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    Well, I was repotting one of my neps tonight, and I ticked myself off - I broke off the newest pitcher bud just starting to inflate. This plant has a pitcher on every single leaf, and I broke the streak!

    But, I guess there is balance in the universe, as I noticed about 20 minutes later that my campanulata is about to send up a new flower spike! It's female, so in about a month (that's a guess), I'll be looking for some pollen.
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    oh it's female! NICE!

    i'd start asking for pollen now. i wonder what the most fantastic cross can be?

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    Hey!
    Could you post some pics online here?
    I have a male campanulata in flower.
    The stem is now about 5 cm high.
    The plant diameter is only 5 cm....so it is very little.
    I will pratically have no pollen because the stem is really little.
    So there is no sense to collect pollen I think.
    Here is a actual photo :



    I know another person who has a campanulata in flower. try to write to this address :
    dannata_@hotmail.com
    Have a nice day!

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    Mr. Aga,

    That's a good idea - though I think you should write them first and let them know I will write them. Don't know how well they would react to some unknown person writing them out of the blue...

    Oh, and yours is TINY! Holy moly! I didn't know they could flower at that size. I think mine could eat yours.
    I'll have to go take a pic - mine is somewhat of a monster.



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    Here we go:
    Whole main plant


    basal shoots


    Leaf size


    pitcher size (pardon the glare - pic taken through the glass)


    new spike
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    Are these little guys pretty easy to grow? Or do they require pretty difficult conditions? Oh, nice plant by the way!

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    The pitcher color of your campanulata is incredible!!

    My male northiana X veitchii X Tiveyi is just starting to send up a spike, If they flower at the same time and your interested in creating a wacky hybrid id gladly send you pollen.




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    Schloaty,
    I have informed the girl about you!
    You can contact her...BUUUUUUTTT...ahahah....if you believe or not her male campanulata is pratically big as mine! ahahaha! yeah!
    Campanulata has always been known as a plant that can flower also in very young state!
    I hope to could exchange seeds with the next flower steam,ehehe!
    Byeeeeeee!

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