I have some seedlings, had some for awhile but one has now made a super mini pitcher. Woohoo! I got a cross between S. minor 'okefenokeensis giant' x '?' before the car accident, so, at least part of my old collection lives on through seed.
I didn't get too high of a germination rate considering the seed was in a dark corner, under some stuff for eight months, but, I stratified nonetheless and am surprised I got anything at all! They're doing good. I take a water bottle and very lightly trickle water into the soil. Sometimes some perlite carries down but doesn't squish the little seedlings. My mom broke my water misters by using them on her hair [-_-] so, I have to do with this. It's working well. I just watered two seconds before the picture, hence the mucky conditions. It's also a tad blurry too, sorry!
Any tips? =D. They'll probably go dormant this December or whatever, the windowsill gets 35-60 F [the former is brief and the plants don't develop frost, only the windowsill] and light levels go down. They'll be fine, it's how God inten'd it! .