I thought I was going to receive some dormant rhizomes with no pitchers, but I guess these aren't dormant...
I made sure the medium was just moist, not wet, when I potted them. I put maybe a few tablespoons of distilled water right around the rhizome. These are in drained pots that dry out pretty quick for my neps, but I planted these in straight sphag, so they won't dry as fast.
I put some live sphag on the pots because I had to rip up my sphag cultures to get enough medium to pot them in (can't get to Lowes or HD for a few weeks) and there was too much live sphag left over so I used it to put around the plants.
I'm thinking I will keep the sphag moist for about a month or month and a half until it grows some new little heads on it and then I'll let the medium and sphag dry out a bit, keeping it slightly moist, just enough to keep everything alive.
These are in my highland greenhouse with my Nepenthes. It never goes below 50F at night and during the winter days it is about 60-70F in the GH. It will be cloudy for the next few weeks, so the humidity should be about 85-90% the entire day unless the heater kicks on.
So are these dormant? When will they go dormant? Do they lose their pitchers and leaves when they go dormant? Can I grow sphag on top during the winter as long as I don't keep it too moist? I'll put enough on just so it doesn't completely dry out.