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By animalisterra
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The bathroom window is facing south. There is a tall eucalyptus tree in front of it which diffuses the light at certain times of the day. People use the shower in the morning and at night. I currently have a N. Ventricosa, N. Spathulata x gymnaphora, and N. Talagensis x gladifunera. They are all small plants with no bigger than 9 inches from leaf to leaf. Will one of these work on the window? What other species might do well there? Also keep in mind that I am a beginner, so no very sensitive plants. :D
By Bhart90
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By Huntsmanshorn
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animalisterra wrote:The bathroom window is facing south. There is a tall eucalyptus tree in front of it which diffuses the light at certain times of the day. People use the shower in the morning and at night. I currently have a N. Ventricosa, N. Spathulata x gymnaphora, and N. Talagensis x gladifunera. They are all small plants with no bigger than 9 inches from leaf to leaf. Will one of these work on the window? What other species might do well there? Also keep in mind that I am a beginner, so no very sensitive plants. :D
The ventricosa definitely and the Talagensis x gladifunera gets a maybe. Other Nepenthes that might do well are any of the intermediate Neps or crosses that lead to intermediates.
By Kenneth
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Assuming they get good light and the temperature inside never drops to let’s say 60 degrees Fahrenheit any hybrid with a intermediate or highland parent plant should do nicely in there because of the humidity.
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By optique
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I have a small collection of easy growers trying to find what works best for me. So far Nepenthes maxima wavy BE-3543 seems to be the strongest pitcher grower inside my dry home in the winter. I keep it in a West window, seems to be more light than it needs notice the tan.

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