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    I just transferred my pitcher plants and other CP's outside as the weather is changing and my plants are starting to show signs of growth. My pitcher plant is starting the grow young stalks and I am concernd that the winds will blow the stalks off. Should I be concerned?

    Also, and tips on care would be appreciated.
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    Not to worry!
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    I seem to remember JBL giving me a few pitcher plants, two years ago, and I inherited a small, plastic trellis type thing that kept the S. flava more stable. I also had my plants up against the side of the house and that helps to keep things a little less windy.

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    How about excess rain? We're in the middle of a thunderstorm right now. Just don't want my CP's to drown
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    Can you move them under a bush or tree?

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    I can bring them inside...is excess rain a problem?
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    hmmm.... i never noticed the storm yet, but then again im in the basement. anyway, dont worry about them, they will be fine. heck, mine were outside durring that hail storm we got a couple weeks ago, only thing it did was beat up the venus flytrap. What city you located at? im over in washington. Also for some reason my plants started growing about mid march, had them outside since the first of april

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    I'm in Detroit Metro.....The sunny weather has been nice (60-75) But we've been having some occasional rain at night. I brought them inside just in case.
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