Post by nepsaroundthehouse on Apr 20, 2006 20:52:53 GMT 7
I have one growing on my bedroom windowsill and it is doing well. It was one of the few EP plants in my last batch that I didn't stress out! It's not quite as big as yours but looks similar. It is opening a new pitcher so I'll photograph it and link it up soon. Be curious to see the size of this plant due to the small stature of the campanulata. BTW, both parent plants grow well as bedroom or windowsill plants. My campanulatas are doing very well on the windowsill. Truncata is just a tad to large for the ol' sill! So if anyone wants to experiment with the trunc x campy as a windowsill specimen, go for it. It looks pretty hardy!
I was debating wether or not to get this one too. My highest hopes for it would be that it would make a lot of offshoots like campanulata, and medium sized pichers from the truncata.
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