I'm curious as to whether any Nepenthe species could survive in a room which in summer could get into the low 90s and not drop below the mid/upper 70s, and in winter normally runs daytime highs in the upper 60s with nighttime lows in the mid 50s, but could drop below 50? Humidity is never a problem here in the summer, but even winter shouldn't be a problem as there are several hundred gal of moving water in the room. Light is 100% natural in terms of photoperiod, and that's the way it stays. You should have heard my wife when I disconnected the light switch in the room I let her do laundry in! I can supplement intensity, but can't have stray light during dark periods messing with getting my fish ready to breed. So................?