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    I would surely love schloaty´s form of Campanulata!
    It looks superb. How do you grow it and under how much light?
    Need all the experience I can get...

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    i think the light is the key to the redness... [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_l_32.gif[/img]
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    Rlhirst,
    I use a super mix for nepenthes.
    I love to use coco chips with perlite and torf.
    Very usefull for Nepenthes!
    I am confident that my 2 campanulata will grow nice and fast!
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    fc3srx713b its not a light question.
    Its a different form. a ordanary Campanulata do not turn red.
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    really?! i thought it was because camps' are so "papery" people were afraid to use high light or something. do the leaves or pitchers seam more waxyer, rubbery, leather like, or tougher on this "red" camp? im not hate'n but just wanna know, looks very very nice btw
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (fc3srx713b @ Dec. 14 2005,6:27)]really?! i thought it was because camps' are so "papery" people were afraid to use high light or something. do the leaves or pitchers seam more waxyer, rubbery, leather like, or tougher on this "red" camp? im not hate'n but just wanna know, looks very very nice btw
    As I have heard from other growers yes.
    I do not grow this plant myself. So I cant tell you from personal experience
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    FC3, you may have a point - I had mentioned that mine had sturdier looking leaves than Robin's.....I wonder if that's a function of mine being the red-flush varient.

    As for light levels, it's about 8" or 10" under 65 watt compact flourescents (you now, the $11 ones from Walmart). But Tyfone is right - some nep species (or varients withing a species) never redden up, even in full sun (assuming they could be adapted to such).
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]As for light levels, it's about 8" or 10" under 65 watt compact flourescents (you now, the $11 ones from Walmart). But Tyfone is right - some nep species (or varients withing a species) never redden up, even in full sun (assuming they could be adapted to such).
    yeah, It's not the light. It's the clone. If mine was going to get any red in it, it would have done so by now.
    By the way Schloaty, where did you get that guy from?
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