I just set up my new greenhouse. It's right in the middle of winter right now. I'm in zome 9-10.
The greenhouse gets up to about 65F-70F during the day, with around 60-70 percent humidity. At night, it drops to about 48F-50F, with much higher humidity. I think my three neps would benefit more from natural sunlight rather than 40w fluorescent bulbs, and they will get more air circulation. I would like to move them outside as soon as possible. Will they be stressed if I moved them outside during the day and back into their humid terrarium at night? What is the coldest temperature a highland nep can tolerate, and for how long can they stay in that temperature?
The neps in question are all highlanders -- Ventricosa x Talangensis; Truncata; Ventrata -- and they're all beginner species.
Thanks in advance!