The process of rooting Nepenthes cuttings is pretty simple to me, and I've had decent enough success so far, but so far, I've only done intermediate/highland cuttings.
After a squirrel attack, my N. Sanguenia and N. Madagascariensis were snapped in half.
Obviously I'm going to keep the base, hoping for a new growth point (actually, Madagascariensis has a little basal forming.) but I'd like to save the tops, if possible. The problem is, if I were to bag these....they'd undoubtedly roast...and it's too hot for live LFS out there, I think...so I was just wondering...would it be safe to root them in intermediate conditions and move them back outside once they did root, or just bag them with some holes, perhaps?
Thanks for the advice