The two that came to mind for me too were Sarracenia and Pinguicula. Especially when he described indoor growing with dormancy. Either of those two would be good choices for lower maintenance plants. Pinguiculas are great in how the majority of them are quite small and can fit into a 3 inch pot or smaller. They're relatively flexible with water levels and a lot of them actually change their leaves to look like an entirely different plant in the winter. They're the first plant that I got after a venus fly trap. I've been propagating them like crazy lol. Cool plants. Excellent for taking out gnats too. I have a Moranensis that literally doubled its size within the last month going to town on some gnats in my germination tray
It's kind of scary how fast it grew tbh...
Anyway, of those two, pinguicula would be my choice because you wouldn't need to shift lights or habits to accomodate a larger plant. I'd also say Judith Hindle. I've collected a few Sarrs but JH was my first and still my favorite.
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