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Thread: N.campanulata and its hybrids

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    The plants came in September'04. N.campanulata only pitchered for me more than 2 months later. Seems that the ventricosa and veitchii parentage does help in growth rates. And of course, the size too. I suppose the plants are considered young, so I'm looking forward to the adult pitchers.

    N.campanulata





    N.campanulata x N.veitchii





    N.ventricosa x N.campanulata



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    Cindy! Your camp/vent mix worked! YAY! I failed utterly in pollinating my camp with vent pollen. I am keen to know what that will grow up to look like. Incidently, what kind of vent did you use? Green, Red, or inbetween?
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    hehe, I wished I was the pollinator but I was not...the plants were bought from Malesiana.
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    Very nice! I love the freshness of the green color in N.campanulata
    The hybrids don`t seem that specctaular though(I`m saying the plants...your growth of them is very good.)
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    [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img] Well, pondboy, I'm staying in the perfect place for lowlands. In Singapore. My plants are all grown at my balcony, with outdoor conditions. Except the campanulata, which is grown under florescent lights. It was really delicate and I couldn't place it with the rest of the plants. This time of the year the wind is just too strong. Several pots of plants were blown off the rack. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_k_ani_32.gif[/img]
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    Hi Cindy
    Nice looking plants,i like the subtile differences with each cross.
    Bye for now julian

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