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Nepenthes x dyeriana
Nepenthes x dyeriana

Price: $74.95
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Item Number:: 36433

General Description
This complex hybrid, Nepenthes (northiana x maxima) x (rafflesiana x veitchii), grows amazingly well as a houseplant. It does require quite a bit of sunlight and space to accommodate its long vines, but the effort in growing this plant is well worth it. It's pitchers are large with a very thick, colorful, eye-catching peristome.

While we've had our mother plant in our collection for many years, we rarely see it produce pitchers mainly because of our highland conditions. In a home situation, the plant produces pitchers more readily, though you will need to give it lots of space because the leaves on this plant can approach 12-18 inches long.

Plants You Receive
Your plant will be shipped potted in a 4-inch pot. All plants are established rooted cuttings that were propagated on-site from proven mother plants in our collection.

Photo is representative of plants for sale. Pitchers may or may not be present at the time of shipping.

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Natural Habitat
Parent plants are native to the tropical rainforest of Southeast Asia.

Type of Plant
Tropical plant for indoor growing. Always protect from frost.

Size of Adult Plants
Pitchers can reach 9-12 inches.

Partial sun. A south window with a few hours of direct sun is best.

Use mineral-free water or water low in minerals (less than 50 parts per million). Keep the soil damp, but never waterlogged. Allow the water to drain through completely.

Use 1 part dried sphagnum moss and 1 part perlite. Avoid fertilizers, regular garden soil, and compost.

Day Temperature
75° - 85°F.

Night Temperature
Above 65°F.

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