In my shipment of plants I got last Thursday all the plants looked horrible except the N. Ventricosa 'Red'. I potted it in a four-inch plastic pot in sphagnum moss and put it by the window. The paper I got with it says the highland like temps of 50-70 with humidity of at least 50%. The temps by the window can get as high as 100 when the sun comes up and as low as 66 at night. I try to keep it a little away from the window but it needs the bright light. When the sun goes away a little the temps drop to about 78. Just now I checked and the temp was 73. The humidity is all over the place. The high is showing 47% and the low is 20%. Is the nep going to be able to get used to this or will it die? The temp in the outside hallway is in the 60's maybe but the humidity is not very high because outside is in the 30's. I have a little plastic critter cage I keep my crickets in before they go to my turtle I could put it in. I could mist it to keep the humidity up and it has a top to block maybe any wind that might get in. I could bring it in if the temps were to get too low (lower in 50). The only thing would be the airflow. What do you guys think? Good idea or bad idea? Leave it by the window or put it in the front hallway which has a South and a East window? I could get pics but I don't know how to post them on this wed site so when I find out I will post them.