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    Lightbulb Nepenthes ramispina and sanguinea

    I have two highland nep, ramispina and sang. the day the relative humidity is like 60-65% and the night 75%.

    Nepenthes sanguinea

    i would like to know if this is enough.

    and by the way, theses neps are from getting highlands in maylasia, but i read somewhere that theses neps are in reality intermediates neps.

    is this true?


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    They're intermediates. You can actually grow N. sanguinea as a lowlander. A temperature drop at night is more important than the humidity changing, but the difference doesn't have to be that big.

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    "but the difference doesn't have to be that big"

    What do you mean ? The difference between what ?

    Maybe its me, im kind of very slow tonight lol

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    He means the drop in temperature at night.
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    Ok, i just talk on the phone with someone who often go to natural habitat, in that case genting highlands. He tell me precious info on how growing theses 3 neps (mcfer, sang and ramis).
    N.sanguinea can be found at any elevation, like less 700 or 1000+ elevation. So they can handle temps from 5C to 40C and the rh is not really hight. The diff between day and night is less important in lower conditions. N.ramispina can only be found at 1000+. They handle temps from 5 to 30C. And 30C is a MAX. At 30, the plant do not thrive, it only survive. And the macfarlanei is simillar to ramispina, even a lil highter, but its not a ultra-highland. At these altitudes, the night is more than 10C colder.

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