I am starting this thread to be able to hear about stories of people who are growing highland nepenthes in "inadequate" conditions such as high temperatures, low humidity, etc. I am looking to acquire a nepenthes villosa and the following to threads were the ones that inspired this thread:
N. rajah & N. villosa grew like Sarracenias... - Nepenthes - Carnivorous Plants UK
my little Villosa - Nepenthes - Carnivorous Plants UK
In both cases n. villosa was grown in high temperatures when villosa is an ultrahighland plant.
Right now I am growing a nepenthes glabrata as an intermediate/lowlander and it's doing very well, putting leaf after leaf and pitchering with every one. It's been this way for about three months, so it might not be sustainable in the long term, but who knows.
Post your plants grown in "inadequate" conditions with as many pictures as you can!