Nepenthes mollis

Elegantly shaped pitchers with a highly developed peristome, beautiful colors, stripes and patterns, hairs all over, dark green to reddish leaves… What’s not to like about Nepenthes mollis? Well, the name, perhaps. N. hurrelliana was a nice homage to Andrew Hurrell, who first studied the plant on Mount Murud, Malaysia, 25 years ago. And it sounded better.

April 2019

My specimen is a clone from Andreas Wistuba. The cute plant arrived in perfect shape and was immediately potted with some living sphagnum moss.

Nepenthes mollis (hurrelliana) in sphagnum moss
Pretty leaves. The indumentum is already well developed.

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