These are D. 'Othello' x ? seedlings I started Feb 2007. Since August they've hardly grown at all. The are not large enough to trap flightless fruit flies. One of the seedlings turned completely red. The other seedlings in the pot seem to be free of red traces.
The seedlings are in a 4 inch unglazed terracotta pot. They are planted in a 50/50 mix of perlite and long fiber sphagnum moss. I recently put a few strands of live Sphagnum moss as a top dressing but that hasn't established itself yet.
They are growing on my west facing balcony that only gets afternoon sun.
I live about 1 mile from the ocean in the Los Angeles area so evenings and early mornings tend to cool and humid.
I top water the plants in the morning and late afternoon with water at room temperature. The pots do not stand in water.
How they will fare in the long run is unknown since the population the seeds were collected from are used to snow bound winter in the Sierras.
Sadly it appears that all of these have died. They were doing great until last winter. There was still a trace of green at the growing points on a couple of the plants as of a month ago but checking them closely today all the plants have turned completely brown.
Perhaps the winters were not cold enough for them. Perhaps I cut down the water too much during winter or the roots got too warm on a few of the unseasonable hot days we've had. All of my other Darlingtonia appear to be fine though.
RIP Othello. I'll dig around and see if I have any photos from last summer.