I have a number of Sarr hybrid and species that are ~18 months old, grown indoors from seed under 24/7 lighting. Seeing that they'll have their first winter this year, I brought them outside for the remainder of the summer. I was advised to provide them w/ indirect sun for a week or two in order to allow them to adjust, otherwise sun damage to the pitchers was a likelihood. W/ most of the plants I followed this advice and all was fine, however w/ a few I opted to see what full sun would do. Sure enough, most of the test plants were not pleased w/ my little experiment and promptly shriveled, only to toss up new pitchers that were fine. My questions is: what takes place in the plant that allows them to handle full sun?
Appreciate any insight.