Nepenthes hamata is renown for having the most fearsome teeth of any Nepenthes species. It is a highland plant requiring warm days and cool nights with good light and humidity.
We are rolling out a world first horticultural accomplishment by breeding interlocale Nepenthes hamata. We crossed the sinister Tambusisi form with the classic Lumut form. So far, we've noticed most variants have red leaves when young just like the Tambusisi form. We're hoping this mix of genetics will produce more vigorous offspring that can combine the color of the Tambusisi form with the most extreme uppers of the Lumut form.