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    My seed-grown N. gracilis has stayed pretty small in terms of pitcher size and leaf length, though I've only had it for a year. It did fine on an east-facing windowsill and even pitchered during the winter (min temp of 60F) and produced basals readily. I'm not sure if it would do well given these conditions for prolonged periods, since I grow mine outdoors for most of the year.

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    N. campanulata is also another great candidate for compact growing. I'd consider it truly compact and diminutive in its growth morphology. I always thought it would be cool to have a terrarium with just camps in it. However given the parameters that you have stated its probably not the best choice unfortunately. Unless you're willing to provide it with a small terrarium or chamber. I don't think a campanulata would lend itself to windowsill growing. The plants the previous posters listed would be good choices since some of them are hybrids.
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