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    Robin,

    Interesting....Yours is slightly different from mine - mine has a red flush to the pitchers...And, if the picture is a good judge, your leaves are a little lighter green, while mine are little sturdier (thicker). I don't have mine staked up, so I don't know how tall it is, but I think the diamter is roughly the same as yours, if not a hair smaller.

    These should make two good parents!
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (schloaty @ Dec. 13 2005,6:17)]Robin,

    Interesting....Yours is slightly different from mine - mine has a red flush to the pitchers...
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    Schloaty,
    I think that I have also the same clone as yours.
    My campanulata as I bought it, it had also a red border.
    I have 2 campanulatas.Maybe one is with red border and the other not.let's see in the future. Mine is from Christian Klein.
    Could you post photos of your clone please?
    Rlhirst,
    your pictures are amazing..I though campanulata was more littler...it depends probably of the clone.
    I post you one of my humile campanulata.consider that she is fresh from arrive.
    I will keep you informed in the near future.
    I grow it in a terrarium with 15 hour/day neon light.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]Interesting....Yours is slightly different from mine - mine has a red flush to the pitchers...And, if the picture is a good judge, your leaves are a little lighter green, while mine are little sturdier (thicker). I don't have mine staked up, so I don't know how tall it is, but I think the diamter is roughly the same as yours, if not a hair smaller.

    These should make two good parents!
    I agree! good parents, and good seedlings. I like the leaves on your plant better, and the red color is cool too.
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    You won't have to wait long, they grow pretty quick. Very nice soil mix you have there. That will work very good.
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    Hey nice plants! can you show us a pic of the whole aristolo flowerin now please?

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    Ok, here are some photos I posted previously of my camp:





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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]Robin- I have a really nice female spectabilis getting ready to bloom if you want to cross it with your aristo.
    N. spectabilis x aristo should be really nice. The striped peristome and pitcher color of spectabilis is usually preserved in the hybrids.

    Brian

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    Wow neat Camps.
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