So that mini bog, do you just leave it outside year-round? Do you apart from watering in summer, do you give protection for them in winter, or you put them somewhere or cover them?
Yes, that planter stays outside all year round. I think it's been going 4 or 5 years. There is no need to give them winter protection here, we actually have warmer winters than the wild plants in North Carolina. We usually we don't get sub freezing temps. My latitude is actually the exact same latitude (N 34 degrees) as the Wilmington, NC area where Flytraps are native, so my plants have the exact same yearly photoperiod as the wild ones. Strangely enough, if you look at the latitude of Albany, Western Australia where Cephalotus is native to, they are exactly 34 degrees south of the equator. Same photoperiod as the wild Flytraps in N.C. and me. Strange coincidence.