A rubbermaid container, with peat moss. Let's see how it goes!
BTW, I'm in zone 5B, near Montreal, Qc, Canada...
Thanks Blokeman for pretty much making the entire thing. :P
PICS from April 23, 2010
Flava var. cuprea that did very poorly last year, showing some promise with this new pitcher
xCatesbaei, Keehns clone in the front, Carl Mazur's in the back (darker pitchers)
Now for my all-time faves, S. purpurea varieties.
subsp. venosa, Hampstead NC
subsp. purpurea, Prince George, BC with flava var. atropurpurea flower
subsp. venosa var. montana
last in the sarr set but certainly not least, subsp purpurea f. heterophylla! (thanks Syble!)
now for a couple temperate dews, it's so cool to watch them break free of the hybernacula
group, with some D. anglica at the very top, I kinda forgot they were there too so they're not in the photo...
clockwise, from 12:00: rotundifolia from Magog, QC? , rotund from Keehns, filiformis var. tracyi, intermedia, filiformis var. filiformis, rotundifolia St Sauveur, QC , and in the middle a somewhat half-dead rotund from HB.
intermedias breaking free!
filiformis var. filiformis starting to grow as well...
rotunds with a glimpse of D. anglica
filiformis var. tracyi appears to be opening as well...
and just for fun, some seedlings:
purp heterophylla and a rubra/oreophila, forgot ID...
half of my stash of of purp seedlings
the most promising of my 20-25 or so seedgrown Dionaea, it retained all its traps during winter, and it's colored up nicely.
and that should be it.
I cannot wait to compare summer and autumn pics against these, last year the pitchers on the atropurpurea, leuco tarnok, dana's delight, and flava var ornata were pretty sweet
thanks for looking!