I haven't posted on this topic in a LONG time. I just have a question concerning something I want to get back into.
I used to own TONS of carnivorous plants, as some know. I used to have a Nepenthes, a Sarracenia, a Venus Fly Trap, and a Sundew. They all died years ago due to dormancy problems and/or humidity problems. I want to get back into it for two reasons. First reason is that we have an insect problem at my house. Second reason, its fun!
My question is this, Is there a Nepenthes that tolerates low humidity? I am just curious. I know the requirements for the other plants.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.