I have acquired a few different varieties of Carnivorous plants in the last year (Venus fly traps, Pitcher plants, butterworts and dutch man's pipe) which I have made into an indoor bog garden. They have been sitting in my lean too conservatory since - looking incredibly healthy and loving the warmth of Summer. They have been sitting in a 1/2" of rainwater in a big tray.
My question is: What do I do with them through Autumn and Winter?
• Do I stop topping up the water?
• Do I move them into Darkness
• Or do I leave them to do their thing?
We live in the countryside in the North of England so temperatures will drop below zero - even indoors.
Many thanks in advance for any replies