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Nepenthes are very sensitive to air humidity. Even the “modern hybrids” created for living room conditions prefer humidity in the upper range (60 - 70%), for older types even higher is necessary. The first symptom of too-dry air (and often the only one in modern breeds) is failure to grow new pitchers. We found a very trivial solution, but it needs ...


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Interesting question. A quick google search for "plants", "hybridization" "different families" turned up this ancient reference (see image below) from the 1887 Yearbook of the United States Department of Agriculture. Three families are listed: Amaryllis, Gloxinia and Figwort. You could try searching for "interfamilial ...


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Carnivorous plants specifically? I don't know. As to plants generally--I've never heard of a cross between plants of the same order but different families, but it's possible at least one might exist. Crosses between plants of different genera of the same family are fairly common by comparison, but they're still rare: e.g. goji and tomato. They might not be ...


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