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    You are VERY close to not being welcome here anymore.
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    I would look into n. x 'Marbled Dragon', N. x 'Sabre', N. x'Miranda', N. x 'Gentle' as VERY easy hybrids.

    Looking for a teeny bigger challenge, would be the species rafflesiana, ampularia or gracilis (lowlanders, cheap and easy) and alata (someone already mentioned), copelandii, khasiana or maxima (highlanders), depending on what temps you can provide.

    Also, for me campanulata is very easy - the only problem is that it's also very expensive.
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    If you can find it at all

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    yeah...who else remembers when campanulata was $30 for mature plants? I hate the market sometimes...
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    Oh Julie the Great,
    My wife's brother and family live in Wichita(Actually Haysville). I have an extra N. 'Red Leopard'...if you would like, I could bring one the next time we go down and give it to you.
    Easy under intermediate conditions, and as a few can attest, lowland also.
    On Campanulata, PK, yes. I beleive $60 was the initial cost, then it dropped to $30 and then to ....have not seen them for a while in the States.

    Cheers,

    Joe

    Quote Originally Posted by agustinfranco View Post
    Hi Juliet:

    I think you should go for hybrids like N. red leopard (ventricosa X maxima) or
    thorelli X maxima (N X Rokko)

    Cheers,

    Gus

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