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    Quote Originally Posted by Taliesin-DS View Post
    I 've heard aristolochioides ,clipeata and campanulata stay small.
    Clipeata is no small plant. While it doesn't truly climb, it can have stems more than three feet long... with a rosette diameter of +1 foot.
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    I'm sorry for misinforming people, i'm just repeating what i've read.
    I have none of these plants.
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    N. Glabrata stays small

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    campanulata sounds perfect for the job. keep in mind that the entire plant can reach a diameter of a foot long. but that's small considering the realm of nepenthes.
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    Thanks guys, now I have some definite directions to look in

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    glabrata stays tiny but gets tall...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuddhistAdam View Post
    glabrata stays tiny but gets tall...
    But I can always trim it, correct?


    What about Ampullaria? It says in the Savage Garden that if it gets too tall, you can always trim it close to the ground level and it will produce clusters of lower pitchers.
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    Might be interested as to WHY they cluster... http://terraforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=122940

    I've never had any experience with these guys but from what I am told, yes you can trim both.
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