A hardy species with a spectacular elongated pitcher shape!
Nepenthes bokorensis is an interesting species hailing from Cambodia. It was only recently formally described in 2009. Borneo Exotics released several rounds of bokorensis, but I am not sure of the origin of my particular individual. The morphology of the bokorensis available in cultivation also seems to vary quite a bit, but one thing is clear amongst all - it is very vigorous! I received mine as an 3 node unrooted cutting in September 2021, and in only 5 months it has skyrocketed to about 2.5 feet and is vining like crazy!
The unopened pitchers of bokorensis can be very suggestive! In fact, the Cambodian government had to ask people to not pick the phallic pitchers and harm the endangered populations. My plant appears particularly tumescent during certain parts of development, despite the fact that it is a female plant!
Current Growing Conditions:
Intermediate/Highland Grow Tent
Light: Mars Hydro TSL 2000 LED Grow Light
Humidity: ~95-100% constant (MistKing set to 30s every 2 hrs)
Temperature: ~55-60F night and 75-80F day (depends on the season)
Water: Moist but not wet
Potting Mix: 50% long fibered sphagnum moss 50% perlite
Fertilizer: MaxSea (1/4 tsp/gallon) every other week into pitchers and lightly spray leaves
Additional Notes: Very vigorous when vining!