I have recently finished building my greenhouse (sort of - it will never REALLY be finished because I'll be continually mucking with things I'm sure). My focus for the greenhouse is to grow intermediate to highland Nepenthes but I have a fondness for Sarracenia as well.
For those of you that grow intermediate to highland Nepenthes AND Sarracenia - particualarly in a greenhouse setting - I'd be interested to hear how you overwinter your Sarracenia. Do you just put them in a colder part of the greenhouse or do you do something altogether different with them for the winter? Any practical experience would be appreciated. I'm growing in the USA in Colorado which is a very temperate climate, low humidity, temps will occasionaly dip to as low as -20f in the winter though typically more like lows of 20f in the the winter. Daytime highs in the winter can be anywhere up to 70f.