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    Agent of Chaos Wolfn's Avatar
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    Looking for small lowland Neps

    Greetings. I've got an indoor terrarium and it gets pretty warm (about 90 degrees during the day). I've got a Nepenthes Ampullaria growing successfully in it, along with (surpisingly) a Heliamphora Minor growing very well (growing fast with red pitchers).

    I'm looking for another small lowland Nepenthes to grow in the terrarium. Any suggestions?
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    N.belii and N.gracilis stay fairly small.
    Some days it just isn't worth chewing thru the restraints.

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    Heliamphora minor? Woah.

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    Maybe H.Minor just has a bad reputation form its cousins
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    N.ampullaria's a HUGE plant though

    I think someone else was just asking on another forum too, and I think they came up with campanulata too. Oh, and doesn't tobaica stay small (is it ok to grow in l/l?).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exo View Post
    ...and N.gracilis stay fairly small.
    N. gracilis may not be such a good idea; it vines very quickly and isn't too compact.

    How about poor old neglected Nepenthes neoguinensis?
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    N. bellii and N. campanatulata are good looking well behaved small Nepenthes.

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    lol my mirabilis stays small for me in a terrarium... but I don't think that is totally normal...

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