Well I still have the same pitcher plant as I did a few months ago, here is my first topic:
Sorry for making this long.
Here is a picture of it from 5 months ago (I can't believe it has grown so much!!!):
Well now that winter is coming up, what do I need to do to protect it? Should I bring it in, let it stay outside? I live in North Carolina, and they obviously survive the winter here, but I advice on if I should keep this one outside. A few of the pitchers have became hardish/crunchy and rotted I think...pictures:
Red arrow points to rotted pitchers. White arrows point to the green grass which is mentioned in my first topic. Teal arrows point to something white that I never noticed until I took these pictures. After taking another look, there does appear to be white fungus or something...should I do something about that? Is it time to replant this or give it new moss? I've not done anything at all during the past five months to this plant. Rain water has been its only source. Here is a copy of the same picture without arrows: http://img253.imageshack.us/img253/2...oarrowspe3.jpg
http://img249.imageshack.us/img249/7425/dsc00635ij3.jpg (Rotten pitcher on left hand side.)
There are about 5 mini (really small) pitchers in the middle that don't seem to appear in the pictures.