SPECIAL IMPORT 🌟 Nepenthes Truncata (Mt. Malimumu, Philippines) ex Wistuba πŸ“ 3-4cm

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Description
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  • Special import from Wistuba - exotic plants
  • Clone:Β  Individual clone from seeds - Individual seedling (ISC)
  • Growing conditions:Β  Intermediate
  • This is a specimen plant and you will receive the exact plant pictured
Seller descriptionΒ 
  • Interesting new location for this species!
  • Nepenthes truncata is an iconic species of the genus! The oversized pitchers, variability and robustness make it a must-have in the collection
  • There are hardly any larger pitchers in the genus than those of Nepenthes truncata, sizes over 50 cm are not uncommon. It is difficult to imagine the size of such a pitcher. Red, green, orange and yellow pitchers are all present in Nepenthes truncata, as is the wide peristome which can be striped, unstriped, red, green, orange or yellow
  • The advantage of N. truncata is that it grows out of most set-ups quickly, but with sufficient light it can also be cultivated on a windowsill or skylight. Alternatively, artificial light in the room is also possible. However, the amount of light must be high enough; the plant can also tolerate direct sunlight for a few hours. Due to the thick leaves, however, it hardly dries out as long as the substrate is sufficiently moist.