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    mostly the unique shape of the pitcher.

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    lowii x campanulata might be a good cross for you. However, it likely will be expensive, and you will have to wait until it produces upper pitchers to get that special lowii shape.

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    I think you'd do fine with almost all lowii hybrids. They are consistent growers but slow as others have pointed out. I have both a lowii x camp and the above and they pick up speed when they get larger. The first few months to tend to be the slowest as they acclimate and after that you get a really great show! What are your conditions? just curious

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    Quote Originally Posted by curtisconners View Post
    mostly the unique shape of the pitcher.
    One of the clones of N. Briggsiana will fit your needs nicely, and it will tolerate your climate conditions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M Jacobs View Post
    I think you'd do fine with almost all lowii hybrids. They are consistent growers but slow as others have pointed out. I have both a lowii x camp and the above and they pick up speed when they get larger. The first few months to tend to be the slowest as they acclimate and after that you get a really great show! What are your conditions? just curious
    I stated them in my initial post. Whimgrinder, that N. Briggsiana looks exactly like what I was looking for. Where can I find one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by curtisconners View Post
    Whimgrinder, that N. Briggsiana looks exactly like what I was looking for. Where can I find one?
    Google is your friend.

    That said, rooted cuttings show up on fleabay every few months.

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    They tend to also go for a lot though; it would be highly advised to save up a fair amount no matter what plant you aim to get; some of the select x briggsiana clones, like "Atlanta Giant" or 'Peter D'Amato' can go for $200+
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whimgrinder View Post
    Google is your friend.

    That said, rooted cuttings show up on fleabay every few months.
    Google it is. I shall assume that by "fleabay" you mean eBay and that the autocorrect got you.

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