This unique-looking specimen is a carnivorous variety. Amazingly, it's quite adaptable in indoor environments. The plant gets its name from its pitcher-shaped leaves that act as a pitfall trap.
- Medium-high humidity
- Keeping soil evenly moist, but not soaked
- Place in a bright spot
- Appreciates several hours of direct sun daily
- It can survive periods of low light. However, the "pitchers" will not be prevalent.