In a crossing of Nep. A x (Nep A x Nep B), you may think the results would be less variable, and much more like Nep A. With only 1/4 of a different species, the progeny seem to be much more variable than the primary hybrid used with some very interesting traits coming out. Or you may already know this and have some examples of your own. Please share.
My first example is ventricosa x (lowii x ventricosa):
3 different clones here, one is repeated in the two pics. Maybe I just got lucky (or the grower did a great job of selecting different looking clones) but I really like all 3 of these and have difficulty picking a favorite.These intermediate pitchers already show nice variation and as the plants grow into the true uppers, I only expect to see more.