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Nepenthes (veitchii x lowii) x spectabilis "Giant" - Small
Nepenthes (veitchii x lowii) x spectabilis "Giant"
 
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Nepenthes (veitchii x lowii) x spectabilis "Giant" is a seed-grown hybrid with enormous potential. Despite being young, these plants are already showing some of the best characteristics of their parents: wide, colorful peristomes, robust, speckled pitchers and vigorous growth are already evident. The source of these plants released only 100 seed-grown individuals, so get yours while they last.

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.
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Grow in partial sun at room temperature and keep damp year round. These plants don't appreciate water-logged conditions, so keep the pot well drained and don't leave it in a tray of water. They appreciate high humidity, so regular misting is recommended.

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Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.

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(V x L) x S January 3, 2015
Reviewer: Anthony Hulyk from Greensburg, PA United States  
Very nice little cutting.  The tendril is noticeably moving each day, so I can firmly say there appears to be no transport or transplant shock.  Very interesting cross too.  If this is available, you should snag it for sure.

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Nepenthes (veitchii x lowii) spectabilis "Giant" October 8, 2014
Reviewer: George Rojas from Edmonds, WA United States  
Well packaged. Promptly shipped. Nice plant with 4-5 pitchers. Perfect! Plant is doing well. Potting and care information very helpful and clear. I will pruchase more plants in the future from Predatory Plants. Thanks Josh!

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