BE4038 N. burbidgeae x robcantleyi – selected clone
This cross attains huge size and can be seen on photographs of our gold medal winning 2013 Hampton Court Palace Flower Show, where it formed the centrepiece, hanging gracefully from a tree.
The female parent is N. burbidgeae, selected for its typical cream-colored characteristics from the assorted clones sold under BE-3041. The male parent is the giant black N. robcantleyi, with the cultivar name ‘King of Spades’.
This item differs from BE-3577 in that BE-3577 is a random assortment from four different clones out of microprop. This item has been selected out from BE-3577 as being the clone we consider to be possible the best of the four and it will not be included in BE-3577 in the future. The photos here show an intermediate pitcher, illustrating how it darkens with time. The last two photos are of an eye-catching upper pitcher.
History: First introduced on our wholesale auctions in Nov 2020, only four batches were ever offered and it was added to the shop in Sept 2023.
Origin: Horticultural, bred by Borneo Exotics from specimen parent plants.
Source: From a single carefully selected clone out of microprop.
Small size plant,Sent out ready potted