One (1) N. ampullaria – Papua intermediate BE-3450 – Large
YES – an ampullaria that is considered an intermediate!
Photo(s) are provided by Borneo Exotics and are representative. Plants may or may not currently have pitchers.
This swamp-dwelling species is one of the few that will develop basal rosettes when larger giving the appearance of a carpet of pitchers with no leaves. Loves high temperatures and humidity. Pitchers are globose and vary enormously in colouration. A lightly speckled form of the species from about 750m altitude in Papua. This is the first release of this species we have made from a source other than near sea level and it may be expected to tolerate cooler growing conditions than other varieties of the species.