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Thread: Will it survive nepenthes talngensis x burbidgeae

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    I wouldn't bother. But don't give up! Try something a little easier next time! Maybe something along the lines of N. ventricosa/sanguinea/x ventrata. Or this.
    How can gravity be so strong if it doesn't even lift?
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    Given where you live, you can probably keep lowlanders outside most of the time, if not all year. It's always easier to grow something suited to your area than try to create an artificial environment without significant investment in time and technology.

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    I would say it was left in too bright of a window sphag turns white and yellowish when it gets sunburned and i think ur plant has been badly burned.. Too much direct sunlight in high heat is sometimes worse then you'd think its baldness to me when one of the kids i kno left a plant on a sunny table for a few hours...it didn't survive. Im still holding on to it to see if it offsets but idk if it will. Goodluck

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