I recently bought (saved actually...haha) a p. primuliflora and cobra plant from a Lowes death cube. Right now there acclimating to the humidity in my Nepenthes terrarium.
I was just wondering what I should do with the ping when dormancy time comes around. I know it's a warm temperate plant so I think the winters here in the center of NC MIGHT be a bit too cold to keep it outside all year, but I'm not sure. I plan on growing it behind a pillar on my front porch, allowing morning sun, but not direct afternoon sun.
What does everyone that lives in temperate areas do for these plants?
If growing outside just doesn't work out, I'll grow it as a windowsill plant. But how could I trigger dormancy indoors? My garage has no windows, and I don't think the temperatures in my house drop dramatically enough to make any real differance. Will shorter days be enough?
I know the answer to this question might seem obvious to some, but I've never grown a warm temperate, or any butterwort for that matter, before.