Nepenthes ventricosa BE x undulatifolia. Each pod usually contains 10-30 seeds. We can't guarantee germination since we have never grown this cross out but we have inspected all pods and they have obviously viable-looking embryos.
Nepenthes seeds are best sown on a layer of milled sphagnum moss or well leached coco peat above a more traditional Nepenthes mix. They should be kept in a moderately well lit area (50-100 ppfd). The seeds need to be kept wet and humid in the 60-80 temperature range and will usually germinate in 4-8 weeks.
Seed was harvested in late July 2023.