Nepenthes andrewensis is a hybrid from Lee's Botanicals in Florida. This hybrid has been around a while and has been fairly available from their website. I bought it thinking it was N. albomarginata X N. khasiana at first because another one of their hybrids called "Margaretea" (N. kampotiana X N. ventricosa) was the mother plant and the spelling on the website said "marg x khas". So I didn't read carefully enough to figure out that there wasn't any N. albomarginata in it. This plant is a vigorous hybrid that does well outdoors for which I have had no problems with. To be honest, I don't pay a whole lot of attention to it. I suspect though that it will get big and produce lots of cuttings for me quickly. It's an easy going hybrid and would make an excellent starter plant.
intermediate / highlander (not a naturally occurring hybrid)
Cultivation: easy outdoors, should be able to grow it
as a windowsill plant until it gets bigger, vigorous grower
Market availability: rooted cutting; available
Species variability: maybe variation some among the original seed grown plants
$ / size: inexpensive $15.00 and up for rooted cuttings
Cuttings: none available for trade