The Sarracenia's would probably do quite well as that is very close to the area that they grow natively, though they do like wet roots so it would be a good idea to keep them damp and not treat them like Cati as that will not do them any good at all.
If you have a wet area they'll be quite happy.
Things like Nepenthes and VFT's are another matter completely, however having said that I remember a nepenthes that I had years ago with a Grow Bell over it and when I eventually saw it again it would have made a Cactus look proud with it's potting mix which was bone dry and pulling away from the sides of the pot. When I applied water the potting mix and plant floated and the peat moss didn't soak up any water for quite a long time.
While it was getting treated so well it tripled in size and put on 3 lovely pitchers which was unbelievable for a slow growing nepenthes that would normally only grow that much in a year to 18 months.
I say treat them rough and they'll grow and the rougher you treat them the better that they grow. But of course things like Crows like getting into the different pitchers and eating the contents which doesn't do the plant or it's insect catching abilities any good at all.
Yesterday I was going to take a photo of one of the Nepenthes Pitchers and as I was standing there I saw an ant fall into the pitcher. First time I've ever seen one actually fall in but I've only been growing these things for about 30 years now and don't spend a lot of time actually looking. The only reason I was there on that occasion was because I'm taking a series of photos for a guy printing a book of Nepenthes Pitchers from when they first start to develop till they are full open, the same for Nepenthes Flower Spikes from when they first appear till they are fully open. 1 Picture a day from the beginning till the end and each taken at roughly the same time every day so lately I'm giving them a bit more attention than normal.
I've even been making some of them look like show plants by removing the dead foliage and that doesn't happen often with me growing them.
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