The reason I ask is that I have one and it barely grows, let alone pitchers. I have temps more fit for lowlanders (90s during the summer, sometimes in the 100s) but I love the look of this plant's pitchers. I'm also a realist and I'll probably sell this guy if I get the right info from this forum.
So, bottom line: Can this plant do well in lowland temps?
If the answer is no, is there anyone who's interested in a N. burbidgeae?