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    Thanks

    I just leave them out and water them when they need it. Temps/humidity? Look up weather for San Diego haha.

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    It's true...

    San Diego is almost a haven for highland Nepenthes growing! With just a little more annual rainfall you could even naturalize them. I wonder if some of the dry season tolerant indochinese Nepenthes could even be grown as yard plants with very little maintenance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thez_yo View Post
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    I just leave them out and water them when they need it. Temps/humidity? Look up weather for San Diego haha.
    Man I wish I could say the same. In Los Angeles County, my Nepenthes don't pitcher outside and I've lost a few Drosera after I forgot to water them after a heat wave.

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    Wow!!!!

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    Much of the coastal areas of California provide good highland conditions for Carnivorous Plants.
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    Amazing plants Thez. OMG...ur villosa is soooo cute. lol! Not to mention the aristo and other neps. They have definitely grown a lot from what I remember a few years ago when u started. Great job.

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    Luv the field of lazy anthers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not a Number View Post
    Much of the coastal areas of California provide good highland conditions for Carnivorous Plants.
    I live on the coast in CA, just north of SF. The daytime temps right now have been in the 40s-60s. If I wanted to place mine outside to collect some bugs would I have to wait until summer or when the daytime temps up here get above the 70s?

    I know they can tolerate low nighttime temps..

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