One (1) N. eustachya x tenuis BE-3971 LARGE
Photos are provided by Borneo Exotics and are representative. Plants may or may not currently have pitchers.
Details from BE: “History: First introduced to cultivation in April 2019 through our wholesale auctions, it was transferred to our online shop in Aug 2019. It last went out of stock in Dec 2020 and returned in Aug 2021.
Description: The two very different looking parent species create an interesting cross. N. tenuis seems to give the peristome a flanged appearance in many of the hybrids we have created with it. Also, the wide altitudinal distribution of N. eustachya (0-1600m a.s.l.) will certainly make this variety easy to grow under a broad range of temperature conditions
As the photos show, this cross is an extremely prolific producer of pitchers, which hang on long tendrils beneath the plant, forming attractive cascade. The photos shown here are representative and may not be identical clones to plants shipped.”