I did not know that... SWEET!!
Hello, I must be going...
It could have been Borytis or Fusarium, fungi that commonly cause rhizome rot in Sarracenia. S. oreophila tend to like slightly drier conditions than most other Sarracenia. Algae could suggest too much moisture or abundance of nutrients. Or perhaps it wasn't prepared for dormancy or the change of conditions were too much for it. It could have been anything.
Originally Posted by D_muscipula
Upper: S. oreophila typically develop pitcher growth before flowers, but as always with living organisms many of the rules are not hard and fast.
should I take an inch of water out of its tray.. I live in western oregon and we get plenty of rain here I could drill a hole alittle bit lower in the water tray and that would become the new water level.
Originally Posted by Not a Number
it has a pitcher developing too.