Most of the information on Darlingtonia says that they need cool water running over their roots. Maybe they don't need cool water so much as a good supply of oxygen to their roots. Cool water has higher oxygen content that room temperature water. Has anyone ever tried growing Darlingtonia with an air bubbler in the pot? Has anyone tried growing any CP with an air bubbler in the pot? I have read that several people don't keep their plant's roots cool and the plant grows well. I have also read that people say if you get the soil mixture right, keeping the roots cool isn't that big of an issue.
My question on Sarracenia seedlings is, if the seedlings are grown for 2 years with the lights on 24/7 and no dormancy, when they are finally put through dormancy (ie, a modified cooling system to get the temperature low enough), could the lights still be left on 24/7? I know that sometimes, changes in photoperiod can cause plants to enter dormancy. And can older Sarracenia plants be grown with lights on 24/7?