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Thread: How should I grow my N. Spathulata x Campanulata?

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    How should I grow my N. Spathulata x Campanulata?

    Should I grow it more like a highlander or lowland?
    Thank you.

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    It should probably be grown as an intermediate - in between the two. Room temperature should be fine, but higher humidity for pitchering will probably be required.

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    Old thread, but here it goes. I was just about to ask the same question as OP. After I received my Spath x Camp last summer I grew it in lowland conditions, i.e. 28C day / 26-21C night, high humidity. It made a pitcher but the following leaves did not unfold completely, although it made a pitcher on that leaf. When the next leaf was like this too, I decided to do something. I moved it to my other terrarium which has only 25-26C day and 21C night, high humidity. After a few weeks the new leaf now developing looks normal. Could it be that the temp change made the difference? Soil is LFS/perlite.
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by pmatil View Post
    Could it be that the temp change made the difference?
    Yes. Absolutely.

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