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    @vraev: 50 is highlander conditions....campanulata is a tropical intermediate...so i would buff up the temps to 65-70F at night if that's possible.

    now i have a question for you: why do all your plants look ridiculously good?
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    Quote Originally Posted by amphirion View Post
    @vraev: 50 is highlander conditions....campanulata is a tropical intermediate...so i would buff up the temps to 65-70F at night if that's possible.
    Haha!! I know. Unfortunately, having limited my growspace, this is in the communal tank with helps and cephs. They are currently loving the lower temps and showing a definite growth rate increase. I just don't have a dedicated lowland setup. My campanulata has gotten used to this seasonal variation.

    now i have a question for you: why do all your plants look ridiculously good?
    lol! That is one of the nicest comments I have ever read about my plants. Thanks! lol...to be honest... thats because I only show the nicest ones. For every plant looking nice, I have another that is not too great. Its a constant struggle for me to keep everything happy. Sometimes I have found some species to thrive that only later on start to decline suddenly upon no reason. All I can suggest is lighting, air circulation and decent humidity.

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    Wow I love that campy vraev! I had one, and its leaves shrank to almost nothingness so I gave it away because it's been so chilly this year that I thought it would certainly die in my conditions. I have a lowland tank now inside so I'm seriously contemplating trying campanulata again.. though I'd have to make room somehow by trading out a plant

    And I agree with amph; your plants are always ridiculously amazingly good looking!

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    thanks for the comments Zu.

    Actually mine seems to hang on pretty decently. Although, now its going to be hard as I blasted the mother plant with insecticides to get rid of scale and it seems to be taking a toll. I hope it can recover.

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    From hot and humid lowland conditions.

    N. campanulata pitcher at about 3.5".


    There are two plants in the pot, with multiple offshoots.
    Cindy

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    Looking good Cindy! How long have you had this?
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    Oh yay! That looks wonderful Cindy!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rokosauros View Post
    Looking good Cindy! How long have you had this?
    About 3 years. It is not at its best at the moment because it flowered non-stop for a few months and a couple of growth points had died down. But there are two basal shoots appearing.
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