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    I am interested in getting neps in the future and I was wondering which neps are the small and compact and are easy to grow?
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    N. ventricosa is a good one. Others such as N. alata, inermis, and gracillima have proven easy and small for me. Gracillima may get larger than i am aware of though, I have uppers(approx 4") on it's vine now with leaves barely 5" long, and i don't know if this is normal. N. mikei is also small and easy for me.
    Update: Parents convinced to allow me to keep greenhouse heated over winter. Most species will not be lost. Too lazy to update growlist.

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    lowland - campanulata
    highland - aristolochioides (not nearly as hard to grow as some people like to say)
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