I've had these two since about May or so and they seem to be growing very slowly. The clipeata put out plenty of leaves and juvenile pitchers but it doesn't seem to be increasing in real size.
The N. campanulata has put out two or 3 leaves since may and is making it's first pitcher now, very slow going.
I have been growing these in my ultra lowland chamber with plenty of bright light (12" below 240W), high temps (70-75*F nights and 85-95*F days), humidity of 80%+ at all times. The other May arrivals (including the highlanders) have surpassed these two by several leaves and some by quite a few leaves (in the case of N. singalana).
I am just wondering for those of you who have grown a campanulata or clipeata from the "standard size 2" (2.5 cm) plants can tell me what environment you kept them in? Lowland is my guess from their habitat descriptions but their very slow growth is causing me some concern. Also if you could compare their growth rate to another nep that may be helpful.
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