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    I'm trying to get one and I was wondering if they are easy or hard plants. They would have the same conditions as my N. Ventricosa 'Red' would. Any info would be good becuse I did a google search and all I got was info on the predators from the movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (JMurphy97 @ April 02 2006,12:48)]...did a google search and all I got was info on the predators from the movie...
    hahahaha! thats no good!
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    When you do a google search, don't put N. predator it has to be Nepenthes predator or whatever you are looking for/

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    That does not tell me a lot of info on. Does anyone have one? Is it easy to grow like everyone says the ventricosa is?

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    yep, very easy. treat it the same as your ventricosa and it will do fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (rlhirst @ April 01 2006,9:33)]yep, very easy. treat it the same as your ventricosa and it will do fine
    I second that. Chilly winters, hot subtropical summers, my predators loves it all.

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    Great. How I just need to find a place to get one. Any suggestions? You said chilly winters where to you grow it? Do you give it full sunlight in the summer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (JMurphy97 @ April 03 2006,5:56)]You said chilly winters where to you grow it? Do you give it full sunlight in the summer?
    I'm sorry, I should have clarified where I live: a mountainous area in the subtropics of Northern Taiwan. The definition of "chilly winter" here is two months of day temps between 8 and 17 C, and night temps between 3 and 10 C. It's always very humid.

    I never let them have full sun, they're under 60% shade cloth all year round.

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