Today, my mom decided to re-pot her precious plants that aren't doing good (she has a black thumb so she forces me to take care of them and I don't like 'normal' plants so I ignore them often), and I noticed she put my N. rafflesiana, N. ventricosa and another Nep outside in an 8 inch pot. I didn't think I could take care of them so I gave up and tossed them in a shadier spot on the deck and left them alone with the occasional watering, I looked at them today and found that they are pitchering in Wisconsin's brutal climate to them. Wow, that was unexpected! I also took one of my 20 Stylidium offshoots, pulled it out of the pot and re-planted it elsewhere to see if it would survive, if it would I plan to trade them or something lol.