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    You can grow every intermediate that way...
    and about species :sanguinea, ramispina(not sure), maybe pilosa, fallax,albomarginata and the list goes on.
    you can determine the conditions the plant needs by the altitude it grows, highland, lowland and intermediate.

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    N. sanguinea
    N. khasiana
    N. ventricosa
    N. sibuyanensis
    N. burbidgeae
    N. spectabilis
    N. spathulata
    and lots more..
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    Ok thank you very much!! you have been great [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]
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    TyFone, my house is very close to your temps, i have a highland form of N. veitchii and N. bongso thriving. alot of species labeled as "highlands" such as N. bongso actually arent found all that high up and a drop at night down to 60-65 is fine. stay away from ultra highlands, decide on a species or two that really appeals to you(i like large flairing peristromes) and give them a shot. quite a few species and a large number of hybrids will do fine in your temps.
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    ok rattler but i was looking for Hilghland spiecis that survives a night temp at 20-21 C
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    Well, N. bongso and highland N. veitchii are two. Plus Tony's list.

    N. hirsuta
    N. diatas
    N. macrophylla
    N. mikei
    N. glabrata
    N. singalana

    ... are some more.

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    Will N.diatas and N.macrophylla make it Diatas is a true highlander......so is macrophylla
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    Now i think your just overdoing it :P after all i have read I find it very hard to believe that so mny species will make that...But of course you are 5 people to says so...But one more question...does anyone exept rattler grow this plants like this? and if not how can you be sure that they will survive?
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