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    The easy and hard to grow plants means whether or not it will forgive your mistakes. Or it's ability to adapt to YOUR environment. Hard plants will refuse to forgive or adapt to your environment. Easy plants will forgive time and time again and adapt as well.

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    thanx for the site i added it to my favorites list. well i know i said 7 seedlings, but i was just excited!! You're scaring me about N. jacquelineae. OMG is it that bad!!
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    What I don't want to see, is a person want to by a plant for its looks and not consider what it needs to live and thrive to continue to provide you with those looks you so desire. It is an expensive and new Nepenthes, don't get overexcited about it if you have no idea how to cool it at night.

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    well i do know how to cool it at night time and trust me im not buying it for the looks. I really do believe I can take care of it, as long as it's night time temp. doesn't go below 40 degrees.
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    What are your cooling techniques and what temperature can yu achieve employing it?

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    i knew you were gonna ask me that and I have no answer to give you b/c it's more of like there are several places in my house that have an extremely high humidity and plus I live in New Orleans and Jackson, MS so the humidity is very high and the lighting is very bright. but I am gonna do more research on the plants and see if there is anything I need to do besides giving it high humidity which I do in the bathroom b/c the lights in my bathroom are very bright. My mom insists on having bright lights!! My stepdad can help me with the cooling stuff but our house gets pretty cold at night time it some places it dips to 40 degrees in a certain room b/c the fans are on 24/7. but I'm going to wait to buy that one like I said because I want to make sure I want this plant. I'm not gonna buy something and let it die!! so I will buy some of the plants you suggested.
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    Quote[/b] (elgecko @ Mar. 27 2004,9:49)]I grow a N. x Ventrata and N. khasiana x ventricosa. I find both very easy plants. I grow them in a south facing window. Once they adjusted to the low humidity of the house they started to pitcher.
    I would love to try a N. hamata, but I do not want to spend the money for this plant and can not find anyone to trade with.
    N. khasiana x ventricosa isn`t that called N. x mastersiana?
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    I believe N. x 'Masteriana' is N. khasiana x N. sanguinea.
    I would be surprised if you can provide those kind of cool temps naturally in Mississippi. I live in Nebraksa, and I can't do it in my basement. The reason may be that I use 10 gallon tanks and the air movement is too poor.


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