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    Do you know if it's female or male?
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    Hardy, that campy looks amazing! I'll have to post my maxima x campanulata once it makes a decent pitcher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcmcnair View Post
    Do you know if it's female or male?
    I don't know yet, but will find out soon!

    Quote Originally Posted by Wire Man View Post
    Hardy, that campy looks amazing! I'll have to post my maxima x campanulata once it makes a decent pitcher.
    Thanks, yeah it's a baby

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    I've just got myself a female campy, a rooted basal about 5 cm across. It's an all-green clone from BE.


    My old campy is male

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    The older one is really nice. I love those wacky pitcher, I have to get my self a campy.

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    Somebody asked in the POTM thread how I grow my campy but I saw the post too late to reply in the said thread... So here's the growing conditions of my plant. It's grown in a fish tank partly covered with saran wrap. So it is a humid condition, with intermediate to warm temperature range (16 to 25 degrees in winter and 28-32 degrees in summer).






    The small tank gets 26W of lighting provided by compact fluorescent lamps (13W Phillips 865, i.e. 6500K). The lamps are turned on for 16 h each day.




    The potting medium is mostly dried sphagnum with live sphagnum topdressing, and I also inserted some live sphagnum around the inner sides of the transparent pot. With time the live sphagnum covers the sides of the pot nicely. I wait until the sphagnum is almost dry before watering and never let it become too wet.




    I do not fertilize but feed the plant regularly with fish pellets. Under these conditions my campy has grown really well and very prolific too. I've recently cut all but the largest basal and there are now new basals ready to fill the place.


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    Hungry drooling mouth... all those droplets are sticky nectar.


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    epic campy

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    Nice! I love that last shot with the water droplets

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    My Campanulata has been struggling so now I know what I've been doing wrong
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