Alright last year most of my sarracenia didnt do to well over dormancy. I think the problem was that i had my sarrs in one of those 4 tier greenhouses and it was in the sun. the problem was is the temp inside on a cold winter day like say 30 deggrees it would be 70 inside the greenhouse. but at night it would bomb drob down to like 24 the temp of an average outside night tempature for philadelphia. What is basically happening is the pots thaw and freeze every day which i think was too much for them. another thing was fungi was at them when it got warm in there during the day. So basically this year im not doing that they are better out in the open protected by a wooden frame or something or a cover of pine needles or straw or just a plastic cover that wasnt clear and didnt heat up underneath. Ok well mostly what i have thats temperate are some drosera intermedia , filiformis ssp fill, anglica, which these are very hardy so i shouldnt need to worry about them ill just mulch them a bit. Now my purpurea and my s. catesbei shouldnt be a problem with the cold. i have a rubra , oreophila, flava, judith hindle and a purpurea x oreo) flava, and i have a leucophylla in which i know they arnt hardy much at all and its better off like in my basement window in which isnt warm but isnt cold. so if you could help me out allitle i have a cold frame that i could use.