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    What are the chances?

    i snapped my oreophila division from the rhizome when i tried to take off the leafhopper. it came off like nothing it has 1 root that's almost an inch long what are the chance of survival? some of the tiny pitcher are turning brown now. will it have more chance indoor in artificial light or outdoor?
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    I have had Sarrs grow from a rhizome division with no roots attached. You should be ok.


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    I'd keep it in the same conditions but make sure that it gets plenty of water. If it's extremely hot out, you may consider positioning it such that it is shaded by other plants. Or if it's really very dry outside, you always could try moving it inside... But I wouldn't bother.

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    this one, pitcher's only 1 inch tall, none has opened. there's 6 pitcher on it, 3 is brown, 1 straight root pointing down
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