I am working with a science teacher at a school trying to create a carnivorous plant garden for kids. *We are going to call it "The Little Shop Of Horrors". We feel this is a project that the children will get excited about as well as one that can be passed on to the children entering Junior High next year. *The teacher as well as the janitor have volunteered to care for the CPs over the summer when school is closed. * I would like to know which species of CPs would be most hardy in SE Wisconsin. *I think in the best interests of the children, only species that can be overwintered outside with mulch would be best. *We have permission from the school to create a 200 gallon bog that will be 14" deep. *We will fill this with sand, sphagnum, white pine needles, and rain water and the site should get at least 8 hours of sun a day and quite possible as much as 10-12 hours based on the angle if inclination at that time of year. *Any suggestions to help the kids would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.