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Nepenthes Diana Carnivorous Plant Without Pitchers

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Growing Difficulty

Medium

Plant Size

Matured

Conditions

Intermediate to Warm

Suitable for

Balcony Gardening / Home Gardening

Potting Media

Coco Chips

Plant Dimensions

12 - 18 inches

Pot Dimensions

7 inches

 

Product Information

Nepenthes Diana is a beautiful hybrid named after the lovely Diana Cantley who is the worlds most prolific Nepenthes breeder. This variety is almost certainly the worlds most vigorous Nepenthes. The cross is between a red Nepenthes ampullaria and Nepenthes (ventricosa x sibuyanensis).

Description: Introducing the stunning Nepenthes Diana Carnivorous Plant! This extraordinary botanical marvel is sure to captivate plant enthusiasts with its unique blend of beauty and carnivorous nature. With its enchanting pitcher-shaped traps and lush green foliage, the Nepenthes Diana is a true masterpiece of nature.

Size: Standing tall at a height of 12-18 inches, this Nepenthes Diana is the perfect addition to any indoor or outdoor space. Its compact size allows it to fit effortlessly on a windowsill, tabletop, or even as a centerpiece in your garden. The 7-inch pot size height provides ample space for the plant's roots to grow and thrive, ensuring optimal health and vitality.

 

About Nepenthes plants

Nepenthes, commonly known as tropical pitcher plants or monkey cups, are a fascinating genus of carnivorous plants. Native to tropical regions such as Southeast Asia and Madagascar, these unique plants have evolved specialized leaves that form pitcher-shaped structures. These pitchers are filled with digestive enzymes and attract insects, luring them in with nectar and vibrant colors. Once trapped inside, the insects are unable to escape and are eventually digested, providing the plant with essential nutrients. Nepenthes come in various shapes, sizes, and colors, with some species producing large pitchers that can reach impressive lengths. They are highly adaptable and can thrive in both indoor and outdoor environments with the right care, making them intriguing additions to any plant collection.

How to grow Nepenthes plants



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