A species new to cultivation, Nepenthes mapuluensis grows near the summits of a range of limestone mountains in East Kalimantan at approximately 600m above sea level. It grows in organic material (leaves/sticks/roots) caught in the crevases of eroded limestone.
We believe we have more clones of this species in micropropagation than any other lab in the world and are looking forward to getting as many of them as we can into widespread cultivation!
The specimen available is a cluster of 3 plants which are connected at their base. The first three pictures show the exact plant you will receive.