introduced July 2020 as seed-grown individuals with a limited release, which
when sold out cannot be replaced.|
This is a cross between two plants of what has become known as N.
veitchii ‘Bario Gold’. As the photos
show, both parents are pure in colouration, but from the largest of the
plants coming out of this grex, we can see that although some are likely to
be pure, others may have striped peristomes and could turn out to be more
like the “candy-striped” version of the Bario veitchii.
The first photo below shows the actual female parent and the second is the
actual male parent. The third photo shows a juvenile pitcher on a
representative plant from this cross, which shows some striping developing on
the peristome. It's not yet known what proportion may turn out to be like
this and what proportion may be of pure coloration.
classic species has a spectacular wide peristome. There are both lowland and
highland varieties, which are often markedly different in appearance. In
general, the highland varieties have wider more colorful pitcher peristomes
but all are hairy and charismatic.|
All different individuals from seed.