I have an N. khasiana ( spelled correct?) that I've had for about 2 months. I am trying to acclimate it to a covered south facing window for some time. It is getting good sunlight and I mist it 4 or 5 times a day. When I got it it had one small pitcher which it dropped in the first week. I expected that. It currently has three leaves that wilted at first but are now fine. It also has a new leaf coming. The problem is that it has been this way for over a month. No new growth, but also nothing dieing/leaves and growing tip nice and green. Its like it is in suspended animation. I have a hygrometer on windowsill and humidity runs from 50-65%, sometimes higher at night. Is there anything I can do to make it wake up and grow? Should I just wait it out or go ahead and put in a terrarium? Any advice would be appreciated. Temps on windowsill are 78-85 daytime, 70-73 nightime. I know that N. khasiana is a highlander but have heard that they grow well as windowsill plants in solid intermediate conditions. Maybe I heard wrong.