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    What do you guys think are the best windowsill neps?

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    depends on location, if your on the cool side instead of the ewarm side i would try x ventrata and N. bongso both have proved remarkably able to handle lower humidity for me. always try cheap hybrids first and go from there unless yah dont mind risking a $30 plus plant.
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    Normal temps are 70-75degrees 50% humidity around 60% if sprayed a couple times a day, so it is perfect for high landers. So far i have heard that the neps that do best in windowsills is N. alata, N. ventricosa, N. khasiana, N. ventrata amd N. bongso. i know most high landers will do well on windowsills but i want to know the ones that do better than others on windowsills.

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    try maxima x ventricosa
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    for pure species that are extreamly showy(if yah like black flaired perisromes and burgandy/purple pitchers) your going to have a hard ime beating N. bongso(on the right) the other actually probably would do quite well too but you probably will have a hard time finding it and last i knew they werent cheap

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    that bongso has pitchered for me in 40% humidity, right now its only in about 60%
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    how about mine in dips of 20% outdoors!



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    The term 'windowsill' irritates me becuz of this: Because I can grow N. ampullaria as a 'windowsill' nep all year round, but could someone in, say california do that? I doubt so. So pls include your 'windowsill' conditions whenever you are talking 'windowsill', k?

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