A local Nepenthes grower offered to help me build a lowland tank for my apartment. This was something I had planned on doing for a while, but until now I didn't have access to the tools I would need. I want to use the tank to grow several very large lowland Nepenthes, particularly N. merrilliana and N. merrilliana hybrids. I've never seen a Nepenthes merrilliana in real life, just pictures of the huge traps, so I don't know how large the entire plant gets. For the tank size, I'm thinking 4 foot width, 6 foot length, and 6 foot height. Would this be sufficient space for a couple monster lowlanders? I plan on cutting things back when they vine to induce basals.