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Nepenthes spathulata - Small
Nepenthes spathulata
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Nepenthes spathulata produces some of the largest pitchers of any highland Nepenthes. The pitchers of Nepenthes spathulata are tubby and green, with widely flared red mouths. This particular clone of Nepenthes spathulata is guaranteed to be female.

This plant will be shipped bare-root with a 3" plastic pot and enough top-quality New Zealand long-fiber sphagnum moss to fill it. Planting and growing instructions will also be included.
Product Details
Latin Name
Nepenthes spathulata
OriginSumatra
SourceTissue culture - Single clone
SexFemale
Altitude
Highland: 3600-9500' (1100-2900m)
Temperature
70-80F Day/50-60F Night
SunlightBright, filtered sun
Water
Keep soil damp and well drained at all times
HumidityNepenthes spathulata appreciates higher humidity


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Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 5 Write a review.

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Healthy plants! May 20, 2014
Reviewer: Chris Tran from San Jose, CA United States  
I received a big healthy plant in excellent condition!

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Nepenthes spathulata April 9, 2013
Reviewer: Karl Geiger from McDonough, GA United States  
Great looking plant.

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great plant October 23, 2011
Reviewer: Douglas Hershey from columbia, PA United States  
Healthy well described plant with two 3inch sized pitchers.  Service was great and would buy from again.  Thank you!

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Great, but a little squished. October 7, 2011
Reviewer: Mat Orchard from Portland, OR United States  
The plant itself was healthy, a good size, and had three pitchers. Unfortunately, since the plant was packed bare-root with my other potted plants, two of the pitchers got smashed. Not a big deal though, since pitchers die off naturally and often. The actual plant was fine, so no worries. I'm still a huge fan of predatory plants.

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Quality Plant - September 20, 2011
Reviewer: Philip Clayton from Cedar Crest, NM United States  
A small, but nice quality specimen. Has several pitchers developing from tips of leaves. I was impressed by the healthiness and quality of this specimen. Plants purchased from a competitor were more expensive and smaller in size compared to those of Predatory Plants.

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