I'm wondering what's going on with one of my Pitchers. I got it from Phil at Meadowview late last summer along with another and a few assorted other plants. It's called "Red Flame". Anyway all of my others are in varying stages of development. The "Lemon" I got along with it is in full bloom with pitchers almost as tall as the flower stalks getting ready to open, one of my purps has its first open pitcher as well as a flower. I also have a deathbox leucophylla bought a few months earlier which is just staring to put up tiny pitchers. Then there's the "Red Flame". Nothing. Zip. Looks the same as it did in March when I trimmed off last season's growth. The upper half of the rhizome is exposed, and there are two apparently healthy growing points forking out. The rhizome is hard as a rock. Plants were outside all winter in above grade half barrels in zone 6B. A VFT in one of the same barrels is going like gangbusters, as is the small division I teased off of it a month ago. Is it possible that this Pitcher just a REALLY late riser, or is it more likely I have a problem? TIA!