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    N. copelandii has a very nice shape; it is cheap, relatively available, and hardy. It's a good alternative to other suggestions like N. sanguinea, alata, maxima, ventricosa, and various hybrids.
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    My vote goes for N.truncata. They seem to LOVE it behind a window just hanging out in a kitchen.

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    Lets not forget the almost bombproof khasiana

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    Could I try Nepenthes ampullaria on my bathroom windowsill?
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    N. 'Ventrata' and N. maxima 'Miniature Form' grow and pitcher well on my kitchen windowsill.

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    Thanks for all the suggestions! I guess I'm looking for truncata and maxima (If I'm lucky) and miranda/ventrata as a backup plan. Now I just have to find them...

    Thanks again, happy growing!
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