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Thread: Lady Pauline vs. Exotic Lady

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    Does anyone have experience growing N. x Lady Pauline in non-highland conditions? I think its night time heat tolerance has a lot to do with the maxima clone used in the cross. I have no clue if the maxima used in the cross is a highland or lowland clone.

    My growing conditions are highland for 1/2 of the year and lowland for the other 1/2.
    Winters are 60-65f night 70-75f day
    Summers are low 70's at night and low 80's during the day. Lowland x Highland crosses have done well, although some slow down during the summer. I plan on concentrating on lowlands, but N. x lady pauline, along with N. talangensis x (veitchii highlandxveitchii lowland) and N. gymnamphora are some highlands I want to try.

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    I had my Lady Pauline during part of the residual summer heat, and it put out a pitcher in that time. My temperatures also got higher than what you said yours do, so it should be fine. Now that winter is approaching though, my plant is putting out new tendrils and pitchers more quickly.
    - Daniel

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