One (1) N. ‘Viking’ – selected clone: BE-3928 MEDIUM
Photos are provided by Borneo Exotics and are representative. Plants may or may not currently have pitchers.
Details from BE:
“Nepenthes mirabilis is a widespread and abundant species in it’s commonest form. However, some fascinating variations exist, such as the echinostoma form found only in Brunei and small parts of Sarawak, which has an exceptional peristome with upraised ribs. The other most notable variation is the globosa form from Thailand, which is also commonly known in horticulture as Nepenthes ‘Viking’, due to its resemblance to the shape of the prow of a Viking ship. The correct scientific name is Nepenthes mirabilis var. globosa.
This clone was carefully selected from many, to represent the most spectacular and colorful form of the species. The lower pitchers are deep orange and yellow and the intermediate and upper pitchers are a beautiful blend of red fading to yellow and are covered with a delicate network of red veins.
Source: From a single carefully selected clone out of microprop.“