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keep a temperatures between 10c-15c higher would be ok but a bit uncomfortable for the plant but lower would make the plant go into dormancy. nepenthes dont have a dormancy period as most are from indonesia. my highland tanks go down to 8C at night but the humidity stays high so they have trap prod...
- Wed Dec 11, 2013 7:25 pm
- Forum: Wildlife and the Natural World (Public)
- Topic: A very rare carnivorous plant.
- Replies: 9
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i know this thread is a little old but i only just found it . the waterwheel does very well in britain and is a native (or was). it grows on 5 continents and is very adaptable. the only problem i find with cultivation is algae kills it
i grow a few highland nepenthes in my terrariums but ive heard some species are tough enough to plant in baskets outside in summer. does anyone do this? and if so which species? thanks
- Wed Dec 04, 2013 7:36 pm
- Forum: New Members Introduce yourself here ;-) (public)
- Topic: Hello from sunny suffolk
- Replies: 6
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i have a few plants in a polytunnel at the moment but i cant plant anything over about a foot tall outside because the wind destroys it! That or the rabbits/deer eat it like they did most of my carnivore collection! But the good news is that im moving in the new year to a house that has a nice sized...