Yes I know this question is premature, but it is driving me nuts thinking about it after looking at my own plants and from pics. When Sarrs go into dormancy and pitchers dry out, how far should they be trimmed down? I cannot find anything that even suggests an answer, but it seems that there are no two people that trim them back to the same length or same place on the pitcher.
Thanks for looking and any help would be appreciated.
I cut ALL my pitchers off before putting them in the fridge for the winter.
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