I've got several sarracenias and a pot of 5 VFT typicals that are starting to die off. I recently moved approximately 10 miles within Colorado. The plants seemed to be doing fine before the move, but since they have started producing smaller and smaller pitchers and traps, and a few have died completely (psittacina, 2 VFTs, and a purp ven. burkeii x flava kimber). They are all outside on the East side of the house, same as before the move. They are in 50/50 peat perlite and have not been repotted. The only change other than the move is the water source. Before I was getting reverse osmosis water from Vitamin Cottage, which seemed to be fine. Now I'm getting supposedly reverse osmosis water from the 39 cents/gallon kiosks in the King Soopers (grocery store). Does anyone know if this water is no good?
Also, it has gotten much hotter since the move, and at first I thought it might be an adjustment period, but that shouldn't have killed the plants, and I thought they would have adjusted by now. I've got several neps outside (ventricosa and sanguinea) that seem to be okay but not flourishing.
Anyone have any thoughts or suggestions?