Today I purchased two Nepenthes, both rather large. I was told that they were both highlanders, which proved true for one, but I was too dense to realize the species of one of the hybrids were of the lowland and ultra lowland variety! The lowlander is an N. x 'Momoka' (insignis x merrilliana)... Insignis being the ultra lowlander, merriliana being the lowlander... So what can I do to keep it alive, let alone happy? My night time temperatures are in the 50s, but on nights when it goes into the 40s I turn on the heater which keeps it in the high 50s. Daytime temperatures are ideally in the 80s, sometimes more if it's a hot day, sometimes less if its a cool day. I was told this cross grows well as an intermediate to highlander, which is why I bought it. Still a newbie at this stuff though. Any help will be appreciated!