exact plant for sale. Seed grown.
Endemic to the Philippines, alata has many variants and are very hardy plants. A very cool form of the species that gets a bulbous pitcher base! A must have!
This plant prefers intermediate conditions. It should be kept around 64-85°F with very high humidity, around 75% and higher.
We recommend watering with RO or distilled water only for best results.
LAST IMAGE SHOWS A MATURE SPECIMEN.
Intermediate. Exact plant as seen in the images. 6+ inches in diameter.
Nepenthes pervillei is endemic to the Seychelles, where it can be found on the islands of Mahé and Silhouette. It grows in rocky soils near mountain summits. It prefers to be kept more on the dry side and have ample air circulation. It was once thought to be it's own genus due to certain morphological features such as its seeds lacking wings. Rarely seen for sale, we are offering greenhouse hardened seed grown plants imported from Christian Klein. Main image shows a mature specimen in the wild photographed by wildlife photographer.
Note: Red tinted leaves are due to the high light levels we had in summer. Lowland. 1+ inches in diameter. Seed grown.