I am primarily a lowland grower, but I've been looking into plants to adapt to my windowsill. I was thinking about a truncata, but I think I want to make my last plant-related investment before college to be in a plant that sparked my interest in CPs: N. hamata. There are two places I think I could grow this plant (to be purchased from AW), my windowsill or my basement. Any combination would work, though this is a plant I would love to display as it grows up.
Day temps: 75-85F, occasionally to 90F
Night temps: 70-75F
Light: Direct for 2-3 hours, then bright to partial indirect for a total of 15 hours.
Day temps: 75F
Night temps: 55-60F
Light: Direct for 3-4 hours, indirect for a total of 12 hours.
The RH is typically in the 30-50% range, higher at night, and I assume higher with wet media and evaporating water around the plant.
My basement is consistent with conditions, year round:
Day: 70F, though under the sundews lights it averages to about 80F.
Light: Artificially provided
I've seen that people have adapted hamatas to windowsills before. Do these conditions seem plausible? I recognize they are not ideal, and I rarely make big investments for single plants, but I think hamata is certainly worth having. I also understand it will be difficult to harden off a plant purchased directly from AW, and am considering this risk.