In the Chatbox, I was told that 85F is too high for most highlanders. That became apparent to me when it got into the mid eighties. The pitchers on my N. boschiana x mira and my N. jacquelineae wilted. All of the other highlanders are as normal.
Just curious about what highland species can take cool nights and warm days. If you know any, just throw them at me. I'm also interested in intermediate species.
Temps are usually between 50-55F at night, but can get up to 60F... This is with the greenhouse heated on the coldest of winter nights. Temps range from 80-90F during the day at the absolute hottest, but will stay around 75F on a cool day.
The reason I'm not growing LL... I rely on high humidity at night since it gets down to around 30% during a few hours of most days. If I run the heater, even to keep my highlanders warm enough, it drops the humidity significantly. To heat LLs on winter nights would be like... death by humidity deprivation lol. I'm making the decision that highlanders and intermediates that can deal with warmer temperatures during the day and cold temperatures at night are the best for me.