Upon getting interested in taller Sarracenia species, I purchased some beautiful S. flava, leucophylla, etc. in the early spring. *I did some research, and I was under the assumption that 4 hours of direct outdoor sunlight would be enough light for proper growth. *I was wrong. *There is no part of my property that receives more light than this, and pitchers over the last three months have been thin and weak as compared to existing pitchers. *Would I be able to store the rhizomes of these plants long term (approx. 1-2 years) until I am able to give them the proper outdoor conditions? *Artificial lighting with these tall guys is very difficult. *My concern is that they will exhaust themselves due growing with inadequate light intensity. *I was thinking cutting off the pitchers, dusting the rhizomes with a fungicide, and placing them in plastic bags with damp sphagnum. *Is this possible?...and should I wait until fall should I be able to do this? *Any replies would be greatly appreciated as I would hate to lose these plants. *Thank you so much.