After much consideration and planning, I've decided to move my bog outdoors. Only two years ago the devistating sun destroyed all too much inside my greenhouse. So today I've started building on top of the backyard BBQ grill area. We never use it anyway. This way its higher up so my sister's dogs won't run through my drosera again (true story) and the shade cloth will keep things out, like little squrrels, which are so cute but annoying as hell. The top will be covered with polyfilm and the sides shade cloth. The "open-ess" of the structure will keep the sun on the plants for full color and growth but keep excess heat out (squirrels too). I'm planning a temperate setting with sarrs, vft's, drosera, and others I'll get later. Hardy tropicals are ok but I'll just have to mist often. I should have this done within the next few days.
Quick question though: humidity isn't really a big deal right now since the plants can handle some low humidity but I keep getting the feeling its still too cold. San Jose CA weather right now is around 65F days with great sun but only 48F nights. Maybe a bit too chilly to go out yet?