Do you think N.lowii x campanulata would prefer a mix containing APS which I assume would be similar to burnt earth? I'd been thinking of dropping my specimen in a larger container, as it's in a net pot so root disturbance should be minimal, and wonder if APS would be a good addition?
Last edited by Ngantnier; 06-11-2015 at 03:44 PM.
@Clue: I think I know who he is...If he is one who inquired about where to get them.
Btw, burnt earth does compact over time so his addition of pine bark is good. Usually, I need to water on a daily basis. And change media every 6 months to a year.
The sphagnum is there to keep the burnt earth in place and a little more moist to cut down on evaporation. The Singaporean dollar coin is a little larger than an American nickel.
I would grow these in a regular pot and with the rest of my Nepenthes, but I'm bringing this in a terrarium to university this fall... got to keep myself entertained somehow.
I just noticed my Campanulata has started to grow a basal. Not sure if this is a good or a bad thing as the mother plant made smaller leaves during the summer and the browning on the leaves is there again. I would like to know what is causing this...
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
By far my favorite lowland species, I hope to acquire one some day.
Anyway, I still don't have a campy in and of itself. But I do still have some lovely campy hybrids:
N.campanulata x maxima from AW.
N.boschiana x campanulata (lower, because I gave the plant a huge haircut)
N.thorellii x campanulata (lower, because I gave this one a haircut too)
..here's a pitcher that's still growing in. The green lid/red body is really interesting.