Hi guys! I live in the pacific northwest, so it is possible for me to grow them outdoors all year. Occasionally, when it gets super cold, I put my plants in my garage. Also, I only grow my adult plants outside. My baby and young plants I keep indoors in winter. When my plants grow up, I leave them outside.
For me my temperates (sarracenia and flytraps) they are just growing outside on my south-west facing deck. Right now they get about 5 hours of direct sun with lots of indirect. But the direct sun is sure to increase since we're so early into the growing season. The are water every 3 days with collected rain water and have water trays about 1/2 inch to an 1 inch of water. For my tropicals (nepenthes, drosera, pinguicula) they are in my west facing window that gets around 4 hours of direct sun with a lot of bright indirect. They get watered every 2-3 days and dont have water trays.
New Bedford,Ma. i grow mine indoors with natural sunlight. At night i put them in a east facing window for morning light. Then around 2-3 pm i move them to a west facing window,also i i use pure spagnum moss and all are growing awsome,distilled water 2-3 days or needed most the time water tray method or capfulls over the top to keep the moss growing i use big deep plastic pots with spill tray underneth making sure it always a little water in it.(one pot has 3 red dragons put cat messed with two,another pot one home depot cheapo lol another pot has two small B52 another one i bought from ebay some sort of cross breed he called it JCP#4 Ive had for about one month and has had 10 traps emerge growing nice)