I honestly don't know. Provided it doesn't need some kind of highland drop off it would probably do pretty good out here. I grow the petiolaris complex outside in direct sun. If I keep them inside they seem to go dormant. For them, they seem to do better the hotter it is.
My climate is great for things like seed germination, rooting cuttings and humidity for things like lowland Nepenthes provided I have the right shade on them. I'm actually about to build a structure for them. Currently I have a few outside my patio in the shade just outside but it appears that even that is too much light. My friend has good success with a 50% shade cloth that he fitted over an amazon bought pop up greenhouse. I might try something like that as well when I have enough of them. Only have 4 Nepenthes that I'd trust outside right now. He says he can grow highland stuff outside as well but at best it would probably just fumble along.
That's cool though because you could probably grow things like Darlingtonia much easier if you wanted to. I know what you mean though. I'm hardening off trees to keep them outside to make room for my plants. Run out of space before long loll. Need another grow rack