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    Want :O
    Looking for N. Campanulata hybrids. Also would like to grow some nepenthes from seed. Growlist/pic thread: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...-Pete-s-plants

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    N. campanulata cutting in live sphagnum moss that took!





    Probably will have to transplant it when trimming the moss as it is too close to the corner.

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    i don't know which is better, the campy cutting or that beautiful sheet of sphagnum

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    That red moss is so pretty! And the campanulata cute

    Speaking of rooting campanulata cutting in live sphagnum moss, I've found this to work very reliably with medium to large sized cuttings. However, it doesn't seem to work with very small ones. Several times I've tried sticking 2-cm diameter cuttings in live sphagnum, but no success so far. This is what remains after several failed attempts...


    Couple days ago I moved them to vermiculite, not hoping much but who knows if these might be salvaged.



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    Latest addition to my tiny collection: N. truncata X campanulata





    Really looking forward to seeing it mature
    (Some photo links of the mature pitcher: 1, 2)

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    That is a fantastic hybrid, I've never seen it before!
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    just a pitcher of my little baby. will take a few more months before im brave to post the entire plant...
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    Hardy are you sure that's not a campanulata x robcantleyi? That dark toothy peristome should be a giveaway.
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    Hi Mason, according to the seller the plant is a rooted basal of his truncata X campanulata from EP. His plant is mature and has flowered for him. As for campanulata X robcantleyi, there was a batch of plants available here recently, but plants in that batch were on the small side. So, yes, I'm pretty sure it's not camp X rc.

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