Nepenthes sibuyanensis grows naturally at altitudes from 1500 to 1800 meters, growing in open grassy areas on Mt. Guiting-Guiting, Sibuyan Island in the Philippines. This Nep isn't a climber like most of my others. Like the pitchers, the plant itself stays short and stout. It's not easy to get upper pitchers on this plant. Maybe it just takes the plant a much longer time, but in the wild they're not as often seen either.
The interesting thing about growing this Nep is it's pitchering habits. It will bury the tip of the tendril in a neighbor's pot and grow under the moss. I usually only see them when they're almost fully developed. The only reason this pitcher is so exposed is I had to pull all my highland Nepenthes out and spray them for mites recently. This is the first year I've ever had a problem with mites on my outdoor plants, but mites love heat and humidity, and we've been getting an awful lot of days like that in a row, (around 95°F/35°C and 50%+ humidity.)