Ishaha wrote:I can stick them outside... In the morning what's the preferred humidity? Here it's like 60%, also how does the potting look? I used 50 perlite and 50 LFS
The potting soil looks good. My own homemade mix is similar but I also add vermiculite and orchid bark too. All of it in equal parts. But your mix is good.
I just looked up the particular plant that you have and if I were you, I would just put it in my window. The only problem I see with the plant is the sunburn. Whenever you move the plant, you change all the other conditions as well. Make it simple and focus on the sunburn.
I have a humidity guage in my window and right now it's 35%. I have a N. fusca which is a highland (usually put in terrariums) and it's pitchering there (but not until a year after I got it!). So some species of Nepenthes CAN adapt. So all the advice you probably heard about putting a Nepenthes somewhere and leaving it there is correct. If you moisten the top of the substrate with a spraybottle that also creates a little microclimate for the plant.
Don't worry about whether it's making pitchers or not. Some of my plants only make pitchers in the summer, so even though the humidity is what it is, the thing that makes them pitcher is actually the quality of light they get.
Getting blasted with morning sunlight.
A sign of the plants getting lots of light but not too much is some red on the leaves but no burning.
One cool suggestion I have for filtering your sunlight if it's too harsh would be to do something to simulate the foliage of another plant. You could increase the distance the plant is from the window, use cheesecloth, or make paper cutouts if you like making art.