I know N. Sanguinea is a highlander, but is it possible to grow it in lowland conditions?
I live in Singapore, which has an equatorial climate. Diurnal temperatures are around 30-33C, while night temperatures are about 27C. Humidity is in the higher levels, around 80-90%.
I could probably drop the night temperature to 22C by bringing the plant into my air-conditioned room, but the problem is that humidity will plummet to very low levels.
So is it possible, or is my sanguinea doomed? [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/confused.gif[/img]