Well, since I might be making a large bog container this spring, I've been searching options on plants I could put in there. I already have enough Sarracenia, Temperate Drosera, and Dionaea, and I might add some U. subulata in there just for show.
I was wondering, what are some good US warm-temperate Pinguicula that can stand full sun and possible low humidity (on those special days were we get wind from the west instead of humid southeastern air) and not die/burn. I already have the warm-temperate plant P. primuliflora but I know it dislikes high light so I don't think I would be able to add it to the planter (unless if I hide it between the pitcher plants, what do you think of that?). I'd like US-native plants but IDK how many there are. I don't think I could make it wet enough for P. planifolia, but IDK what the other warm-temperates need. What about P. lutea/P. caerula? What about P. macroceras? I know it is a cold-temperate and I wonder if I could make it cool enough for them? What do you think?