I been wanting to try lowland neps for a bit now, but I want to make sure my conditions aren't to cool. I plan to keep them outside during the summer and grow them in a terrarium during the winter. My winter temps are 60-64 degrees at night and 68-72 degrees during the day. Is that to cool? I'm almost certain that is too cold, but I thought I should mention it anyways. In the past, I tried to use a heat mat, but it didn't seem to be heating my 20 gallon terrarium. Does anyone have any suggestions for heat mats that have worked well or have any heat mat alternatives? If I should try heat mats again, where do I place it on the terrarium? The side? The bottom? Inside or outside the terrarium? Should I set the plants on the heat mat? I do have some grow light that I think give off some heat, but I'm not sure. Sorry for asking a million question and any advice is appreciated!!
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