Nepenthes macrophylla (from Latin: macro = large, phylla = leaves), or the Large-Leaved Pitcher-Plant, is a tropical pitcher plant known only from a very restrictive elevation on Mount Trus Madi in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo. It is an ultrahighland mountain plant requiring cool temperatures with high humidity at night. N. macrophylla was once thought to be a subspecies of N. edwardsiana, but is much larger than that species (although its pitchers are smaller) and differs in peristome morphology. The pitchers grow to 28 cm high and bear an impressive spiked peristome.
The following natural hybrids involving N. macrophylla have been recorded.