Y hallo thar, this coming spring, I'm hoping to get some Nepenthes to put outside. The Nepenthes that came in mind were N. rafflesiana, N. ampullaria, and N. bicalarata. But since I don't see a reasonably sized rafflesiana, I was thinking of replacing it with another Nepenthes. So, the question is what Nepenthes do you believe will do outdoors in Central Florida year-round? Currently, I only have a N. ventrata outside (and is doing well). During the spring and summer, they'll be shaded by a trees, but will receive sunlight as the sun sets. During late fall and winter, the trees lose their leaves and will expose the Nepenthes to the sun (which is still intense. When I put my N. ventrata outside laster year during later fall/early winter, it got severely sunburned). Due to the sun being south, my house will block most of the setting sun.
A Nepenthes that I think will do well is N. truncata. Thoughts? I can make a diagram if needed.