The two very different looking parent species create an interesting cross. N. tenuis seems to give the peristome a flanged appearance in many of the hybrids using it. Also, the wide altitudinal distribution of N. eustachya (0-1600m a.s.l.) will certainly make this variety easy to grow under a broad range of temperature conditions.
As the photos show, this cross is a very prolific producer of pitchers that hang on long tendrils beneath the plant forming attractive cascade
*Please note that these plants are grown in extremely humid conditions and will require a period of acclimatization to your growing conditions. Photos are provided for reference and may not represent the size of plant you will receive.
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