Highland Nepenthes species comprise more than 70% of the genus. They grow at elevations of 3,000 to 10,000 feet above sea level. This is above the lowland heat of the rainforest, the mountain climate can be considerably cooler and wetter, especially at night. They are hauntingly beautiful, their pitcher traps often as elaborate and gaudy as any artistic creation of humankind.
They can grow happily on a sunny windowsill, under grow lights, in a greenhouse or in a terrarium. They prefer daytime temperatures in the 70-80's with a nighttime drop to the 50-60's.
|Plant Sizes||Propagation Method|
XS = 3/4" - 2"
S = 2" - 3"
M = 3" - 6"
L = 6" -12"
XL = 1' or more
SG = Seed Grown, these hybrids can be variable
TC = Tissue Culture these plants are produced in a laboratory from sterilized tissue
RC = Rooted Cutting; we often take cuttings from our extensive collection; these plants tend to produce mature plants faster