One (1) N. rafflesiana ‘Brunei’ – selected clone BE-4519 SMALL
Photos are provided by Borneo Exotics and are representative. Plants may or may not currently have pitchers.
Details from BE: ”
Nepenthes rafflesiana is a classic lowland species found across Borneo, Sumatra and Peninsular Malaysia. The upper pitchers are very different in form from the lower pitchers, and within the species itself, there is a great deal of variability in the size morphology and coloration of pitchers, even across individuals within the same colony of plants. It hybridizes regularly in habitat with nearby species, including N. gracilis, N. ampullaria, N. bicalcarata and various forms of N. mirabilis, to name but a few. In any colony of Nepenthes rafflesiana, it’s common to find hybrids, unless it’s very geographically isolated from other species. Therefore, it’s unlikely that there is any such thing as “pure” Nepenthes rafflesiana, which may explain the wide range of variability observed in habitat.
We really like what we’re seeing in this particular clone as it develops in our nurseries. We still only have juvenile pitchers, but they appear really beautiful, with a wide mouth and large gorgeously coloured wings.”