It's just as the topic reads.
I've managed to germinate so many different types of seed so far but one CP that has completely thwarted me and you'd think would be one of the easiest to grow from seed has been Sarracenia. I've tried at least 5 times and haven't been able to get any success. I always stratify them in ready-to-go pots of peat, sand, and a little perlite but they alway seem to either get moldy or just never germinate at all. I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong.. but I was wondering if heat is the key to germinating them.. that's just about the only thing that I can think of that I haven't been providing. I mostly just rely on room temperature and so far it has been working well at about 75 degrees underneath the lights but thus far I haven't seen any success.
The S. purpurea seeds I'm currently trying to germinate haven't started yet, though I don't consider it too late since it's only been about 2 weeks. I think I see a bit of mold growing on some of the seeds. x_x
If it's heat I need, I should think that they will germinate when I move them outside into the spring/summer heat, but I'd prefer to germinate them inside so they don't get murdered by rain.