OK, so here are my seed grown Nepenthes leonardoi that I have grown for some time now. I have noticed that they like strictly intermediate conditions, hate the heat of lowland and the cold of highland.
Update on the Nepenthes hamata Katopasa. Great leaf jump.
Very nice plant collection. I am a little bit skeptical about your lowii seedlings. I don't know ...you might have the right deal...but unless you got it from a credible source, a lot of ebay/facebook sellers do not have a good track record in selling "real" seed. it tends to be other random species seed found in the intermediate/lowland areas.
this was lowii from trusmadi . Note the relatively thick leaves from the early stage and the hairy margins and the relatively thick lamina / petiole.
Here are some pictures of the Nepenthes lowii seedlings as of today. As far as I can tell it looks very much the same as the seedling shown above. However, I would not be too quick to claim them as pure lowii. Truly, I fell they need to grow more before I can definitely rule them as or as not. For now I will call them lowii.
VarunA, thank you for opinion. Will definitely post pictures as my plants grow. This shall be quite the detective work . How are your lowii doing? What are your conditions? Is this a recent picture or it from the past?