This species is a Bornean endemic which produces elongated, colorful pitchers with colorful peristomes. Nepenthes faizaliana is found in a limited range in the mountains of Mulu National Park and central Sarawak. It is most prevalently found on Gunung Api (Fire Mountain) growing amongst many other limestone endemics. Nepenthes faizaliana is rare in cultivation and there is very little genetic variability except 1-2 clones from Malesiana Tropicals so we're hoping that the plants available here will widen that gene pool.
Plants are seed grown individuals so some variability is to be expected.