Hey fellow growers! I just wanted to ask a question that seems to be on a lot of peoples minds- how do you have a Nepenthes Hamata grow good and healthy? I have a terrarium in warm texas with the following-
55 gallon with 2 t12 dual bulb fixtures sitting a good length from the plants (and reflectors)
humidity about 60-65 percent (Terrarium uncovered- i mist daily.)
some other plants (Nepenthes Veitchii, Ephippiata and a good ol' Jac.
And, finally, ABSOLUTELY NO PRACTICAL IDEAS TO COOL....THE....TTTTAAAANNNKK!!!!!!
(the only thing i can do is place the plants in and out of a small plastic cooler with ice every night)
i dont know if this is gonna work... but i am going to grow a Hamata, dagnabit!
Any ideas? what should i change? have any ideas to fit a nepenthes hamata based on my conditions? keep in mind i have a 10 gallon empty terrarium sitting around and, if required, can purchase one of those exo-terra glass terrariums and t5 light.
PLEEAASSE! Help! AAAANNNNYYYBBBOOODDDY! I found some really nice specimens of nepenthes hamata i really want! thanks.