I have had a Cephalotus for a year or so now, and it is finally getting some purple color to the pitchers. Last summer the pitchers stayed green the whole time.
Perhaps this is because the plant is a year older–not really sure. I’ll post some pictures as soon as I have a chance.
With the exception of one Dionaea (as mentioned here), all the plants that I put in the minibog appear to be doing well now. Several of the Dionaea died back significantly due to transplant shock, but are now sending up new growth.
All the Drosera capensis appear to be very happy. All are blooming and sending up dew-covered leaves. However, all of them appear to be sending out shorter leaves than they did prior to the transplant.
I have a Sarracenia rubra that I am thinking about adding to the bog, but I worry that the S. rubra along with my S. x ‘Dixie Lace’ might crowd out the other plants in my bog.