I can recommend it. Although it lost some of its leaves with the lesser light of autumn and the move back indoors, it is still a good looking plant. Late in summer the old pitchers withered and many new ones formed. Basic care is to keep it watered with rainwater which was easy to do in my area this past summer. Every time it rains, I collect rainwater for indoor plants. Storage is no problem. I have several extra large glass containers that are displayed in the plant area. No need to fertilize. It feeds itself. It needs about four feet of vertical space, however.
Here’s a special treat.