I've a bunch of Sars growing outdoors on the pot/tray system with circulating water. They get intense noon to afternoon sun each day. All my S. alatas, S. flavas, S. purps, and S. "judith hindles" have been growing pitchers since April. However, both of my leucos and rubra rhizomes are still putting out needle-thin pitchers that resemble phyllodia. It's already late June here in Houston, TX. Does anyone know if they can still be dormant and what I can do to get them to wake up? Higher humidity? Thanks.