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N. Spathulata x Spectabilis BE-3314

N. Spathulata is found at elevations of between 1100 and 2900 meters.

N. Spectabilis is found at elevations of between 1400 and 2200 meters.

   On average, a N. Spathulata x Spectabilis hybrid is likely to prefer conditions similar to those found at elevations of between 1250 and 2550 meters and equates to temperatures of approximately 20 - 27°C (68 - 80°F) during the day, and 10 - 17°C (50 - 62°F) at night. 


Description: First introduced in April 2010 and recreated several times since. The female parent is our finest selected clone of N. spathulata with wide purple peristome and green pitcher body, sold under BE-3175 and the male parent is a selected clone of the incomparable giant form of N. spectabilis sold under BE-3178.

Although some of these plants may appear quite similar to the cultivar Nepenthes ‘Helen’ as they have the same parent species, they do not include the specific clone chosen as Nepenthes ‘Helen’.  This cross is very eye-catching. All the plants we have raised to maturity have extremely wide peristomes that generally don’t roll back and remain flared.

The photos shown here are representative and may not be identical clones to the plants you receive.

Source: Random selection from very many clones out of microprop.

Climate: Intermediate/Highland

N. Spathulata x Spectabilis BE-3314

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  • Since I took these pictures of the plants they have Grown a Lot and all the plants have Nice Pitchers and are very hardy

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