N. rajah x robcantleyi BE4019
Although it’s an easy grower, supply will be extremely limited for a long time to come.
If you think of a dream hybrid between two species in the genus with the largest pitchers, this might well be it! It’s been decades in coming from only a single germinated seed from the grex, so it’s of one clone.
We expect this cross to produce huge and amazing pitchers and it’s a joy watching it mature
Source: From a single clone out of microprop.
Item Description: First introduced July 2020. It has taken decades of work to produce this dream hybrid. The female parent is a Nepenthes rajah, which is one of the four clones donated in-vitro from the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew in the 1990s. The male parent is the giant black Nepenthes robcantleyi, with the cultivar name ‘King of Spades'. These are small plants.