Description: A highland species from the mountains of the Malay Peninsula. The large broad lower pitchers are beautifully spotted with purple; upper pitchers are sometimes pure white. A distinctive feature of this species is the hairy undersurface of the pitcher lid.
Cultivation recommendations: Prefers cool temperatures and moderate shading. Due to the long tendrils, this species is best displayed in a hanging pot. See also: How to Grow Nepenthes