So I've had most of my CPs for about a year now, and besides one unforunate mishap with a P. moranensis, most of my plants are pretty happy - except for my S. minor. They aren't in immediate danger, so far as I can tell, but they aren't growing well.
I have one ordinary minor and one 'Okee Giant' variety; the 'Okee' seems to be taking things the worst. I think it's the cold. They were probably the first of my plants to hit dormancy, and neither were particularly robust in the growing season - the 'Okee' only grew two or three leaves, and it's the larger of the two. The ordinary one grew at a reasonable pace, but hasn't maintained many pitchers.
My first thought is to get a little heater set up near them in my greenhouse. I think the greenhouse (which I just added this winter) will bring the humidity and temps up high enough for a good growing season next year, but I'd like to add the heater anyways to reduce the stress on my plants, as the wind makes my porch relatively cold and dry. Just for reference, I live in Olympia, Washington where the climate is a mixture of ocean and plains weather; mild, humid days, cold, windy nights, lots of rain and occasional freezes in the winter. My plants face west-by-southwest where they receive direct sun from shortly before high noon until sunset; the rest of the daylight is bright shade. I know my light situation isn't totally ideal, but the summers here are cool enough that the plants don't seem to mind having evening light. Any ideas on where I could improve would be great.