Nepenthes danseri is a lowlander that I really don't know much about. I also haven't found that much information about this species in books or on websites. I primarily bought this species to try out as a windowsill plant. The plant did suffer minor transplant shock at first and took some time to adjust to windowsill conditions. Lately it has adjusted and is doing well. In my limited experience with this species I consider it a moderate grower that appears capable of being grown as a windowsill specimen with some patience. At this point, I would suggest growing this species as a true lowlander in more humid conditions other than a windowsill if you only have one plant.
Cultivation: moderate grower as a windowsill plant;
may show initial stress to lower humidity environments like windowsills
or when transplanting. Probably easy in typical lowland conditions.
Market availability: size 2 and size 3; somewhat uncommon
Species variability: none that I'm aware of
$ / size: moderate; $25.00 and up
Cuttings: none available for trade