So it seems like some species can make the transition from outdoors to indoors but others cannot?
I am interested in getting quite a few pygmies (Lake Badgerup, nitidula x pulchella, palacea, roseana, and scorpiodes) but being in a climate where year round growing is impossible I would too have to bring them inside eventually.
Would it be better to grow outside and then move inside or just keep them inside under strong growlights year round so the transition doesn't induce dormancy?
Knowing that dormancy is not recommended eases my worries about providing the pygmies with a suitable climate each season. I assume this just means the tray needs to constantly stay wet?