It might just be me, but I appear to not be able to grow Cephalotus very well. I've killed them twice before, one from over-watering and the other from lack of light.
I got a new Cephalotus in October and placed it outside in my mini-greenhouse on the patio, and it was in suspended animation for the past two months. However, over the past week, the temperature has been really low (50s F), and it's been raining alot over the past few days. Because my greenhouse is in my patio, the plants only receive a misting from the outside rain. However, it looks like it was too wet for the Cephalotus and what little green leaves were left on the plant have quickly browned away. There's only two green leaves left on the plant.
What should I do? I'm thinking about just giving up on growing Cephalotus. And if so, would it be wise for me to get a Heliamphora to replace the Cephalotus?