Nepenthes reinwardtiana (M-TC) Potted
Nepenthes reinwardtiana is a tall scrambler also comes from Borneo, Sumatra and the Malay Peninsula and sometimes grows epiphytically in trees. The smooth, curvaceous pitchers have negligible wings and are long and thin, with a slight waist. The slanted mouth is oval with a thin peristome an oval lid. The hallmark is two curious, waxy "eye spots" that usually appear on the upper interior back wall of the pitcher, which may be a lure for prey.
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 80’s-90’s with a night time temp of no lower than 70 degrees
Dormancy: none needed