I am new to CPs and also new to this discussion forum. I live in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, so maybe I shouldn't be here in "foreign carnivorous plant resources." However, the other forums are geared more toward cultivating CPs in temperate climates. I feel closer to the comments in this forum -- particularly those of Singaporeans -- because they tend to be more applicable to Honolulu's tropical climate. .
I wonder if anyone has had any success at growing Sarracenia in a tropical climate without the use of artificial cooling. I understand that, generally speaking, Sarracenia will not grow well in a climate that is warm throughout the year because they need a cool dormancy period. However, I'm hoping that there's a hybrid or two out there that might defy the odds. Thanks for any suggestions that anyone may have.