I have a huge collection of Sarracenia. Many are endangered, many are rare, many are from Meadowview Biological Research Station and expensive to buy. Two things have happened in my collection:
1) They keep reproducing, so I have run out of space
2) I am moving from the Midwest to Arizona and am concerned that they won't do well in The Valley of the Sun.
I put my pitcher plants "to sleep" every winter by cutting off the greenery, spraying the rhizomes with fungicide, and putting them in a plastic bag with some of the moist sphagnum moss. I then refrigerate them. I've been doing this for twenty years and the system works well.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED and promise to be "good parents" to my green-kids, you will need to come to northwest Ohio (just outside of Toledo) next Friday or Saturday after Thanksgiving (November 28 and 29). You can pick what you want after we divide the rhizomes (I am keeping a few for myself). I can provide the baggies, moss, and fungicide.
If interested, email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sorry, I don't have time to ship...you've got to bag them up and take them with you.