My method: Place sarracenia seed in vial of distilled/reverse osmosis/or rainwater.
Place in cold section of refrigerator.
Ignore seed for six weeks to allow stratification.
Place seed on soil (peat moss) surface.
Soil should be in drained container and placed in water tray. DO NOT water seeded container but, water should be poured into the tray the seeds growing pot is in, not onto the seeds themselves.
Place under grow lights on a heated seed growing pad set at 80 degrees.
Keep growlights on constantly.
Keep water level high.
DO NOT use a greenhouse lid as this cuts air circulation, and seeds can/will be destroyed in place by fungus.
Anywhere from 10 days to 8 weeks, seed will sprout during this time frame.
If you use the natural method as shown by Scotty, expect no real results for at least 2 years.
By the "forced" method, seedlings will be 6 to 8 inches first year, sometimes as tall as 12".
By the end of the second growing season, seedlings will be 12" to 16 ", and can possibly flower at three years old, but more likely 4 years old.
After a second year under lights, seedlings will absolutely have to have dormancy if you expect them to survive like the parent plants.
NEVER LET THE SOIL GO COMPLETELY DRY!!
Stand back and enjoy your plants.