Where to Grow: Indoors, but outdoors may be possible during the summer.
Light: The more light that is given, the redder the pitchers. Light can range from full sun (outdoors in the summer months, or very bright light indoors) to part shade.
Water: Use distilled/rainwater/reverse osmosis water ONLY. That means NO TAP WATER. Place the pot in a tray, and fill the tray with about half an inch to an inch of water. Allow the water to completely evaporate before adding more.
Soil: Use a mix of one part sphagnum peat moss to two parts coarse (#12 silica sand or similar) sand. If sand cannot be found, perlite can also be substituted. Make sure all soil ingredients are free of fertilizers and added minerals.
Containers: Plastic pots are best.
Feeding: Small insects like ants, fruit flies, or dried bloodworms can be placed inside the pitchers.
Fertilizing: As a general rule, avoid using any fertilizer on these pitcher plants.
Humidity: Usually not a concern.