I have a question: What can I grow outside in my climate? Where I am, I have mild winters (lows at 30º F/-1º C) with light frost and very hot and dry (emphasis on DRY) summers, with temperatures occasionally up to 110º F/43º C. I already have my Sarracenias outside, and they seem to be doing fine. However, even in spring, Drosera and Pinguicula (namely D. filiformis, D. binata binata, and P. primuliflora) did not take well to the already-rather-warm conditions. For those of you wondering, I lost my D. filiformis, but managed to save the other two. So, what can I grow outside?
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