Yes there are a few Darlingtonias in there (far left white pot is one). The Darlingtonias did really well and shot up some nice pitchers in the month following dormancy and one even flowered! Some of the pots have Drosera intermedia and D. rotundifolia volunteers - they'll likely come back from seed if the plants themselves don't survive. Last year I lost my D. filiformis traci - it came through the buried dormancy OK, but we had a sudden very cold, very wet period of weather about a week or two after I removed things & it rotted. I brought all the D. binatas, D. capensis, some seedling Sarracenia, a few small VFTs, and the Neps indoors for the winter.