Nepenthes jamban is a spectacular species that comes from North Sumatra. Its name comes from the Indonesian word for 'toilet,' which alludes to its shape. The upper pitchers can be up to 5" tall with a perfectly circular mouth and a lightly ridged flat peristome, often bright red. The gaping pitcher abruptly narrows to the tendril, making it look a bit like a toilet. We have a very limited inventory of these plants.
This is a single clone exclusive from the California Carnivores tissue culture lab.
Sun: Grow on sunny windowsills with at least three hours of direct sun, in greenhouses, or in a terrarium with fluorescent light
Water: Water with distilled or purified water frequently, do not let the pots sit in water for long periods of time but be sure to keep the potting medium moist all the time
Temperature: Daytime temperatures in the 70’s-80’s with a 10-20 degree drop in night temps
Dormancy: none needed