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Thread: S.Purpurea is freaking out :(

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    Anyway, its put out this many pitchers since...
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    This doesn't look good.

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    If these are new growth points, how do I separate them?
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    Don't separate them. Leave them be; and if you really must, do it next spring before the plants awake from dormancy.
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    Okay, thanks.
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    It looks fine, I concur with the others who have mentioned environmental causes. If I get some time I'll shoot pics of the pitchers I have from the early season, our weird weather produced some really goofy growth.

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    That's normal, it's just making new growth points. Leave them attached, as a dense clump of pitchers is an awesome sight.

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    Plus with purpurea, the new points will stay close to each other, and are not easily separated. And yes, a massive clump is a sight to behold, especially when it gets a couple hundred pitchers!
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