I see people sharing their methods for growing Genlisea in another thread, so I thought I would chip in. I have never had any problem growing them, except for the fact that I find it necessary to transplant them if I want growth to continue. I believe this is similar to Utrics where its good to renew the medium they are in. Mine are in a mix of peat, milled sphag, perlite. I dont think medium is that important. Good lighting, high humidity, wet medium during the wet season (summer), slightly dryer during the dry season (winter). That's about it. It is important to realize that some of them can be very slow growers. For me, these are G.aurea and especially (did I say ESPECIALLY) uncinata. This is the most stubborn CP I have ever grown. Otherwise, I find the others (violacea, sp giant vio, sp.Ita beauty, "filiformis" (later reIDed as pallida), repens and hispidula) very easy and pretty fast growing.
I'd love to trade for other Genliseas if anyone's got some extras.