Let me describe where I live just a tiny bit... I live in SW Indiana, on the Ohio river. I live in a modest apartment with my husband. We have a postage-stamp patio, but it is very shady and doesn't get any sun (same with windows, they all face west). I grow my CPs indoors under grow lights (so far so good).
Wintertime temps are mild (to me, I'm a northern girl), we only get snow one year in 3, give or take. Temps bob near freezing, but just barely. Although winters are soggy and wet, the air gets VERY dry. Surprisingly dry. Run humidifiers in the house to prevent nosebleed dry.
It's too shady for me to grow CPs outside with any success, but do you think I could winter over my VFTs and Sarracenia on the patio? Don't they still need light during dormancy? How would I need to wrap them up to protect them from the dryness of the air?
This is the first year I've grown plants requiring dormancy, and I'm sure my husband wouldn't appreciate me stuffing our little fridge with pots of non-edibles. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img] Trying to think ahead, so I'm ready when the season comes.