It's super duper hot here in Florida right now and I keep my plants in the window sill. We got a cat a few months ago and she likes to get up there and try to eat the plants so we keep the shade down to where she can't get up there. Well anyways, had been remembering to water them pretty often but this past week I guess I forgot and i went to water them today and man they were dried out! The super big pitcher plant looked horrible. Alot of the pitchers were kinda crinkley and the tops were all folded up. There was a new pitcher growing which as of right now is like.. 2-3 inches taller than any of the tallest ones before. My adalae was really dried out too. Anyways I drenched them with water.
This ever happen to anyone on here and did your plants live? I realize it's hard to tell HOW dry they actually got but it was pretty bad. I assume as long as cytorrhysis didn't occur in the cells the things should live. Any way to tell if it's beyond repair? Really sucks, just once lapse in remembering to water and years worth of plant destroyed. The pitcher plant is really getting huge.