A little while ago I asked questions about germinating Sarracenia seeds that I had in the fridge for 3 months before attempting to sow. I received a variety of opinions as to what went wrong or how to do redo stratification. I have another idea.
What say I take the existing seeds and their media and put it in a tall, plastic container, filled way past the media level, with the seeds floating. This would be kept outside and in a limited sense, possibly mimic Sarracenia seeds landing in the water and taking their sweet time to germinate.
Assuming they do eventually germinate, the water level sinks to that of the media and the seedlings work their way into it. I just tried that with recently received Darlingtonia seedlings and they nestled themselves into the media.