Well, I do believe I fouled up my first attempt at giving my plants a winter dormancy. I put two VFT's into the fridge in baggies, and my small sarracenia and another VFT into a cupboard in my cold garage. I figured that would emulate being a fridge, because the garage is cold, and it would be as dark as a fridge in there. One of the fridge VFTs and the other cupboard VFT succumbed to mold I guess, and the rhizome was mush.
Part of where I screwed up was the fact that I cut off all growth on the sarrs before stuffing them in the cupboard, because I thought it was all pretty much dead, and I wanted to avoid mold. When I got them out and potted them up last night, there was no green on any of them, but the rhizomes seemed hard and woody, so I guess they could still be alive. The roots were also woody-textured.
I put them in pots, and right now I'm hoping for the best. Is there a possibility that they could grow back from the rhizome?