So, I've got the itch to experiment again, but this time it's with some rather fragile subjects. I've noticed that my Heliamphora heterodoxa and Cephalotus are both a little dissatisfied with the conditions I've been providing them recently, so I was considering blasting them with sunlight out on my porch this summer. I get full sun from mid-morning onward, but there are shady spots I can use to keep the pots from warming up too much.
Altogether from what I've read and what I already know it seems like it could work pretty well. My one concern is that it's still getting close to 40F at night in my little microclimate. Does anybody around the Puget Sound area grow their tropical pitchers outdoors in the summer? Tips? Experiences? I'm looking at you, Kris and Scott.