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Thread: My botany teacher is giving me a chance to grow any plant I want.

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    I have till Wednesday to figure this out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeafKirby View Post
    But does anyone think I can grow a Heliamphora in a greenhouse.
    In a greenhouse - sure. In a greenhouse in Georgia - no way (unless it has some very good cooling equipment).

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    I can get a take and I already own a humidifier...
    I'm not familiar with a "take" in regards to growing obligate HL plants?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RL7836 View Post
    In a greenhouse - sure. In a greenhouse in Georgia - no way (unless it has some very good cooling equipment).

    I'm not familiar with a "take" in regards to growing obligate HL plants?
    Tank*

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    So my teacher said the greenhouse can go down to 70 degress. My humidifier has a cold setting and can be timed. Would this still work?


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    Looks like you guys win!

    Nepenthes miranda vs Nepenthes Ventricosa

    Which one?
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    My ventricosa has survived with 70 degree nights for a few months. Doesn't look incredible, though. The 70 degree temps may suit a LL nep better. For good looks, I would go with a Miranda. However, I have never grown it and cannot say how hardy it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sundrew View Post
    My ventricosa has survived with 70 degree nights for a few months. Doesn't look incredible, though. The 70 degree temps may suit a LL nep better. For good looks, I would go with a Miranda. However, I have never grown it and cannot say how hardy it is.
    Any other suggestions?
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    Well I think those two are nice choices. But an easy, inexpensive lowland is ampullaria.

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