HELP!!!! MONKEY CUP NOT LOOKING GOOD!!!!

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Re: HELP!!!! MONKEY CUP NOT LOOKING GOOD!!!!

by ally_ » Sat Sep 09, 2017 10:36 am

????????? 15 degrees max temp?????????

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Re: HELP!!!! MONKEY CUP NOT LOOKING GOOD!!!!

by hollyhock » Sat Sep 09, 2017 2:49 pm

Nepenthes are tropical plants...That temperature is to cold for your plant to be happy. :cry:
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Re: HELP!!!! MONKEY CUP NOT LOOKING GOOD!!!!

by ally_ » Sat Sep 09, 2017 3:20 pm

Should I keep it inside instead?? :(

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Re: HELP!!!! MONKEY CUP NOT LOOKING GOOD!!!!

by Benurmanii » Sat Sep 09, 2017 5:55 pm

Smooter80 wrote:I'm not sure why everyone is skipping over the whole 15C max temp issue.


Because I overlooked that :P

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Re: HELP!!!! MONKEY CUP NOT LOOKING GOOD!!!!

by Sakaaaaa » Sun Sep 10, 2017 1:11 am

ally_ wrote:Should I keep it inside instead?? :(

Depends. What are your temps inside?

If your place is really cold then try Highland neps...
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Re: HELP!!!! MONKEY CUP NOT LOOKING GOOD!!!!

by ally_ » Sun Sep 10, 2017 1:59 am

I live in Australia, so winters are apparently too cold, but summers can be really hot, might keep it in a well lit area inside, and spray it too keep up humidity?

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Re: HELP!!!! MONKEY CUP NOT LOOKING GOOD!!!!

by Sakaaaaa » Sun Sep 10, 2017 2:32 am

ally_ wrote:I live in Australia, so winters are apparently too cold, but summers can be really hot, might keep it in a well lit area inside, and spray it too keep up humidity?

As long as the temperature and conditions are good it should go back to normal...

Try growing australian CPs like Cephalotus, pygmy sundews, and tuberous sundews, but it depends in what part of Australia you live in.

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Re: HELP!!!! MONKEY CUP NOT LOOKING GOOD!!!!

by ally_ » Sun Sep 10, 2017 2:59 am

Thank you for your help! I have repotted it in 1:1 sphagnum and pertile and have put it in a light sunny spot inside where it is warmer. I must have stressed it out soo much by changing it all the time, so hopefully it will be happy now.

Yeah I saw them growing like weeds when I was in Borneo, beautiful plants!

Thanks everyone :)
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