I recently obtained a Nepenthes spathulata x ovata and have seen many opinions of growing nepenthes in general indoors. Some people say that they do very well indoors and adapt to the lower humidity and can also adapt to little to no nighttime temp drop. Is this true? My house is almost always a constant 70-75F with around 50-60 percent humidity. It would be awesome if i could grow my nepenthes indoors successfully but i really don't want to harm it at all. I live in the Northwest so i think growing my plant outside wouldn't be the best because nighttime can often get to cold. At the moment I have a small greenhouse with no temperature moderators and I move it out there sometimes and bring it in to the house into one of our colder rooms at night. What do you guys do when and if you grow you highlanders indoors? do you actually let the the temperature go down or do you usually have a small room that you do it in etc? Any help will be appreciated and i apologize if this subject about no temp. drop has been covered before.