Photography Rod Kruger © copyright 2004
Nepenthes boschiana is very rare in cultivation and is known only from the summits of a small number of mountains in South Kalimantan.
It is a vigorous grower, the plant climbing strongly over ridge top vegetation. Pitchers attain 20 cm in height, and are a rich mottled brown with a yellow background.. It most closely resembles N faizaliana, which is restricted to the Mulu region of Sarawak, and probably this species closest relative.
ELEVATION: 900-1880 meters
SCALE: 1-5 (1-easy, 5-challenging)
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