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    campy is the only lowlander that i know that will fit in small spaces (and a mighty fine one at that!) my second choice would be belli which is also a LL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amphirion View Post
    campy is the only lowlander that i know that will fit in small spaces (and a mighty fine one at that!) my second choice would be belli which is also a LL.
    Are ether of these as picky as northiana?
    Some days it just isn't worth chewing thru the restraints.

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    Try to avoid lowlanders they're generally fast and big growers, many people say ampullaria is small, but it becomes a behemoth..
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    Quote Originally Posted by carnivoure12 View Post
    many people say ampullaria is small, but it becomes a behemoth..
    I found that out the hard way.....
    Some days it just isn't worth chewing thru the restraints.

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    go with the campanulata---it'll be good for you. my campanulata is an easy plant to keep but the conditions needed for pitchering makes it somewhat harder. when i first received my campanulata, it was subjected to HL conditions, and unfortuantely was stressed for a period of time. when it finally came to producing it's first functional pitcher, 4 months had already past. it continued to create another pitcher, larger than the first, but then stopped pitchering for some weird reason for the next two leaves. the newest leaf looks like it's ready to pitcher now.

    get campanulata. it's small, compact and vines horizontally.
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    I would go with campanulata or bellii if I were you. I used to have a gorgeous bellii that I got rid of because it didn't pitcher well once I took it out of the tank and put it in my lower humidity (even though it didn't really mind intermediate temps and grew just as fast). After about 12-14'' they stop getting wider and just grow up. Mine also made basals like crazy. Here's a link to some pictures of it.

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    I think I might try the campanulata when I get a chance......if I can find one, that is.
    Some days it just isn't worth chewing thru the restraints.

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    yup! you will not regret going with a campanulata:



    very cute plant.

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