N. pervillei seed grown
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.
N. thorelii x hamata seed grown
If you love that toothy hamata look but your temperatures are warmer this should fill the craving! Showing nice peristomes at a small size.
Imported from Christian Klein.
This plant prefers intermediate conditions. It should be kept roughly around 64-85°F with very high humidity, around 75% and higher.
We recommend watering with RO or distilled water only for best results.
Intermediate. Exact plant as seen in the images. 3+ inches in diameter. Seed grown.
Heliamphora folliculata MATURE SEED GROWN DIVISION
Another unique species of marsh pitcher plant endemic to the Aparam group of Tepuis in venezuela. It grows on Aparaman Tepui, Murosipan Tepui, Tereke Tepui and Kamakeiwaran Tepui. It produces blunt pitchers that turn a brilliant red in good light! This is a seed grown division from our large plant. We originally obtained it from the well known Jeremiah Harris.
Highland. Mature division. Seed grown.