I'm new of this forum, and I hope to open a discussion not yet done, if it was already done, are there some news?
The starting question is:
can a Nepenthes as rajah, burbidgeae or others, considered difficult, live and pitcher with a right balanced of humidity, light, shade and other variables out in garden in temperate regions (from spring to autumn)?
Is there someone that tried?
Out of discussion are for example: khasiana, ventricosa , alata, truncata...etc