A Sulawesi species once regarded as a form of N. maxima. The pitchers are generally white in colour with a reddish flush and are bulbous in the lower half.
First introduced in Dec 2016. This at the time of introduction should be the real thing, but until mature plants are available is unknown. It is however a different form from the N. maxima sold under BE-3065, which for many years was believed to be N. eymae. This item differs from BE-3660, in that although it is derived from the same grex of seeds, these plants are from sustainable laboratory microprop.
*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.