How sad - there were about a dozen left. Most were Sarracenia purpureas, but there were also a couple Drosera and Nepenthes left. I think they'd been there for weeks, since a lot of them were dried up and dead or dying. I'm assuming this was from lack of water. I picked up the best looking purpurea, but now don't know what to do with it! I put a "dome" over it (glass) that I found in a closet and watered it thoroughly this morning with distilled water, as I noticied it was approaching total dryness. Now what? Do I also put it on a pebble tray, or would this be too much humidity? I have set it up so the bottom of the dome lets some air in. Is this right? Its very dry here - 15-20% humidity is normal. I have it in a bright spot, but no direct sunlight. Any tips would really be appreciated!