So I've been growing some carnivores in a terrarium for some time now, and they look pretty great (in my eyes at least; they're pitiful compared to some of the beautiful plants I've seen on here!) I found I really have a thing for Sarracenias, and I would like to grow some more, but I want to to grow them outdoors. However, I think my region has a few problems for this. Could you offer an opinion?
1) Heat: Generally, it stays around 80-90 degrees F around here, but when summer hits, we get heat waves that last weeks and end up putting us well over the hundreds. I don't think my pitchers would be able to survive that. But I don't know. Any advice?
2) Humidity: I know everyone says not to worry about humidity as much I do, but it's bone dry around here; It's quite literally a desert. I mean, I often check the humidity to see it is 0% on the hottest days. Would a well moistened potting medium and a tray of sphagnum around the pot be enough? I don't know, and that's why I'm here.
I would really appreciate any tips.