I was a bit shy about posting these pictures of my most recent attempt to grow outdoor CP's, (all of mine last year froze solid, a good fifteen or so plants just gone!) but this forum seems very open and forgiving to that sort of thing, so, here I go! They are in a window sill box, with a fairly thorough job of plugging the one hole in the bottom for drainage. There is a slight leak, but its nothing too bad. My biggest problem is evaporation, but I catch rain and have bottles of the stuff I use to keep it wet/just a bit soggy. The Sarracenia in the back have been slow on the up-take, but are starting to pull through, and I have hopes for them next year. All my venus-flytraps are rescues, and as a result have been fairly slow growing. Again, I have hopes for next year.
Further in the back is S. purpurea sub. venosa (i believe) and in the front is a S. rosa. In the moss grows D. intermedia and D. rotundifolia. In and around everything are a few blooming and seeding P. lustitanicae.
There are those week Sarracenia i mentioned in the back there- a rubra and alata, and a very thin leucophylla. The first three were trades, the last one of which being a rescue, so, I'm just happy its still alive!
A flava i got in a trade, just getting into a groove, and my rescued VFT, all enjoying freedom. In the back (not sure if you can see it) there is a D. filiformis that was fine but then went dormant in the middle of the summer! Too hot, maybe, who knows. It has sent up a very small plantlet off to one side, so, maybe it will be okay in the end.
Sorry for the long post,