[img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/wow.gif[/img] * Quite a mixed bunch. *As George said, you'll need to treat the highlanders differently from the N. amps (eventually). *The N. amps probably won't mind having their roots *in a wet environment, but the others will need to be treated carefully. *We've found that in general you can waive the night-time minimums and grow highlanders in warm lowland conditions for at least several weeks with no ill effect provided they are returned to highland conditions fairly soon. *
Higher temperatures promotes root formation and we sometimes use the technique of plainting out highlanders from sterile culture in the lowlands and keeping them here for a while. Hope that helps.