I've amassed a few Sarracenia and plan on getting more, but, there is one thing that torments me
I am quite good when it comes to maintaining specific water levels. I guess I'm just lucky there. I plan to keep them outside in my z5 climate until it gets TOO cold, then I plan to put them on an open windowsill or the attic during winter, or, at the very least, the refrigerator.
Is there anything else towards it? I don't want to dedicate money and plants to Sarras and then have them most or all be dead! I've heard some real horror stories with Dionaea dying during dormancy (not any about Sarras I can remember though), but, even so, I do have quite a few Dionaea as well!
I started buying RIGHT as dormancy should have been coming to an end in February, (I started in the beginning - middle of January). So, I haven't encountered any dormancy yet (I DID get a Darlingtonia, several Dionaea and one or two Sarras that were in dormancy, and just sat there for awhile but soon emerged)