I live in tropical area (SEA specifically Indonesia) and I have a very small Nepenthes globosa it's been raining heavily 4-8 hours everyday and probably will be for the rest of the year, is it ok to keep them outside or will it be too soggy and they will get root rot? should I put them outside when its sunny and inside at night when its raining? Or is it fine just leaving them be?
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