I have a truncata that i have as a windowsill plants as well as my two maximas that i have in the same pot one with upper pitchers and the other with lower pitchers.
my truncata is taking up so much space since its about 22"+ in diameter and i was thinking about growing it as a highlander outside my place under a shadecloth, along with my sanguinea and my copelandii, which get full sun. i forgot too that i put my sibuyanensis outside too under a shade cloth too.
the the truncata, sibu, and the two maximas will first be placed under a shadecloth to get sull direct afternoon sun to allow them to adjust for about a week or so. then the first one to move to full sun will be the maximas then the truncata then after the sibu.
for the sibu, i dont think i will have a problem with adjusting to full sun after about a month or so becauce for me, highlanders adjust better to outside conditions than lowlanders do. i hope this works but if anything i will take them back inside if there is really bad signs of stress!
My goal from this is to get a bigger, colorful pitchers and leaves, and a tougher plant overall!