So my Gold Strike is still alive.
This is honestly somewhat of a shock, as it was the smallest plant placed outside with my other VFTs, and not brought in anywhere near soon enough. It's spent the last 2 and a half Months in a small fridge in my bedroom closet, doing the dormancy thing.
I recently opened my fridge and looked at my plants. Outside of a pretty bad mold problem (need to work on that), my Gold Strike... actually has some white/purple.
All of it's leaves are black and more or less gone, but it's rhizome is still healthy.
Herein lies the rub. I can't replace it, at least not easily. So I really need to try and figure out how, in 1-2 months, to bring it out of dormancy safely. I would presume that I would want to wait until the nights hover above freezing and then just repot them outside, but is there a better way? I want to maximize the chance of all my plants surviving -- but especially this plant.
Other plans would be to put it in a domed pot in the windowsill (I have a few cuttings and whatnot growing in there, I also have a lot of LFS growing in there) until it's well and truly spring, or just put it in with the rest of my tropical drosera in the windowsill.