Post by mannyherrera on Jul 23, 2006 7:18:39 GMT 7
I see...makes sense. You can probably grow some cool highlanders. How do lowlanders do for you overall? The winters might get too for them. In Miami I can't grow many highlanders. I know this is all old news, but I'm trying to get a feel for how people grow their Neps in different climates.
Post by Rainforest Carnivores on Jul 27, 2006 15:40:12 GMT 7
Yes, I have several forms but I am doing an experiment with a hypothesis that anything crossed with N. thorelii can take full blistering sun. Needless to say during our heat wave that many plants have dried pitchers with some burning of the leaves. But hope is on the way. Newer leaves are leathery, succulent and firm withstanding the scorching rays and UV heat rays. In a couple of (make that one month) months, I should have some pitchers to post. Other N. thorelii hybrids also in this experiment include N. Rokko Exotica, N. thorelii x (ventri x densi), (Tiveyi x Mixta) x thorelii, thorelii x sibuyanensis, thorelii x bicalcarata, and so on.
Post by nepsaroundthehouse on Jul 27, 2006 20:39:20 GMT 7
I agree that thorelii can take sun but also lower temperatures than expected. I've grown my varieties from EP, Wistuba, Trent and Michelle's purple d, and EP hybrids as highlanders yearround outdoors with little problems. They do suffer in December and January if the temps get into the upper 30's which is rare. They seem to be able to go into the lower 40's without dying only to rebound in spring with new growth.
I think those EP hybrids with thorelii might be the most versatile Neps available. They're vigorous, hardy, and seem to adapt from lowland to highland conditions. They really are brutes!
thatoneplantboi: Hey guys, I'm new to growing nepenthes, I'm getting a mini indoor greenhouse to grow them in. What kind of light should I use for them? Also, if you could provide a link to a product, it would be very much appreciated
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borneo: Yes, they work superbly. But you don't need expensive lights, cheap ones work well too.
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