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Thread: N. campanulata appreciation thread!

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    I like the N.campanulata x (spectabilis x talangensis) most; it's so squat.

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    Campanulatas make some great hybrids. Here are a few of mine:

    lowii x campanulata #1


    lowii x campanulata #2


    Hamakua 'Ninole' ((thorelii x spectabilis) x campanulata)

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    Ooooh you got one of *those* hamakuas? drooooooooooooooool

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    I have just recently became obsessed with this Nepenthes.. funny you should make a thread on it.. How hard are the straight campanulata to take care of compared to other lowlands?

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    Campanulata will grow in warm intermediate conditions just fine. Oddly enough, some of the 'not-swampy-conditions' LL will work great in that too like pervillei and clipeata. So like tshirt and shorts weather during the day and tshirt and jeans weather during the night... maybe long sleeved shirt if you're used to it being really roasting

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    Sounds like the weather I have majority of the time.. Im jealous at the weather you get down there is so nice you can grow a lot of your plants outside

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    wow you have beautiful plants, looks like they really love your growing conditions

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    Nice plants thez...

    Here is the parent in question.

    This baby is a offshoot of my adult campanulata which now is suffering with scale. It grew out of the holes of the pot and I snagged it while cleaning and ripped it off. Disheartened I wanted to try something and stuck it in some epiphytically growing sphagnum moss. The result is one of the most picturesque plants in my collection. (In my humble opinion and as far as I am concerned).

    N. campanulata growing epiphytic ally. The leaves as u can see are getting smaller as temps are falling to 50s at night. Clearly she is not enjoying it.


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