Anybody here like CP? I have our native pitcher plant, Sarracenia purpurea along with S. leucophylla and what is most likely a S. purpurea X S. leucophylla hybrid out of the greenhouse where I've purchased my plants. The owner supplies most of the Venus Fly Traps to garden centers in North Jersey, at least those that are sold in 2" square plastic pots. Not the ones sold in Lowe's or Home Depot. They are not his. I also have one of our native Sundews, Drosera intermedia. And the obligatory Venus Fly Traps. All of my CP are kept in trays of very pure water/rainwater (less than 50 ppm Total Dissolved Solids-TDS) outdoors in full sun from early spring to late fall. I store my pitcher plants in an unheated detached garage over winter. The VFT are depotted and roots and leaves/traps are cut off. The bulb is stored in moist sphagnum peat moss in a plastic bag in the refrigerator. No prolonged freezing, just 32-35F. Plants get repotted in early-mid spring and are brought outdoors. I do bring them in if a deep frost is forecast. I let them see the first frosts of the fall to kill off their traps. I think I will bring the Sundews indoors to work this winter. I have a western facing window at work I use for my non winter hardy cacti and some aquarium swamp plants, Cryptocoryne species, growing in covered jars in mud. They have bloomed for me once or twice. The photo here is of my VFT from last summer in September. Mine for this year look the same, just have not taken a recent photo. This is what the VFT bulbs look like just before being put in sphagnum moss for winter storage.