conditions are varied depending on original
habitat of species; the best way to learn how
to grow them is by studying their natural habitat.
species grows in warm temperatures between 25°C
to 35°C whereas Highland species grows in
cool temperatures between 10°C to 25°C.
Highland species can be grown in lowland daytime
conditions but they require a cold and humid
nighttime, which can be easily created by putting
them in a tank with air-conditioning.
species when young cannot be exposed to direct
sunlight; hence they should be kept in bright
places or under some shade. As the plants mature,
you can increase the level of light they receive.
nepenthes species would prefer high humidity
level of 60% to 100%. They can be kept in a
green house or in parts of your garden where
it is humid and moist. The whole plant including
the leaves should be fully drenched when watering
them. You can also water less if the environment
is humid and use a potting media that retains
to the nature of the species, potting media
with little or no nutrient should be used. Peat,
perlite, river sand, sphagnum moss and coco
peat are some of the potting media that one
can use to grow their nepenthes. You can create
your own special mixture of different composition
of potting media depending on your growing conditions.
A recommended mixture would be to use 50% peat
with 50% perlite; this will create a media that
retains more water and well-draining at the