If you find Darlingtonia and highland species a challenge to grow in Florida then D. linearis will be doubly so.
Tuberous seed requires a great deal of patience and it may take up to 3 years to germinate. D peltata has a reputation for being the easiest to grow of the tuberous species - much more forgiving on moisture while in the tuber stage. Most need to be bone dry but a few need some moisture.
Josh - you're at a good latitude to grow D. linearis. You could probably leave them outdoors year round.