This is the only Sarracenia in my collection, and it managed to survive the winter, despite being frozen twice.
The first freeze happened last fall when I forgot to bring her in at night, and the -7°c night time low, left the top soil frozen and almost all of the water in the tray frozen solid.
The second freeze occurred in the root cellar when outside lows plummeted down to -37°c, with the root cellar dropping to -3°c...discovered that after three days of the cold weather and that time all of the water in the tray, about an inch or so, was completely frozen solid.
Read up on this cultivar after those accidental freezes and read that she was able to tolerate light frosts, so was hoping that she'd survive these two frosty encounters.
About a week after she was removed from her winter slumber, 'Judith Hindle' was repotted into a larger pot, and her old dead growth was pruned away.
Only the old green growth was left behind, to help promote this year's new growth.
The new growth is pushing up new pitchers and a couple of flowers so far.
Decided to allow the flowers to flower, and will update again when they open.
Olde CP nuts never die - they just recommit themselves...
Pick a longish strand of grass and stand that in the pitcher, it saves many trips to and from the pitcher to save them, which inevitably you wont do, but it does mean almost everything else gets away too.