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By Jihui
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Joined:  Thu Mar 30, 2017 2:11 am
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I am looking for highland or intermediate Nepenthes that can tolerate low humidity.

Btw, I am new to Nepenthes, but have kept Cephalotus in the past.
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By nimbulan
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How low is your humidity? I don't think there are actually all that many species that are especially picky about humidity, though desert-like humidity can certainly be a problem.
By Jihui
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#289552
New to the forum and don't see new messages :(
In my apartment, winter humidity is always 0%, spring is 20-40%.

I recently obtained a Miranda, two lower leaves turned crispy brown, top two leaves have just produced pitchers. Looking for other varieties, seeds are too, will start an outdoor garden as soon as i move.
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By nimbulan
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0% humidity is something I definitely do not have any experience with. I've found that humidity around 30% will cause an increase in lid deformations, but all my plants will produce pitchers just fine there. Lower than that, I can't provide any advice.
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