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    I currently grow my N. Sanguniea in a highland condition.

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    Interesting question Joe. Which is a good thing for everyone to think about. When you post I grow it as a ____
    Give specifics. What are your average high and low temperatures. How much light does the plant get etc.

    This kind of information adds tremendously to the value of the reply.

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    I have N. sanguinea, Genting Highlands which I obtained last October and I grow it as a highlander, it's been quite cold this winter (min temp 8C) in my conservatory, but it seems happy and is growing and pitchering nicely now that there is more light and warmth about.

    This species has a reputation for being able to tolerate intermediate conditions as well, so it will probably be OK in with lowlanders too.

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    Another interesting thing is that, yes most books including the wonderful "Savage Garden" agree that N. sanguinea is a highlander, but unfortunately, the plants can't read, lol.

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    Regards,

    Joe

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    My N. sanguinea growing condtions:

    Temp: 70-90F
    Humidity: 70-100%
    Light: 14 hours.
    Water: When sphagnum on top of soil shows signs that it needs water. About every 4 days.

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    Mine is growing well, but very slowly. Night temps are low 60s and day temps are low 90s.

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