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    cps for cooler temps AND shade?

    An acquaintance on an unrelated forum was asking me if there are cps that like cooler temps and shade (she's thinking in terms of companion plants for her pleurothallids). As I do not grow any highlanders, figured I'd ask those far more knowledgeable than me ...
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    The Queensland Drosera might do well, they tend to not like bright sunlight, and temps closer to around 65-70 F.
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    orchioides utricularia might be able to live in similar conditions. dunno for certain. shaded and cool sort of describes my conditions...

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    Nepenthes jacquelinea and gymnamphora would work.

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    Thanks for the input!
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