Seems like all features that would be desired by a tropical plant grower are covered. The major issue as other have noted is size. The largest option 20" x 12" x 19" should be the smallest option available.
I would offer two sizes and really create a nice presentation for those two sizes. Some...
Trying to still keep this thread up-to-date:
Nepenthes aristo flower cross
Nepenthes lowii BE
N. izum x trus flower
Nepenthes rajah - kinabalu 01
Nepenthes rajah - kinabalu 02
Nepenthes x trusmadiensis
N. izum x trus
Nepenthes hamata removed pitcher for cutting
Want to keep this thread up-to-date, so I am posting older photos that were not posted here.
A couple edwardsiana
Nepenthes ovata - seed grown 01
Nepenthes ovata - seed grown 02...
To drop temperature further you should consider using an A/C unit. You can get a window unit in the 8000 BTU range for less then $100 . If you run the output of the A/C into your chamber/terrarium, you can get drops into the low 50s pretty easily. You can have it on a timer for night time.
Nepenthes hamata is easy to grow in general and much easier in comparison to RHH. Yes, RHH does better as an 'ultra-highlander' for temperature so you are looking at day temps 65-75° and nights 45-55° which can be difficult to maintain year-around. RHH is also much slower than n. hamata and very...
@theplantman Thank you for the compliment
@Tanukimo Yes I really only grow species. This is my primary focus. I do have a few natural occurring hybrids and some must-have horticultural hybrids, but not many.
@whim... yes, the endless pursuit.
@mass... Thanks for the kinds words. Yes I am growing in my parents basement for the past 2 years. It works really nice keeping the temps at bay.
@ellisonk Thank you.
@mato... Burb has grown on me almost as slow as it grows itself. It is such a great...
Forgot to update this thread. Posted some pictures if anyone is interested.
2 Nepenthes hamata red hairies.
Close up of the pitchers.
nepenthes aristolochioides w. seed basal.
Nepenthes lowii x veitchii EP
My largest of 5 Nepenthes attenboroughii w. seed, still small
Leaves on the lowii possible ephippiata, don't look like either of those plants. Depending on where you got it; it could just be a commercial hybrid. It is always hard to tell at that age.