Hi, I have heard about this troubling plant, and now I have one. I have read much/most of the cutivational information on this finicky plant. I know that:
1. It is hard to pitcher
2. It likes sunlight
3. It like higher humidity than most nepenthes
4. It needs a nighttime drop in temperatures
5. The pitchers are beautiful
My Nepenthes talangensis is in a sunny sout facing windowsill. There are holes in the pot for adequate drainage and there is a mound of long fiber sphagnum moss around it for humidity. The eindow opens up at night and day (sometimes) for ventilation and lowering of temps. In my opinion, it is not getting enough humidity even though I have no proof of this. I also have a Nepenthes singalana berilang and a Nepenthes spectablis x aristolochioides on the windowsill; the latter is inflating a pitcher.
Any other suggestions for my Nepenthes talangensis? I am a fairly patient person, so I could wait 9+ months for it to acclimadize to itscurrent conditions. There are many experienced and wise growers on this forum. Thanks in advance.