One (1) N. spectabilis x ‘Viking’ – assorted clones: BE-4523 LARGE
Photos are provided by Borneo Exotics and are representative. Plants may or may not currently have pitchers.
We’re increasingly astonished at how beautiful hybrids with N. ‘Viking’ can become as they mature. As the photographs show, this item is exceptionally lovely, combining the red-striped peristome and speckled pitcher body of N. spectabilis with the pink-hued gradation and wide fringed wings of N. ‘Viking’. Hybrids don’t always take on the best characteristics of both parent species, but this one certainly does!
The correct scientific name of this item is Nepenthes spectabilis x mirabils var. globosa.
Origin: The female parent is a selected clone of the superbly spectacular giant form of N. spectabilis, sold under BE-3178 and the male parent is a selected seed-raised individual of N. ‘Viking’. One clone produced from the same grex of seeds as this item, as well as some seed-grown plants were offered for occasional brief periods from Jan 2017 under BE-3741 and BE-3909 respectively.
Source: A random selection from a huge number of different clones out of microprop.
Photo notes: Photos are of representative clones and may not be identical to plants shipped.