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Live Nepenthes 'Suki’

Regular price $17.95 USD
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Live Nepenthes 'Suki' Carnivorous Pitcher Plant 2” Pot.

Nepenthes 'Suki' is a cross between Nepenthes Rafflesiana and Nepenthes Sibuyanensis. Nepenthes usually have usually have really small and shallow root system.

The picture featured will be similar in size to the plant you will be receiving. Please check the weather in your area before buying as it could affect the condition of the plant during transit.

Customers will be responsible on checking the weather in their area before buying a plant. Too hot or too cold could kill the plant, please wait for a better weather condition if there’s a storm approaching or a sudden weather change.

We want all our customers to be happy and satisfied with their purchase. If you have any problem with the order, please let us know within 24 hours with a picture, before leaving feedback. Please keep in mind that once the plant leaves our greenhouse, we have no control of the weather or how the mail carrier treats the package. It is important to acclimate the plant slowly when you receive it. The plant goes through a lot of stress being in transit for few days, and do not repot right away. Thank you and happy planting!


SOIL  - Nepenthes like loose soil that maintains moist yet allows drainage for excess water. The best soil mix is a portion of long-fibered sphagnum moss and perlite.

CONTAINERS – Plastic pots works well, as long as it has drainage holes.

WATERING – Always water overhead. Never let the medium dries out. Do not let the pot sit in deep water for extended period.

LIGHT – Nepenthes enjoys very bright or partly sunny.

CLIMATE – High Humidity, above 60% all the time. Cold temperatures even for a short period of time can stunt or kill them.

DORMANCY – It does not require dormancy but may show slow growth over winter time.

FEEDING – any insect that happens to fly by or can also give them dried insect.

PROPAGATION They are easy to propagate by seed and stem cuttings.