Description: It’s a hybrid between two spectacular highland parents of N. hamata and N. platychila. N. hamata are rare and much sought-after species is native to Central Sulawesi where it grows on mossy ridges in montane forest. The bizarre clawed peristome is the plant’s trademark feature. N. platychila is revered for the upper traps, funnel shaped with a fantastically wide and flattened peristome.
Cultivation recommendations: Requires cool humid conditions to thrive.
Pot size : 8cm