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    nope, thats the 2 minutes, takes about 60 seconds to dump water in the trays, this time of year we dont run the furnace much or ac at all so evap is low and i usually water every 14 days or so.....dont usually inspect the plants when i water, usually just dump and run.....
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    Awesome flava, lowii and lauena. It's amazing that you can keep these gorgeous plants alive in such a hostile climate!
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    Great photos rattler, what plant does that red flower belong to?

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    Ping. laueana
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    I love that N. burbidgeae! Can you tell us more about how you grow it?
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    ignore it.......

    temps are around 75-80 during the day.....60 or so at night, its still in the grow out tank so humidity is prolly 85% or so.......i bought it cause i liked the red leaves, placed it amongst the other small neps and ignored it.....it and 2 others are getting to big for that tank and will be mover out some time in the next few months.....

    i dont baby any of my plants, all grow in those temps only variable is humidity......the grow out tank runs bout 85%, the rest is 65-70%
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    Dude, nobody has mentioned the N. veitchii. So, allow me to mention said plant.

    WHA-WHA-WHAAAAT? Great looking peristome on that plant. How has that one treated you? I'm looking to add a nep to my collection that has some sort of ridiculous peristome - I'm thinking veitchii, maxima, truncata... but my conditions (72-84 degrees; 60-95% humidity) just aren't quite there.

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    the veitchii is easy, hardy easy to grow but kinda touchy on humidity if you want pitchers......the plant itself will grow in 10% humidity but it needs constant 70% and above for reliable pitchering....

    your conditions seem fine to me for what you mentioned, add bongso to your list if you like the purple/black colored pitchers:
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