Hiked the Shorepine Bog trail, in Pacific Rim National Park, near Tofino, BC. Researched it a little last night and found an article saying someone scattered a bunch of Darlingtonia seeds in there around 10 years ago. Well, here's what I found this morning:
That's the only speciman I found. Supposedly there were several at one point, but they apparently are not thriving. This very well could be the last one left. There were a lot of sundews growing in there as well. I only saw rotundifolia, but I think anglica is supposed to be in there too.