Source: From a single carefully selected clone out of microprop.
First introduced Sept 2020. The female parent is a ‘Harlequin’ form of N. ampullaria sold many years ago as CR-13 and which has Collection ID 1245. The male parent is a seed-grown specimen of N. veitchii x lowii, which is a remarkable robust plant, producing huge pitchers, which exude copious amounts of nectar from the underside of their lids.
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.
The photos shown here are of the actual clone as the plants shipped.