After doing research, I found that there is not much cultivation information on N. burbidgeae X edwardsiana. This plant definitely is on my want list. From what I have read,
1. This hybrid can grow in lowland conditions. Someone on this forum accidently put this plant in a lowland tank because of a labels mixup. It seemed to do very well and made a great pitcher. Also on another forum, someone grew this hybrid in a lowland nepenthes tank and it did great.
2. This species needs cooler temperatures? I read this on another forum and it seems logical, as both parents are highlander nepenthes. On wikipedia, it is also stated that nepenthes burbidgeae grows 50% slower without a drop to 65 degrees F (18 degrees C)
3. It is sensitive to water quility more than other nepenthes.
In summary, it seems to be able to tolerate a wide variety of temps. Reports of people growing edwardsiana say that growing this species is not nearly as hard to grow as villosa. Plus, there possibly is hybrid vigor in this hybrid. Any other info? I am planning to get this plant in the future and grow it in a sunny windowsill, as I live in CA. This plant seems quite waxy, so it seems to be feasible to grow it in 35% to 80% humidity. Any other info on this wonderful hybrid? There are quite a few growers of this plant, so please speak up. Thanks in advance in any other replies.