I had just recenty purchased a butterwort (sorry I don't know the species because it wasn't labeled, but I think it is primuliflora) from a local Lowe's, (probably not the best choice, cause they were kept inside in a cool dark place.) It was in one of those cupped pots (the kind with the little pot and clear plastic top). Anywho, it was 87 degrees when I brought it home so I thought I would place it on the porch in the shade of one of my other plants (where it owuld be a little cooler.) And that I could move it to a sunnier spot later. I gave it a tray to hold water (with holes punched in the side to keep the level at around 1/2".) and filled the tray with bottled distilled water. It rained that afternoon and most of the next morning, and I moved it to a sunnier spot since it was overcast and grey the second day. When I checked on it later that day the leaves had curled and the tips had turned brown and dry. However in the cernter there was one tiny bright green leaf. I figured this to be new growth.
Did I burn the leaves for them to turn brown and dry like that? Since it was sitting in the pot (which had holes on the bottom) in a tray of distilled (and now rain) water I thought it wouldn't be a moisture problem. Or is it just sickly from being at Lowe's and just recovering?