As I get into the first winter I've had my new growroom, I'm happy to find that highland temps are pretty easy to maintain. By keeping the door to the garage closed, and the fan in the window only blowing in at night, I'm getting 78 during the day and 50 at night. Well, about 48 last night. The plants are happy. Here's a quick couple of pics from tonight:
N. jacquelinea and U. reniformis. This is just a little guy:
N. hamata baby, hairy as can be (but not "hairy hamata"!)
Here are a trio of happy pitchers. Two N. veitchii x lowii and an about-to-open N. ramispina. The N. veitchii x lowii pitchers last forever, and the larger one here has a hairy lid and even some of the white crystal stuff that forms on N. lowii lids.
And finally, not a nepenthes, but a nice H. ionasii currently flowering: