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Nepenthes ampullaria 'speckled' (seedling)


Nepenthes ampullaria is a swamp-dwelling species that will develop basal rosettes when larger giving the appearance of a carpet of pitchers with no leaves. Pitchers are globose and vary enormously in colouration. Speckled pitchers form. 3-4 cm, available !

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by Ruben Quintana Artamendi 4 of 5 Stars! 4 of 5 Stars!

Healthy seedling received in good condition. I wonder what type of colours it will develop.

by Oscar van Alphen 5 of 5 Stars! 5 of 5 Stars!

Received a healthy plant, growing really well. Pitchers look almost identical to my Hookeriana's of the same age, and they both are not speckled yet at this life stage. Comparing with my slightly older Hookeriana's I don't think that will take too long, though. Interesting to see how the plants will diverge eventually, and I can't wait for the carpets of course.