Megs, on 23 October 2011 - 08:19 AM, said:
Leave rotundifolia seedlings outside. I do this in Denmark with down to - 23C.
To the author of this topic: The advice appears contradictory. D. rotundifolia & Sarracenias are temperate plants and in nature, nobody is bringing them inside. In nature, some won't survive the winter, but most will.... and there's tons of survivors, relative to the few that won't. With our hobbied plants, there is less room for failure. Hence the consevrative, seemingly coddling approach. Basically, it's a small gamble and Megs is a very experienced hobbiest, with sound advice. So it's your choice.