# Drilling holes in Freezers and/or refrigerators?

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Ok, as some of you know already, I grow carnivorous plants. One particular group I'm very keen on are the tropical pitcher plants, and I've had some success recently with lowland species, who are used to constantly warm temperatures. However, many of the most spectacular (and gigantic, by which I mean "can eat rodents and possibly small monkeys") species are from tropical mountains, where the temperature drops into the 60's and even 50's at night, accompanied by 100% humidity. Of course, because I lack anything resembling a sense of when to stop, I want these, and thus I need a terrarium for them.

Mokele

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Nepenthes. Some of species can have pitchers that hold 4 L of fluid and are 20" tall.

I've considered other weird plants' date=' but I seem to have a blood-red thumb: I can only raise carnivores. Everything else dies, even pothos...[/quote']

Found pix online...very cool. I may have to try my hand at them, but it looks like I just got infected by the orchid-lover's disease.

So far amorphs seem pretty easy to me. Pups are pretty cheap, if you run across one give it a try, who knows?

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